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Letters to the Editor

Parker column

EDITOR: Whoever is in charge at the Daily Press needs to go outside and get some fresh air. Go and talk to some people at the grocery store. Listen to the people. In your backyard. You will find out that not everyone watches MSNBC, or CNN. In fact, you will find that the 15 viewers that MSNBC ...

Regarding Proposal 3

EDITOR: I was raised to believe that there is right, and wrong — no in-between. Proposal 3 that was voted on and passed into law is definitely wrong. A parent’s job is to love, nurture, and protect their children. Proposal 3 allows your child to have an abortion, without your knowledge ...

Help Toys for Tots make Christmas bright

EDITOR: It’s almost unimaginable, the thought of a child without a gift from Santa. It’s a day they look forward to all year, and they don’t understand the complexities of life that make gift-giving a burden for some. We understand some parents and caregivers may be experiencing ...

City manager

EDITOR: To the Escanaba City Council members: Look no further. Jim McNeil is the man for the city manager. Bob Stasewich Escanaba 32 year city of Escanaba worker

Elections

EDITOR: My car insurance needed to be renewed. In Michigan, you can’t just renew what you had last year. You have to physically sign documents. My premiums were paid a month ago. I wasn’t getting renewal documents. I called and they said that a signature and date was required. So, I ...

Youth Assistance Program fills gaps for those in need

EDITOR: As we approach this holiday season, I am filled with gratitude for the generous and compassionate community of which I am a part – even through the pandemic and financial insecurities. I am reminded that while we traditionally focus on thanks and giving this time of year, one of the ...