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The Oct. 23 issue of the Forest Lake Times is the final issue letters regarding the Nov. 4 election are accepted. Clerk issue matters On Nov. 4, Linwood voters will decide whether to appoint or elect their 2016 town clerk. A yes vote will decide to appoint (or hire) a town clerk. A no vote [...]...Read More
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Letters will be accepted for publication in the next available issue after receipt. Send letters to [email protected] Letters should not exceed 250 words and must be signed with the writer’s name, address and telephone number. Deadline is noon on Monday. The newspaper reserves the right to ...Read More
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Letters will be accepted for publication in the next available issue after receipt. Send letters to [email protected] Letters should not exceed 250 words and must be signed with the writer’s name, address and telephone number. Deadline is noon on Monday. The newspaper reserves the right to ...Read More
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Letters will be accepted for publication in the next available issue after receipt. Send letters to [email protected] Letters should not exceed 250 words and must be signed with the writer’s name, address and telephone number. Deadline is noon on Monday. The newspaper reserves the right to ...Read More
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During the election season, letter writers will be held to the following guidelines: No letters regarding campaign issues will be published in the edition immediately prior to Election Day. If letters are submitted for the second to the last edition that require response or rebuttal, a narrow and sp...Read More
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Editor’s note: the following letter refers to images of Stewart Mills that gained media attention in 2013. Mills should mature It seems old fashioned of me, but I do expect those seeking elected office to behave in a way that shows some dignity and to live by the same rules as the rest of us. [......Read More
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Lower the limit Why isn’t anyone doing anything about lowering the speed limit on State Highway 97, what I believe is one of the most dangerous roads in the northern metro? How many people have to die before something gets changed? There was yet another fatality on Sept. 12. There is no reason the...Read More
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