Letters to the Editor

LTE – Tod Richardson – 9-13-2017

To the Editor: On 28 December 2017 it will be 22 years since I consumed alcohol. On 1 January 2018 it will be 15 years since I smoked marijuana. Those are the best things I have ever done for myself. My mind and body have felt better every day since!

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LTE – Doug Hill – 9-6-2017

To the editor: The all school reunion committee met again Tuesday evening. WOW!!! I think we are ready!! Just a few notes today. The “jam” session Saturday 10:00 til noon at Glenhaven is a go. The alumni band is not because we did not receive enough interest.

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LTE – Bill Drinkman – 8-30-2017

Our U.S. Constitution was designed for the purpose of being a strong restraint on the federal government and to protect the unalienable liberties defined in the Declaration of Independence. These liberties have been under assault since the days of Theodore Roosevelt to the clearly out-of-control federal government of today. 

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LTE – Doug Hill – 8-23-2017

To GCHS Alumni, Our committee got together again on Wednesday evening. Details for “Reunion Weekend” are starting to come together. We have a pile of Welcome signs to put up. You should start to notice the larger ones next week.

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LTE – Jim Laskin – 8-23-2017

“Mental Health and Addiction in Our County” presentation to be held September 14 You may have heard about the opioid crisis in America, but in fact opioids addiction is only part of a far bigger crisis. In our own St. Croix county, the causes of preventable death are as follows: #1 Suicide, #2 Overdose, #3…

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LTE – Merwin Moen – 8-23-2017

I would like to introduce myself as Merwin Moen, teacher and coach at Boyceville 1958-1967. We started the wrestling program at Boyceville. We were one of the only programs in the whole area. The team won 85% of their matches, taking on all comers.

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LTE – Terry Nichols – 8-21-2017

The pursuit of all public higher education is completely an individual choice. This past May started my 15th year of stating that the pursuit of all public higher education is completely an individual choice. The ability of local tech college district boards that are appointed, not elected, to borrow millions with the local property taxpayers…

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LTE – Deanne Sczepanski – 8-16-2017

Is This the Perfect Day? I am appalled to see Three Square Market in River Falls, Wisconsin, offering employees a micro-chip implant in their hands. Supposedly, it is for workers who can’t remember to bring money for vending machines and to use as an optional way of entering the building.

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