The Lincoln Project, an American political action committee created by a group of nationally recognized Republicans, produced numerous ads tha…

On January 22, 2021, the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) became international law. More than 50 nations hav…

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The Kids Town staff and all students would like to thank the United Way for their contribution of $909. Because of their continual support of …

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After reading your article, “Princeton Public Utilities starts general manager search,” I’m unable to walk away without comment.

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The staff, board, and and volunteers of the Pearl Crisis Center would like to again express our deepest gratitude to the Central Mille Lacs Un…

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I promised God I would publicly give Him credit for answered prayers if he would spare us from flooding this spring. The idea I am talking abo…

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Kudos to our local Princeton Public Utilities for the great job they did during the extreme cold spell. We in Princeton are so fortunate to ha…

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I have been concerned for some time now about an unsafe intersection in downtown Milaca. I am referring to the corner of Central Avenue and Fi…

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Some people refer to the present time as the post-Christian era, and for sure many people are leaving the Church. It’s happened before. I figu…

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On behalf of Pearl Crisis Center, and the Mille Lacs County Family Violence Coordinating Council we want to thank the Mille Lacs County Board …

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About that Christmas story. Many cherished, Christmas notions exist, I suspect, based on children’s Christmas pageants. Because of them, many …

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As an era and the year come to an end, I felt the need to say thanks to the people of Mille Lacs County and the community of Princeton. It’s b…

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This letter is my response to the 10/18 issue of the Union-Times in which a writer claims that I vote against the best interests of the consti…

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I’m one of the hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans who lives in fear of parts of the ACA (“Obamacare”) being rescinded. Without pre-existing …

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While driving along the southwest side of Lake Mille Lacs recently, I was quite surprised to see a large billboard telling us to “Help Sondra …

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One of the most oft-spoken concerns I have heard when speaking to voters in this county is the concern about having affordable health care.

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Jan Jude has earned your vote on November 6. Jan’s extended family has been a respected part of Mille Lacs County for almost 100 years. Jan ex…

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Sondra Erickson’s voting record is a demonstration of her propensity for voting against her constituents’ best interest. In the 20 years she h…

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During my law enforcement career I had the pleasure of knowing and working professionally with Jan Jude, candidate for County Attorney and Inv…

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In the July 25 issue of the Mille Lacs Messenger, Mr. Tellinghuisen said unions give lazy people jobs; this is unbecoming of a (county) commissioner.

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With the present. agitating political climate I’m itching to write a “political” letter, but am forcing myself to refrain from doing so, other…

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The Kids Town staff and all students would like to thank the United Way for their contribution of $909. Because of their continual support of …

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After reading your article, “Princeton Public Utilities starts general manager search,” I’m unable to walk away without comment.

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The staff, board, and and volunteers of the Pearl Crisis Center would like to again express our deepest gratitude to the Central Mille Lacs Un…

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I promised God I would publicly give Him credit for answered prayers if he would spare us from flooding this spring. The idea I am talking abo…

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Kudos to our local Princeton Public Utilities for the great job they did during the extreme cold spell. We in Princeton are so fortunate to ha…

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