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Letters to the Editor

APS must open eyes, seek truth about masks

The division in this country couldn’t be more evident than what was on display at last Monday’s Alpena School Board meeting. One side claimed the “higher ground” by wearing their masks and stating they’re following the science. The opposing side without masks widely outnumbered the ...

Good sounds at the Reagan Day dinner

On Sept. 17, 2021, at the dinner held by the Presque Isle County Republican Party at the Belknap Township hall, nearly 100 fired-up Republicans shared their comments and concerns over how this country is being mismanaged by the current Biden administration and how best to improve it. The ...

In response to Sept. 11 letter on Texas law

This is in regards to the Sept. 11 letter ‘Silence not an option with new Texas law.’ I am not here to debate abortion, but to simply stand up and say that I am thankful for my daughters-in-law, who are teaching their daughters that there is a choice and it is before conception. My ...

Doug Pugh’s column sorts fact from fiction

Reading Doug Pugh’s columns has become an enjoyable habit each Saturday. I look forward to his common sense, insightful thoughts. But recently, he really hit the nail on the head with his column addressing ordinary fact gathering to reach an ordinary, common sense conclusion regarding the ...

Not all older people disrespect the young

I would like to respond to Alyssa Ochss’ article entitled “Young people deserve respect too” from Sept. 10. It’s sad that you are judging all old people the same after hearing two stupid remarks from two old women. Believe me, not all old people disrespect the young. I have three ...

MidMichigan service is outstanding

Recently I had to spend five days in the hospital. I was located on the third floor and would like to comment on the service I received. Spending time in the hospital isn’t something anyone wants to do, but sometimes it’s necessary. I wanted to commend the staff on the third floor. Dr ...