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Letters to the Editor

Another venue to consider

In case of rain on Memorial Day would it be a good idea to hold the program indoors? When the Kingsford Armory was built, we taxpayers were told school programs, community fundraisers and sports to name a few could be held at the armory at no charge. Could the Memorial Day programs be held ...

Questions votes by Bergman

U.S. Rep. Jack Bergman’s back to his old tricks. On May 18, Bergman voted against U.S. House Resolution 1124, which provided for consideration of H.R. 350, Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act; H.R. 7688, Consumer Fuel Price Gouging Prevention Act; and H.R.7790, Infant Formula Supplemental ...

Why we need newspapers

EDITOR: Good day to those who have bought this newspaper. I don’t know why you personally buy and read the newspaper, but I do encourage you to go a step further and encourage your friends and family to do the same. You might maybe pass along your copy for a short time while enticing them ...

An update on the Back Forty mine project

EDITOR: Aquila Resources has transferred their interests in the Back Forty project west of Stephenson to Gold Resource Corporation of Denver, Colo. Those of you who had purchased Aquila stock have already received your transfer letter informing investors of significantly reduced share numbers ...

TRICO again wants to recycle USPS mail that is undeliverable

I am Pete Rossato, and I manage the recycling department at TRICO Opportunities Inc. in Kingsford. The reason for this editorial is that TRICO has been trying to acquire the undeliverable mail from the U.S. Postal Service office facility in Kingsford that is located next door to TRICO. For ...

New smear, same old political game

With the fall of the former Soviet Union, Boris Yeltsin came into power as a liberal but shortly began to move to the right. His new goal was to cover over the Soviet atrocities and stifle dissent. He was aided by a former KGB officer, Vladimir Putin, who contrived to imprison nearly a dozen ...