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Letters to the Editor

October 22, 2016 Strength in diversity To the Journal editor: Much of my life, I have collected autumn leaves and pressed them. This year I especially noticed how different they ar. more »»

Clinton an unwise choice for president

October 21, 2016 To the Journal editor: I am sitting here and wonder why it is always really bad when the Republican person does something that is crud and the whole country goes nuts over it. more »»

Then, Michelle Obama showed up

October 21, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s candidacy has sparked endless commentary about her gender, and rightly so. She is increasingly likely to be the first female president of the United State. more »»

Trump attitudes leave much to be desired

October 20, 2016 To the Journal editor: Growing up in a small village in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, in a working-class neighborhood populated by mostly iron miners and loggers, hanging around the local pool hall, w... more »»

Bells for Hospice planned Nov. 1

October 19, 2016 To the Journal editor: The annual Marquette County Bells for Hospice event will occur once again Nov. 1, beginning at 11:30 a.m. and concluding at 1 p.m. at the Marquette Commons, 112 S. Third St. more »»

Celello earned vote

October 18, 2016 To the Journal editor: I first met Scott Celello in 1987 when he was a Deputy with the Dickinson County Sheriff’s Department. more »»

Wedding attendance blues

October 18, 2016 Eleven years ago, the re-elected George W. Bush was president, and Hillary Clinton was both the first woman ever elected to the U.S. Senate from New York and the first spouse of a president in U.S. more »»

Supporting Clinton

October 17, 2016 To the Journal editor: I would like to extend a special thanks to Jeffrey Prusi for his eloquent editorial pointing out the many accomplishments of Hillary Clinton’s many years of public service to... more »»

Clinton leadership challenged

October 16, 2016 To the Journal editor: In the presidential debate Sunday night, Hillary was asked about her statement exposed by WikiLeaks where she said to a private group, “If everybody’s watching, you know, all... more »»

Negaunee Miners get congrats

October 16, 2016 To the Journal editor: Congratulations to Coach Kyle Saari and the Negaunee High School girls varsity tennis team. Let’s go Miners. Great job for NHS varsity girls tennis team on a great season. more »»

Project was success

October 15, 2016 To the Journal editor: Project Keep Kids Warm 2016 is coming to conclusion during the month of October. more »»

Weber has earned writer’s support

October 14, 2016 To the Journal editor: On Nov. 8, I will proudly cast my vote to retain the Honorable Karl Weber as judge of the 96th District Court, and I invite your readers to consider doing the same. more »»

Drugs = problems

October 13, 2016 To the Journal editor: I’ve been hearing a lot on the news about the heroin problem. It’s a real crisis. I’ve been in the recovery program for over 30 years. more »»

Sign of the times

October 12, 2016 To the Journal editor: I have not yet decided whether to vote on Nov. 8 for Karl Weber or Derek Swajanen for a judgeship in the 96th District Court, but I do have a view about M. more »»

Class trip successful

October 12, 2016 To the Journal editor: The seventh grade students at Aspen Ridge wish to thank the following businesses and individuals for their support in the class trip to Clear Lake Science Education Center on... more »»

Memories cherished

October 11, 2016 To the Journal editor: Thank you for the “extras” about the memories of past towns, etc. more »»

Local medical care appreciated

October 11, 2016 To the Journal editor: My husband and I have both recently used the services of U.P. Health System-Bell, U.P. Ambulance and the Marquette County Medical Care Facility. more »»

Is NMU watching finances?

October 11, 2016 To the Journal editor: I read the Sept 28 article “NMU board OK’s budget, capital outlay request” with interest. more »»

What’s that scent in the air?

October 11, 2016 It is all but impossible for you or for me to understand, let alone appreciate, how painfully public and publicly painful it must be for a losing major-party presidential nominee to bear the agony o... more »»

Clinton earned vote

October 10, 2016 To the Journal editor: Hillary Clinton led the fight for Children’s Health Insurance Program, legislated full health benefits for reservists and National Guard. more »»

Clinton, Dems mangled Trump talk on veterans

October 10, 2016 Staff Sgt. Chad Robichaux is a Marine who developed post-traumatic stress disorder in the aftermath of eight tours in Afghanista. more »»



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