Letters to the Editor
To the Editor: Being a senior citizen, my wife and I will not benefit greatly from the school bond passing. Our children graduated from LFCHS and from college; they have moved out of the area. But my wife and I will be voting “yes” on the school bond issue, May 19. Our vote will raise [...]...Read More
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To the Editor: It is difficult to find words to describe the splendor of the Heartland Symphony’s “Springtime Soundscapes” program last Saturday evening at the Charles D. Martin Auditorium. Highlights of the orchestral concert were performances by Youth Pianist Joey Tranvik and Youth Violinist...Read More
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To the Editor: My name is Valerie Stephens and my family and I live and work in Redwood Falls. In 2000, Redwood Falls constructed a community center which included a field house and hockey arena. With a population of roughly 5,100, this was a sizable project for our town. Fortunately, this project a...Read More
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To the Editor: We can Live Better and Live Longer with more exercise options and a place to walk in the winter; build a stronger community with cross generational friendships; give children more courts and tracks to play and compete in sports as well as boost the local economy by hosting tournaments...Read More
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To the Editor: As a group that is dedicated to supporting and promoting quality youth fitness and athletic programs within the Little Falls community, the Flyer Athletic Boosters (FAB) fully support voting “yes” on May 19, to improve our school facilities districtwide. Over the past 10 years, FA...Read More
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To the Editor: On May 19, we have the opportunity to make a difference for the future of Little Falls — our students. The building bond referendum meets the needs for districtwide facility improvements including windows, roof, air-quality and building security. Impacted are the high school, middle...Read More
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To the Editor: Passing the school referendum to expand community/physical education spaces and other improvements is important. Although not a resident within the Little Falls school district, I am part of the Morrison County Live Better Live Longer Strategy Committee. That is part of my work with t...Read More
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To the Editor: We all want young people to be healthy, safe and reach their full potential. Underage drinking has enormous social and economic costs. Underage drinking parties are a point of easy access to alcohol for county youth. Currently, someone could throw an underage drinking party, but not b...Read More
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To the Editor: I could relate to the question posed by a March 22 letter asking what would you have done to prevent someone stealing your life’s hard-earned possessions, pertaining to Byron Smith’s reaction. Byron Smith did so many things wrong, but ending the constant grand larceny inside his h...Read More
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To the Editor: Seventy-five railway safety projects at Minnesota’s most dangerous and congested railroad crossings would be completed statewide if a proposal from Gov. Dayton is passed this session. This includes the Burlington Northern Santa Fe crossing on Broadway West in Little Falls. The plan ...Read More
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To the Editor: The Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau’s mission is to promote tourism 50 miles-plus and bring outside dollars to Little Falls. Tournaments and events are a draw for the hosting community. Youth sports could be the answer. This would increase visitors to the area and the ho...Read More
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To the Editor: I have lived one block from Lindbergh School for 15 years. I grew up in a small town, three blocks from my elementary school, which has been shuttered and for sale for over a decade. People there remember better days — kids running to school, and modern, well-used but aging faciliti...Read More
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To the Editor: The current state of collegiate hockey in the environs of the former Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) is a tire fire created by Big 10 Commissioner Jim Delany. Never content with his current financial empire, Delany formulated The Big 10 Hockey Conference forcing the depar...Read More
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