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Letters

The narrative is being controlled

To the editor: To my Friends and Neighbors, Thank you for the amazing town that we have been welcomed into, coming from the Greater Washington DC area in late April of this year. Two months prior to the election I was brought in to meet with a group of people for 2 to 2 1/2 hours every ...

What NPR said, again

To the editor: “What NPR actually said.” That’s the heading of a response to my letter of Aug. 19. The response itself purports to give one NPR headline as it “actually reads,” but my checking is indicating that it does not do so. R.E. Wehrwein New Ulm

COVID-19 vaccine choice and freedom

To the editor: As you weigh the decision whether or not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine for yourself and your family, please consider the impact of your choice. Without the vaccine, your future wellbeing is significantly at risk. The delta variant is extremely contagious and is still as ...

Afghanistan

To the editor: I remember the Vietnam War. Thankfully I never had to serve in Vietnam, but had an uncle and cousin who did. I watched the news coverage and never really understood what we were doing there. I also never understood how the biggest military in the world couldn‘t just drop a ...

Another height of stupidity

To the editor: The biggest height of stupidity in the history of the United States and the United Nations is the way the Biden administration withdrew from Afghanistan! Biggest blunder of any President of the United States. Any president should have enough common sense and enough brains to ...

Freedom of CHOICE for masks in school

To the editor: I understand the local school board has difficult decisions to make, but should they really be difficult? These are our family and friends that WE elected and voted for to be OUR voice. Has the local school board asked the parents what they want regarding masks in school? It ...