DL News Staff
A recent letter writer claimed that my opponent would be preferred to me in the State Senate. In criticizing me for investing in our state infrastructure as chair of the Capital Investment Committee, it was not mentioned that $6 million went to Browns Valley for flood control.
This letter is to the person who went to Riverside Cemetery in Moorhead after we left and took our three hanging pots off my husband's family plot. You know who you are. On Sunday, May 30, we put out three pots of flowers: a geranium, a daisy and an impatiens plant. We went back late Monday to check on them, and they were all gone. Were you watching us set them out and thought it was an easy nab? Shame on you for stealing from the dead and also for stealing from us. I hope you like the plants. We did.
Editor's note: Corrine Frank of Detroit Lakes submitted the following text of her controversial Memorial Day speech in Detroit Lakes as a letter to the editor.
After watching the Memorial Day Parade in Detroit Lakes, I attended the Memorial Day service held at the city park on Monday, May 31, along with members of my family.
I can't help wondering what is more "appalling" to Erma Vizenor -- the printing of my letter in the newspaper or the fact that she is finally being exposed for what she really is? In her May 16 response letter, she talks about all the negative news printed about White Earth and I agree, there is a lot of negative news, but it is nothing compared to the negative news that will soon be breaking in regards to Erma and Associates. She states that what I wrote was outrageous and of no merit. She also stated that elections are fair and open.
The letter written by Natalie McArthur in the May 30 Record is factually incorrect.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for all the support DL Newspapers has shown for LP-A, its students and communities. We really could not have done this without your efforts. Please accept our undying thanks. You are a true champion! -- Carol Nustad, Detroit Lakes
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you to everyone who has worked so long and so hard to make the dream of new and remodeled schools for Lake Park-Audubon a reality! Finally, last Tuesday night the LP-A community was able to rejoice! The bond passage means that LP-A has a future -- there will be LPA graduates for many years to follow. Now let's move forward as a community and continue to support our kids -- and watch us grow! Go Raiders! -- Vicky L.
For everyone's safety, let's hope that if the man accused of stabbing 29 pigs -- all of whom reportedly had to be killed -- in Fairmont is convicted, he is given jail time, counseling, and a ban on contact with animals (AP story). Animal abusers are cowards who take their issues out on "easy victims" -- and their targets often include members of their own species. The FBI has found that a history of cruelty to animals regularly appears in its records of serial rapists and murderers.
This summer, candidates for governor will be traveling across the state to share their vision for a better Minnesota, a vision that is likely to include words such as "reform" and "redesign." These buzzwords play into the public's concern that Minnesota isn't working like it used to -- unemployment is high and the days of prosperity and growth seem far away.