Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor, On July 10th at 7 p.m., the Sibley County Planning and Zoning Commission will consider a new ordinance that will change how much control Sibley County rural residents have over their own land. This ordinance proposes a...

Letter to the Editor

Recently the Sibley East band and choir returned from their trip to Orlando, FL. This is the fourth trip I have attended as the choir director and for the fourth time, I would have to declare the experience a...
Personally I am against the genocide and slavery in Sudan, but do I really have the right to tell that government to end it, since it seems to be helping some people economically? Most of us would be...

Thanks

It has been my pleasure to serve the Lakeview Board and City of Gaylord for the past year and a half as your administrator. Gaylord has grown to take a special place in my heart as one that is...

To the Editor:

In recent letters to the editor published in some county papers it was implied that Tim Siebsen's campaign supporters have been negative. There is a difference between being negative and telling the truth. Sometimes the truth hurts. Some writers also...

Letter to the Editor,

I read in the Gaylord Hub that the City is looking for 12.55% tax levy increase to help pay for the street projects. This confuses me. My property taxes more than doubled to pay for Phase One of the...

To the Editor:

A hundred years ago during the midst of the industrial revolution, long before there were coast to coast trucking companies, the railroads helped to build our great nation. Today, with energy prices at an all-time high and the U.S....

Dear Editor,

I have been impressed by Representative Laura Brod's connections in our communities and her commitments to her constituents. I serve as one of the members on the Arlington Good Samaritan Center Nursing Home Board of Directors and Laura Brod...

Dear Editor,

I am the Senate author of the “Freedom to Breathe Act” which addresses secondhand smoke. Recently, Rep. Steve Sviggum, the former Speaker of the House, wrote a column that distorts the facts surround this issue. This bill is bipartisan....
In 1913 during Christmas break a corrupt Congress & Senate passed legislation known as the Federal Reserve Act and signed by President Wilson. Later near his death he said “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined...