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Letters To The Editor

Communication needed here

To the Journal editor: One can only wonder how a community that historically came together to solve issues has become so divided with comments to each other having become so unproductive. This is not just the case for the community in question this is a statewide problem. The two arguments ...

Time to Step UP

To the Journal editor: Nearly a quarter of Michiganders are not physically active during their leisure time. This is very concerning as low levels of physical activity and a sedentary lifestyle increase the risk for many health conditions such as heart disease, cancer, obesity and depression ...

Wise investments

To the Journal editor: America can make no better investment than in its young adults. President Biden’s forgiveness of college student loan debt does nothing to solve higher education’s runaway financial costs nor does it serve future students or those seeking further training and ...

Is free will free?

To the Journal editor: Has your political free-will been hacked? Maybe the following will allow you to take a deep breath and reduce your stress during this political season. Definition of free will: “Freedom of humans to make choices that are not determined by prior causes or by divine ...

Good news here

To the Journal editor: A few weeks ago, I wrote this publication about the difficulty Upper Peninsula kids on the Upper Peninsula Health Plan had in obtaining medical care close to home in nearby Wisconsin. The letter I sent to this paper was filled with rage at the injustice of having to ...

Season of faith

To the Journal editor: Spring is on the way. Have you noticed the days are longer and we might get more snow, but it should melt faster. Get out and enjoy the great outdoors. The Upper Peninsula of Michigan has a lot of beauty each season. I’ve been reading articles written by others to ...