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Letters To The Editor

Cash talks in climate change

To the Journal editor: To prevent heads from exploding, the following is considered as satire. Reading between the lines of the climate change hysteria, one subject constantly comes up. Money. Money in the form of fees, fines, buying carbon credits and spending billions on so-called ...

Litter clean up cited

To the Journal editor: Many thanks to the group of ladies and girls who cleaned up the litter along the street at the north end of Lake Bancroft in Ishpeming. Your help is greatly appreciated.

‘Our Father’ and Memorial Day

To the Journal editor: Memorial Day is a statement regarding our relationship with Our Heavenly Father. Originating following the Civil War as Decoration Day, the observance was dedicated to mourning and honoring our military personnel who died in line of duty. Shortly after World War II, ...

Volunteers deserve credit for work

To the Journal editor: The Upper Peninsula owes a debt of gratitude to the many volunteer groups who's community minded members donate their time every spring and summer to help keep our highways clean! Most people take these groups for granted and don't fully appreciate that it's a huge ...

Give thanks for what we have

To the Journal editor: Embracing nature’s range of seasons in the Upper Peninsula. Starting with Spring, this is when nature awakens and flowers begin to bloom! Daylight hours become longer and the warmth of the sun is surely welcome. We then see the snow begin to melt and green grass ...

Work needed

To the Journal editor: The corner of Presque Isle Avenue and Hawley Street is a busy place for local and tourist traffic. For three years, the partial stone building and the pile of rubble next to it has been an unsightlyeyesore. Why hasn’t something been done to improve this? Who has ...