Letters to the Editor

LTE – JoAnn Utphall – 5-5-2021

It has been reported that the White House COVID-19 task force has asked the Centers for Disease Control to conduct a comprehensive study on how many Americans have died since receiving the Covid vaccine and the circumstances that led to their death. According to the “Defender Children’s Health Defense News (DCHDN),” one-third of the Covid…

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LTE – Chris Geiger – 4-28-2021

Letter to the Editor: I am writing in response to letter from Janet Scepurek in April 7th edition. I’m wondering if she realizes that Google search articles doesn’t mean they are truthful. I would (and I’ll bet many would agree) RATHER read your small column as YOU and JoAnn U.’s letters have more truth than…

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LTE – Denny Klass – 4-28-2021

April 23, 2021 I would like to clarify a few items from the April 21, 2021 article concerning the Boyceville Community Ambulance District. During those times the Boyceville Community Ambulance District is unable to fully staff an ambulance according to their state license, Menomonie Fire Department may respond with, or in place of Boyceville to…

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LTE – Rodney Berg – 4-28-2021

One of the newest sports is called Rioting, people are participating in droves it’s so exiting they call in the National Guard to referee it. It’s so much fun to burn down businesses and steal their inventory. Sometimes people are hurt or killed, the excitement is overwhelming. If it gets too exciting it has to…

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LTE – JoAnn Utphall – 4-28-2021

Letter to the Editor: A recent HAND RECOUNT in the Rockingham District 7 NH House Race in Windham, New Hampshire, found that the Dominion-owned voting machines shorted every Republican by roughly 300 votes. On election night, it appeared that Biden had won in Antrim County, Michigan. In December, a HAND RECOUNT in Antrim County conducted…

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LTE – Roger Link – 4-21- 2021

The last 2 young men shot by police,maybe the parents should be held accountable?? If the license on the car in the Daunte Wright would not have been expired he would not have been pulled over. If his parents would have made sure he didn’t miss the court date there would not have been a…

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LTE – Dan Herscher – 4-21-2021

Pricing Carbon Pollution: A popular policy to save lives this Earth Day Celebrating Earth Day is a time to consider how to address the related crises of air pollution and climate disruption. One extremely effective policy option is becoming popular, pricing carbon pollution from fossil fuels. Nationally the U.S. Chamber of Commerce1, the Business Roundtable2,…

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LTE – JoAnn Upthall – 4-21-2021

Letter to the Editor On March 3, H.R.1 or the “For the People Act of 2021” passed in the House by a 220 to 210 vote.  Here is what was in it.  (I guess it is in the Senate’s hands now.)  The Heritage Foundation writes, “H.R.1 would federalize and micromanage the election process administered by…

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LTE – Rodney Berg – 4-14-2021

The dilemma at the southern border is getting so bad ranchers are awakened in the middle of the night by strangers ,property being stolen, gates left open with cattle being released! In smaller towns they are being overrun, scared to go out at night. They are being invaded by the cartel, drugs, including fentenol from…

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LTE – JoAnn Utphall – 4-14-2021

I made a mathematical error in last week’s letter.  After counting the illegals on surveillance cameras passing through Cochise County, AR, the county sheriff estimated than only 28% of the total illegals are getting apprehended by the border patrol and US officials.  Of the 171,000 migrants that BP actually picked up in March, it is…

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