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Not everyone’s a fan of hydraulic fracturing

To the Editor With the proposed oil and gas waste injection well 4000 feet from the Chippewa River (Union township), multiple complaints and requests for public input have been voiced.…

It’s a ‘soft smile’ kinda Friday

It’s a ‘soft smile’ kinda Friday

Dear Editor: It’s a “soft smile” kinda Friday…not all death is a disaster…death is sometimes needful to sustain life…the seed must die in order for the plant to have life…there…

9 & 10/Dish Satellite negotiations stalled

Dear Editor: Although negotiations are ongoing, the parties appear to be at a stalemate. We are sorry about the inconvenience it is causing our viewers. Despite what you may have…

We’ve had things taken from cemetery too

Dear Editor: We also had things taken off my mother and father’s grave in Summerfield Cemetery.  My sister called the sheriff department on May 17 when she saw one urn…

Termination unfair – cites harassment, cruelty at job

Dear Editor, I am a Christian who tries to see the good in people. I believe that good things come out of our trials and I believe that things happen…

Widespread Political Corruption

Dear Editor: The TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership) free trade agreement that is so secret that no notes can be taken in the meetings by our elected officials. Even Independent Senator…

New rules – no more growth antibiotics

Dear Editor: Last Tuesday, President Obama directed federal agencies to serve antibiotic-free meat and poultry in government cafeterias. The FDA will require animal producers to obtain authorization from a licensed…

Spreading the word on climate change

Dear Editor: Earlier this month I had the pleasure of attending a Climate Reality Leadership Corps training in Cedar Rapids Iowa. The training was three days long and at the…

Says Mike’s column was ‘right on the money’

Dear Mike Saw your article Friday. Right on the money. Someone in congress who is 90 years old and been there for forty years is ludicrous. The mere act of being…

Praise for FD and DNR

Dear Editor: I will admit I am the first one to gripe about government waste and inefficiency. So let me throw some praise where it is due. Twice in the last month…