Reader chastises Newsleaders for publishing hate-filled letter

Christian GilmanLetter to the Editor0 Comments

Christina Majaski Royalton I find it interesting that you would publish a hate-filled letter by Anna Robinson (Newsleader, March 2) but yet you say “inappropriate comments will be deleted.” I write for numerous online and print publications and am deeply offended to read something this ignorant in a publication where I actually live. You should probably reconsider whether you want

Letter to the editor: Americal Postal Workers Union

Christian GilmanLetter to the Editor0 Comments

The announcement by the U.S. Postal Service that the post offices in Waite Park, Bemidji, Duluth and Mankato are slated for closure would severely impact mail service in Minnesota and be especially harmful to residents and businesses that rely on timely delivery of mail. Also impacted would be the dedicated employees of the four facilities, their families and the local

Reader applauds ‘ticked off housewife’ comments from March 2

Christian GilmanLetter to the Editor0 Comments

Reader applauds ‘angry housewife’ comments from March 2 Frank Klein, Sartell resident I rarely comment on people’s opinions published in ANY paper. However, after reading Anna Robinson’s comment in your March 2, 2012 edition, I felt compelled to not only send a big hat’s off to her but also your paper. I don’t think I’d ever see this opinion published

Reader says Minnesotans should vote Republicans out of office

Janelle Von PinnonLetter to the Editor0 Comments

Kent Nelson, Sartell resident Walt Kelly’s Pogo said it best, “We have met the enemy and he is us.” Minnesota Republicans have adapted this saying as their guiding or standard bearer in governing the state. As Republicans view their fellow Minnesotans they see the following: bad teachers, eliminate seniority; bad workers and bad unions, pass RTW; bad local governments and

Sartell resident says ‘I am one ticked off housewife’

Janelle Von PinnonLetter to the Editor0 Comments

Anna Robinson, Sartell resident “Are we fighting a war on terror or aren’t we? Was it not, started by Islamic people who brought it to our shores on Sept. 11, 2001 and have continually threatened to do so since? Were people from all over the world, not brutally murdered that day, in downtown Manhattan, across the Potomac from the capital