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Presumptive parole separate from dumping felons

November 2, 2015 EDITOR: I would like to shed some light on a situation that has recently developed. Many residents of Escanaba, as well as Delta County, have heard of a House bill called presumptive parole. more »»

Wind power wrong way to go

October 30, 2015 EDITOR: Two truths about industrial wind towers: They cannot be built without your tax dollars in the form of subsidies. They cannot be built without federal and state sponsorship. more »»

Praise for county board decision

October 30, 2015 EDITOR: How much of a nuisance are wind turbines? Well, based on the testimony of large-scale landowners on the Garden Peninsula, the going rate for tolerating turbines is $35,000 a year. more »»

DATA bus important to seniors

October 27, 2015 EDITOR: We need the DATA bus it is important for senior citizens, people with disabilities, and for people who do not drive. more »»

You may need a ride someday

October 27, 2015 EDITOR: Ten years ago, I had an unfortunate accident and broke my ankle which required me to go back-and-forth to the hospital for physical therapy. more »»

We need a bus system

October 27, 2015 EDITOR: To the people who do not use a walker, cane, or wheelchair — you may someday. more »»

Many people use DATA

October 27, 2015 EDITOR: I ride the DATA bus up to six times daily. I use the bus to see to my mom, shop, go to my medical appointments and attend other events. I have read and heard comments that the buses are empty. more »»

DATA support

October 27, 2015 EDITOR: The DATA bus is very important to me. DATA gives me the independence to live alone. I am unable to drive. more »»

Gladstone in disrepair

October 20, 2015 EDITOR: I have been a life-long resident of the city of Gladstone and have never seen it in this much disrepair! I have witnessed the lack of services provided to the residents of this city for year... more »»

Abortion is horrible

October 20, 2015 EDITOR: After the Roseburg, Ore. more »»

Don’t close Health and Human Services buildings

October 19, 2015 EDITOR: “Last year Governor Snyder and some in the Legislature wanted to close 15 Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) buildings; nine branch offices and six rehabilitation service offices... more »»

Don’t take away prevailing wage

October 17, 2015 EDITOR: It appears that some lawmakers in Lansing are ignoring the facts when it comes to prevailing wage. I hope that Ed McBroom is not one of them. more »»

No vote for millages

October 17, 2015 EDITOR: The Oct. 12 article regarding the upcoming election for the Gladstone voters fell short of its mark. The voters need to be reminded that 1. more »»

House of Ludington won’t be closing in near future

October 17, 2015 EDITOR: As the owners of the House of Ludington, we would like to thank those of you who have supported us as we move forward with our project to transition the House of Ludington to affordable... more »»

Support for DATA

October 8, 2015 EDITOR: DATA is going before the voters Nov. 3 to ask for a millage renewal. Let me explain to you why a yes vote is a great idea. First, DATA helps support the economy of Escanaba and Gladstone. more »»

Support law enforcement

October 7, 2015 Editors Note: This letter was sent elected officials representing Delta County from the Delta County Board of Commissioners. — — — Dear Legislative Representatives: At our Sept. more »»

Column brings back memories

October 7, 2015 EDITOR: The article on letter writing in Thursday’s paper by Andy Heller brings back memories of a time when we would all stand around our mother’s chair as she read a letter from our older sister,... more »»

What’s wrong with these pictures?

October 6, 2015 EDITOR: Recently, the Daily Press reported that the trial of a young woman charged with delivery of a controlled substance (drugs) ended in a mistrial. more »»

Our resilient forest

October 6, 2015 EDITOR: Scientists have been telling us, the planet only has 400 billion trees left. more »»

 
 
 

 

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