Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: Recently, many people in our country have been heard saying, “I’m scared of what our president is going to do to our country.” Personally, I’m not that scared of what our president is going to do to our country; rather, I’m scared of what we ourselves are going to do to our country....
To the Editor: Some people who predicted the bursting of economic bubbles in the past say we are in for a depression from massive government borrowing and money printing. They say it is inevitable; however, they say that if we end the massive borrowing and printing sooner rather than later, then we...
To the Editor: I want to applaud Senator Bill Weber for introducing a bill at the capitol to fund the Minnesota Good Food Access Program, which was created last year to increase opportunities for Minnesotans to buy healthy and affordable foods in locations that currently lack access to such foods....
To the Editor: My father was graduated from the University of Missouri in 1933 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He became a reporter and editor at the Sioux Falls Argus Leader where he worked until his retirement. He loved his craft and was respected for his work. I was recently looking at...
To the Editor: It is refreshing to see that the Grand Old Party (GOP) is making Minnesota’s First Congressional District a race worthy of backing, with the goal of replacing incumbent Democrat Tim Walz in 2018. In his more than 10 years in Congress, the voters in the First Congressional District...
To the Editor: As someone who has recently lost our mother, we would like to thank the people that worked so hard to get the Minnesota Veterans Home located here in Luverne. Mom was there for almost four years, and what a blessing that was. Luverne is so lucky to have Mary Jane Brown Home and the...
Letter to the Editor: My mother, Doris Engelson Plahn, died in December at the age of 98. Her obituary carried the usual information about her birth, life and death, but were fortunate that Mom had a fantastic memory and shared details from her youth that an obituary can’t convey. She talked about...
To the Editor: Congratulations, Rock County. The Salvation Army had its second-highest giving total this Christmas season at nearly $7,700. This could not have been accomplished without our dedicated volunteer bell ringers. This year, in addition to the many individuals who volunteered their time,...
To the Editor: I recently saw a meme on Facebook that caught my attention. It said, “Stalking is a strong word. I prefer to say intensive research of an individual.” Many of us use the term “stalk” in a variety of jokes. And if we are being honest, who hasn’t used online resources to discreetly...
To the Editor: As we consider our blessings this Christmas season, let's remember the gift of freedom that our current and past military service people have so generously provided. In particular, let's remember our Korean War Veterans. Though others have forgotten, we must remember the price they...

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