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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Tuesday, September 4, 2018 7:30 AM
In her Aug. 24, 2018 letter on climate change in The Lakeland Times, Cheryl Tertinger seems to believe the answer to so-called catastrophic, human-caused (anthropogenic) global warming (CAGW) is reduction of the output of “carbon” into the atmosphere.
  • To the Editor:
    When a waterfront owner on Solberg Lake listed her property for sale, she was told that a portion of the sales agreement would entail the buyer to obtain an easement in order to install a pier on the waterbed adjacent to her property. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:
    Have you ever entertained the question as to what your present political candidates are doing for you? (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:
    In most social circles, even here in the Northern end of Wisconsin, mention of Donald Trump will illicit a fusillade of hatred-laced comments.  (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:
    November’s election for governor and senate are expected to be extremely close. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:
    On Aug. 28, 2018, the Oneida County Economic Development Corporation and the UW Extension announced a joint initiative to provide Oneida County residents an opportunity to learn about the Town Of Lynne mining proposal in an “unbiased and research-based” manner. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:
    Two presidents: The first, Barack the Dreamer, just recently emerged from wherever he has been, to announce that the current good economy in America is because of him. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:
    I wanted to write this letter to our community regarding the opiate epidemic that has been gripping our region for several years now. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:
    You know, regarding John McCain’s passing, it’s really sad that Tran Trong Duyet, the North Vietnamese colonel who was in charge of the “Hanoi Hilton” prison where John McCain was held and tortured for five and one-half years, has expressed more admiration for the courage and character of Senator McCain than has our own illustrious president. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:
    A few weeks ago I received in the mail my new Medicare part A and B ID card.  (subscriber access)
  • In her Aug. 24, 2018 letter on climate change in The Lakeland Times, Cheryl Tertinger seems to believe the answer to so-called catastrophic, human-caused (anthropogenic) global warming (CAGW) is reduction of the output of “carbon” into the atmosphere.
  • To the Editor:
    It’s nice to see the town of Minocqua addressed the misuse of public access next to the Yacht Club.  (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:
    I have a concern, a concern probably not shared with many. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:

    The mainstream media is telling us, daily, that most Americans will vote for Democrats this fall. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:

    It has been reported that three of Trump's Mar-a-Lago members have been making policy and personal decisions in how the V.A. Is run. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:

    In 1963 my freshman Biology class was required to read "Silent Spring" by Rachel Carson. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:

    For some reason, the town board of St. Germain has never been able to figure out a use for the Red Brick School House. (subscriber access0
  • To the Editor:

    Now, I hope, is the beginning of the end, the end of the reign of the Koch brother's puppet, Scott Walker, and his draconian policies. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:

    I wonder at the disconnect between what is happening and what some voters are saying. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:

    Governor Walker has done so much to improve education in Wisconsin. (subscriber access)
  • To the Editor:

    First, thank you to the Minocqua Town Board for allowing public input at the second reading of the proposed addition of 26 town roads to the existing town ordinance allowing residents and visitors to utilize certain town roads for ATV/UTV (ATV) use.
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