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Letters

Have faith in health matters

To the editor: Followers of Jesus Christ mustn’t fear dangers on earth. If we die, we go to Heaven. If God wants us to continue living, then we will survive sickness or the effects of harmful things. Vaccines for COVID-19 have proven to be political, more beneficial than harmful, and people ...

District 88 mask policy

To the editor: Protecting children in school is the most important job of a school district. When a school district is negligent in protecting children, that school district can incur major liability issues. By not following CDC guidelines of masking in school, District 88 is endangering ...

School Board Meeting

To the editor: Last week I attended the ISD 88 school board meeting. It was very interesting and VERY eye opening to say the least. I strongly encourage every ISD 88 taxpayer to attend the Sept. 23 meeting. It‘s a chance for you to hear the board members speak and their stances. Before ...

Treat people as you would want to be treated

To the editor: I am writing this because my mom said she saw a sign that said f--- Biden. That is not ok. You should always remember to treat people the way you want to be treated. If someone had a sign that says f--- you, you wouldn’t want someone to do it to you. So don’t do it to other ...

Aug. 26 School Board meeting

To the editor: I am writing in regards to the conduct of the crowd at the Aug. 26 New Ulm School Boardmeeting. I attended the Thursday School Board meeting and was shocked and saddened by the lack of decorum from the crowd. Multiple members of the crowd interrupted the board chair. The ...

What NPR said, again

To the editor: I am writing in response to R.E. Wehrwein’s latest letter to the editor re: National Public Radio in which he maintained the accuracy of one of his quotes from a previous letter. The quote in question was about a headline after President Biden’s inauguration regarding the ...