Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

Mental Illness Awareness Week is October 5 - 11. That same week, our presidential candidates will hold a "town hall" debate-in which up to a quarter of the audience are likely to have experienced a mental illness. That's because...

To the Editor:

Judge Michael Savre of the First Judicial District faces election this fall. As the Sheriffs for each of the seven counties that compromise the First Judicial District, we hope that you will join us in supporting Judge Savre on...

To the Editor:

I have been meaning to write a letter to The Hub for a week or so about school uniforms. School will be starting in a month, and I really hope that this school year will have less falling-down, too-big-for-you...

To the Editor:

When I read the article in the August 22 Hub about the purchase of Lakeview Homes, I was puzzled and upset. Conversations with many Gaylord residents revealed that they all all shared my reaction. After the initial proposal was...

To the Editor:

I hope that the residents of Gaylord are smarter than what Mr. Dale Roiger thinks they are. At no time did I have a conversation with Mr. Roiger and Mr. Webster together about taping the city council members. They...

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...

Dear Editor,

Twenty-five years ago I moved to this city. I liked it. However, I don't believe there was a period without controversy, (city, schools, or county). Still, the city of Gaylord has made a lot of progress and in my...

To Editor:

Lions Club International will charter a Lions Club in Gaylord. We will be conducting an informational meeting on Saturday, January 23rd at 9:00 a.m. at the Prairie House Restaurant; we hope that you will attend.(coffee and rolls are on...

To the Editor:

When a judicial vacancy occurs, an intensive selection process kicks in to find and appoint a qualified replacement. Judge Mike Savre is up for election this November in your judicial district. He was found to be the most qualified...

Dear Editor:

I'm tired of seeing in the news how urban schools are failing to educate students and their only answer is to ask for more money. The youth of Southern Minnesota should be so lucky as to have more money...