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Candidate sends a negative message

Letter to the Editor:

I use this means to thank Leon Kukanich for his dedication to the residents of the town of Lincoln the past 18 years. A plaque and the kind words presented at this month’s meeting were well deserved. He and the entire board continue to manage the budget well and have kept tax rates to the lower level in the county.

Thanks to the encouragement of the late Eleanor Gorz and the late Lola Inberg

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 10:53 AM
 
Rogacki deserves second term

Letter to the Editor:

Integrity in our local elected government officials is paramount to all concerned. When we vote for someone, we expect them to be truthful and true to their word.

This April, we will elect a St. Germain county board representative

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 10:53 AM
 
Let’s license cats too

Letter to the Editor:

The headline reads: “Vilas County ramps up effort to boost dog license compliance.” One would think that dogs are the only pet in the county, what about cats?

Lost Paws always has lost cats, so it seems there are a few living in the county. Since I spend a couple hundred dollars each year to keep my dog properly vaccinated and protected against the various tick borne illnesses, plus have him micro­chipped and licensed,

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 10:52 AM
 
News reporting is outstanding

Letter to the Editor:

Just a note to thank all of the news reporters for doing such an outstanding job of reporting on local political and educational news in our area.

The reporting is factual and concise and I, for one, appreciate that. Thanks a bunch and keep up the good work!

Kathyanne Pera

Eagle River

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 10:52 AM
 
Our view

Newspapers were right
on future of free news

The word from the National Newspaper Association (NNA) is that Patch Media, the AOL-backed website company attempting to be the go-to place for local news in thousands of small communities, will soon be dismantled and sold because it is losing money.

 

Started in 2007, Patch was meant to be the next big thing in local news coverage. They were hiring hundreds of journalists while traditional media, mostly large daily newspapers, were laying off their reporters by the thousands.

 

Reed Anfinson, publisher of the Swift County Monitor-News in Benson,

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 1:13 PM
 
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