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Letters To The Editor

Better times ahead

To the Journal editor: I’m excited and hopeful for our country today. Why? Let me start with a personal anecdote. The year was 2020 and it was a star-spangled Saturday. Our household had been in pretty strict quarantine, bearing the pain of restraining our kids from playing with ...

Thanks given for support

To the Journal editor: I would like to thank the supporters of my campaign for the Marquette Board of Light and Power. Although I did not obtain enough votes to win this election. I believe Mr. Angeli and Mr. Sonderegger should be congratulated and will do a good job on the board. I may ...

Planet is not warming

To the Journal editor: There appears to be an explosion of amateur scientists opining when it is clear they haven’t a clue as to how much they don’t know about the subject. There are a few others that should know better yet claim to know more than they could possible know. With the ...

Common sense should prevail

To the Journal editor: The coronavirus is spreading, and not because of “more testing.”For most of the early summer, the positivity rate in our area was around 1.5%. Some testing sites have seen 20% positivity ratings for consecutive days in mid-October. When we look at hospital ...

Smooth operation

To the Journal editor: On Nov. 3, I spent a long, 15-hour day working as a city of Marquette election inspector along with a fabulous group of patriotic fellow citizens, manning the poll at precinct 4 held at the Marquette Service Center building on Wright Street. It was heartwarming to ...

Contribution marked

To the Journal editor: The week of Nov. 8-14 is National Nurse Practitioner Week. This week provides an opportunity for us to celebrate the important work of these unique healthcare professionals who for over a half-century have provided comprehensive, cost-effective, patient-centered ...