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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Friday, February 8, 2019 7:30 AM
I write this letter today to address some concerns I have with information that could be construed as “misleading” or information that is missing from an article in the Tuesday, Jan. 29 issue of The Lakeland Times, pertaining to the updated SPS 330 rule that governs firefighter safety in the State of Wisconsin.
  • To the Editor:

    Dear Representative Swearingen,

    Thanks for your recent legislative report newsletter. As a representative from this area I’m sure you get back home occasionally and may have noticed the deterioration of the roads. This seems to have been a trend that crept up on us over time and needs to be reversed.
  • To the Editor:

    Believe me when I say I would not be as old as I am without help from above. Too many times when I needed help, I survived. Too many times is not a result of a bunches of coincidences. 
  • To the Editor:

    I was worried that he was so busy that he had forgotten about me.
  • To the Editor:

    In the past weeks there have been several letters to the editor in support of two nonbinding resolutions.
  • To the Editor:

    An article in the NY Times accused Trump Interior officials of promulgating misleading language about climate change: “An official at the Interior Department embarked on a campaign that has inserted misleading language about climate change — including debunked claims that increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is beneficial ...”(Tabuchi, NY Times, March 2, 2020).
  • To the Editor:

    I can think of no better argument to vote yes on the two referendums facing citizens in Vilas and Oneida counties April 7 than Congressional action (recently). 
  • To the Editor:

    Often called the noon siren, Minocqua’s familiar signal has been around since at least the 1930s. In the late 1950s it additionally served as a Civil Defense warning device.
  • To the Editor:

    I would like to reassure the community that the decision to close the Minocqua Public Library was not made lightly. 
  • To the Editor:

    I would like to reassure the community that the decision to close the Minocqua Public Library was not made lightly.
  • To the Editor:

    Just finished reading the Sunshine Week article which reviewed and graded our public officials and how committed they were, to not only the intent, but also the spirit of a transparent government with adherence to the access of public records. 
  • To the Editor:

    I read with great interest the article concerning the turtle that was recently found lying upside down on the ice, because I have experienced that same situation twice in my life, both times in the 1970s. 
  • To the Editor:

    The Republic of Cuba, is disingenuously framed by some as, “fundamentally democratic” and celebrated for providing free education, among other forms of government controlled distribution of goods and services.
  • To the Editor:

    I’m reading about the Z generation and the millennials enjoying their spring break on Miami’s beaches this past week, including my own experience in 1944 when our spring breakers were sent to war.
  • To the Editor:

    The decision to close the Minocqua Library due to coronavirus was not as well thought out as it could have been.
  • To the Editor:

    An open letter to the Minocqua Chamber of Commerce:
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