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Wed
10
Aug

Letter to the Editor - Abts

Covid kept the contry shut down, lowering the demand. Refineries reduced thier supply . Then there was a period of catching up supply, these things had an affect on price. more demand not enough supply . The past year we have had to depend on oil suppy from outside the USA.

Wed
27
Jul

Letter to the Editor - Vicki Warren

I have loved Wisconsin waters since I was a child jumping off resort docks into clear cold lake depths.

Wed
27
Jul

Letter to the Editor - Linda Caldwell

I am writing in regard to the operational referendum for the Adams county school District. 

Wed
13
Jul

Letter to the Editor - Harry Davis

The “Right to Bear Arms” letter writer is wrong.  The purpose of Red Flag laws is not to disarm the citizenry so the government can take away the rights and lives of a docile pop

Wed
13
Jul

Letter from the Editor-Scott Sorenson

   I read with great interest the two letters in the June 29 newspaper under the title of, “The Purpose Of A Weapon Matters” and the other, under the title of, “Playing The Hitl

Wed
06
Jul

Letter to the Editor - Bill Wimmer

Once again the school district is in the midst of another attempt to sell the Grand Marsh school. The sale is to be done in a close bid format which is problematic for several reasons:

Wed
29
Jun

Letter to the Editor- Rick H. Falk

The idea that supporters of gun control are doing something akin to what Hitler’s Germany did to strip citizens of guns in the run-up to the Second World War is historically ina

Wed
29
Jun

Letter to the Editor - Harry Davis

The writer of the “Right to Bear Arms” letter went to great pains to tell us the difference between semi and fully automatic as if the difference mattered.  A semi-automatic wea

Wed
22
Jun

Letter from the Editor- Charles Church

What do the people who say they want to put huge taxes on guns or ammunition, or limit the number of bullets in a magazine, or allow the government to take away firearms from pe

Wed
15
Jun

Letter from the Editor- Vicki Warren

Country singer Jordan Davis spins a difficult story these days in “Buy Dirt.” You can’t buy happiness but you can buy dirt. Put up a fence, a house, work hard, put down roots, raise a family. Buy dirt. Used to be easier, possible. But at almost $5000 an acre of dirt in Adams County Wisconsin, small family farming is hardly possible.

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