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Letters

Without social capital, the glue that binds one to another, we see the ugly consequences: an insurrection, mass murder, deaths of despair of young people through opioids, a decay in law and order, increase in racism, failing schools, rotting infrastructure, bankrupt cities and a declining lifespan.
The Minnesota Department of Education and Minnesota legislators need to backtrack and pull ‘species evolution’ out of the K-12 standards and replace it with Intelligent Design Theory. It’s really a “no-brainer;” if molecular machinery cannot increase in complexity through random chance, then by default, it had to have been designed.
Attend your local GOP caucus
Response to Carmen Fernholz letter criticizing Rep. Michelle Fischbach
Letter: Here is the truth: The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says reform would result in one less new drug out of hundreds over the next decade; meanwhile, millions of seniors would have more affordable access.
Be careful along U.S. Highway 71-Minnesota Highway 2 north of Willmar due to recent and upcoming changes.

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Let’s let those who are serving to safeguard our voting rights and elections know that we greatly appreciate their work.
Writer thanks the gracious person for a community garden in Willmar
Letter writer thanks those who voted for the federal infrastructure bill.
Response to Carmen Fernholz letter
What's wrong: This occurred two days in row that I happen to be traveling on North 71/23. I can only imagine how many times a day this happens.
Letter writes states that Rep. Michelle Fischbach failed the U.S. Seventh District on her negative infrastructure legislation vote.

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