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Letters to the Editor

Reader questions gas prices and politics.

October 17, 2014

Letter to the Editor:  Fact: The winter of 2013-2014 was colder and snowier than in recent years. Fact: There was a real LP gas shortage that caused prices to sky rocket. Fact: One or more LP gas distributors were or are being investigated for price gouging, Fact: I have observed gasoline prices consistently vary as much as 5 to 10…

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Breasts, prostates, suicide and old white guys.

October 7, 2014

A letter to the editor. By Jim Thomas. Breasts, Prostates, Suicide and Old White Guys. That’s a pretty curious combination. I’m an old white guy. That’s been my mantra for a year or two now. I have Medicare.  I remember the Summer of Love, Kent State, and stepping with my gal to sweet soul music (we still do sometimes). Most…

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Concerns with Scottville garbage bags.

September 22, 2014

Letter to the Editor by Bill Brooks, Scottville. To the taxpayers of Scottville: In an email about a year ago to the city manager I suggested a ready serve tax to those of us who are snowbirds. It was announced a few hours before tonight’s meeting that it would be discussed. It was my reasoning that the excessive costs of and…

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Letter: Unhappy with media’s coverage of college president

August 26, 2014

Dear Editor, I would like to comment on the un-caring way the news media has attacked one of our multi-talented local business persons. We all have made bad decisions, and granted Dr. Dillons dangerously wrong actions may have cost a life. However, to be honest I am sure we all have made some inaccurate choices that are just as dangerous.…

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For Robin…

August 13, 2014

A blog, rant and tribute by Carrie Klemm. Special to MCP. Alright, I’m about to rant, so get ready. In the wake of a celebrity’s passing, millions, no billons of people share quotes, pictures, and old funny stories. For a few days, the media and every social network within the US (and outside of the US for certain celebs) scream…

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