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Look forward to getting paper

Dear Editor:

Maybe one has to move away from the area to fully appreciate what a great weekly newspaper is.

Having had to read our local paper for the past year, I have come to realize that you guys really do a super job, from covering local events to all the great photos.

Congrats on all the accolades. I look forward to Fridays when I can go to the mailbox and catch up on what’s going on “back home.”

Dennis and Kristin Wild

Hot Springs Village, Ark.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013 12:26 PM
Our view

Musky Open’s format
still extremely popular

About the time people were thinking it couldn’t get bigger, the 28th annual National Championship Musky Open drew a record 1,222 anglers last weekend and blew away last year’s record attendance by 111 anglers, a whopping 10% increase.


It was a year of firsts, including the first time anglers caught more than 200 muskies of 34 inches or larger.

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 4:42 PM
Disappointed in theft of satellite dish from yard

Letter to the Editor:

We all shake our heads at the world today and wonder why. Here’s another example of why.

My neighbor in St. Germain held a garage sale on Friday and Saturday this week and one of the visitors to their yard, decided that an item laying on the ground in my yard was something they needed. It was a television satellite dish. Not an expensive or unusual item,

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 4:41 PM
Paper’s quality rivals the best

Dear Editor:

Congratulations to all at the News-Review for the recently announced awards from the National Newspaper Association.

To think that the paper’s content and quality rivals that of the best newspapers in all 50 states! It doesn’t get any better than that.

We’re grateful for all the hard work and dedication

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 4:41 PM
Mine would follow strict regulations

Dear Editor:

I have to comment on Lee Baleks’s letter in the Aug. 14 Vilas County News-Review, “Mine contaminants will impact water.”

The premise for the letter is that the open pit Gogebic Taconite iron mine will contaminate the waters north of it flowing into Lake Superior. I think he implies that the mines operating before on the Penokee Range did not contaminate the waters because they were underground.

Later in his letter, he says that the tailings

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 4:40 PM