Letters to the editor
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Every May, we observe Mental Health  Month to promote awareness and offer resources to encourage everyone to explore opportunities to improve mental well-being. When 1 in 5 US Adults experience … more
Since I am unable to attend the one and only public meeting concerning the Lost Island Wind Project, I am voicing my concerns in written form.  As you know, I oppose any additional wind … more
Age of Confusion As with most questions, there are at least two sides, usually more. Some of our academics tell us even math is a racist social construct, and one of our SCOTUS justices is … more
We got the news last week that Poet Bio refinery signed on with Summit Carbon Solutions on their mission to sequester CO2 from ethanol plants across Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, … more
  I would like the person who sent me the Christmas Card with money last year to know the following: I'd like to say "thank you" from this friend. more
Dear Editor, I pay my EMU bill every month thinking it is for gas, water, sewer and garbage. I found out last Thursday evening how valuable the EMU staff is. My carbon dioxide alarm kept going off. I … more
To the Editor, I thank Diane Weiland for the nice write up to my address on the history of the Normandy Invasion of June 6, 1994. I always look forward to reading the local news as she reports it. … more
Dear Editor, Did you wake up feeling tired even though you had slept and would normally feel rested? Have you found yourself more easily irritated, overwhelmed, trying to find the fun again in your … more
Dear Editor, To be totally transparent, we oppose any further construction of wind turbines in Palo Alto County because we are concerned about the health risks they pose to the population. There are … more
To the Editor, The Annual Meeting of Palo Alto County Council on Aging will be held on Thursday, April 13, 2023 at 12:20p.m. at the Multipurpose Center located at 2008 11th Street in Emmetsburg. We … more
To the Editor: Now that the Iowa House of Representatives has overwhelmingly passed HF565 that would require 90% voluntary easements before the use of eminent domain, it now will be considered … more
To the Editor: I attended the Main Street Community Theatre play, “Fox Fire”. It was a very professional production. We are so fortunate to have this entertainment in Emmetsburg. Thanks … more
Dear Editor, With the bank failures this week I thought it would be a good time to write a letter to the editor on a world in turmoil. There are a lot of reasons to be worried, inflation, crime, … more
In 2022, 19 nursing homes closed in Iowa due to many different factors affecting operations. On Feb. 1, 2023, another four nursing homes went into receivership, and a fifth announced its closure on … more
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