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Letters to the Editor

Escanaba Public Library has much to offer

EDITOR: This is my little story covering how much the Escanaba Public Library has to offer the people of our community and how devastating it would be on me and other members of our community if the budget was cut. I am a 38-year-old physically disabled citizen and an avid reader. After a ...

Please don’t cut library funding

To The Escanaba City Council; I attended the city council meeting that addressed funding of our library. I spoke at the meeting but did not have time to mention the importance of the library to the students I taught in Escanaba. I was a speech and language therapist for students from ...

Save our library

EDITOR: As an Escanaba citizen I was absolutely horrified to hear about the proposed 40% reduction in funding to our library. I moved to Delta County in 2018 and have been heavily utilizing the library ever since. I check out novels, health and wellness books, career development resources, ...

Televise the meetings

EDITOR: Last evening, Tuesday, May 3, 2022, I attended the County Board of Commissioners meeting in person. There were constituents in the audience and maybe 12 constituents on Zoom for the meeting. Here are a few of the agenda items: A conflict of Interest Regarding Solar Ordinance: ...

The leaked draft

EDITOR: Roe, Roe, Yada,yada, yada! I’m tired of the breathless ranting and raving about the leaked draft re: Roe vs. Wade by the Supreme Court. First of all, I think everyone should be upset that someone, or several someones, felt that they should leak this draft. This should infuriate ...

Stiehm’s political slant

EDITOR: I just finished reading the Daily Press from April 29, 2022. The editorial page is my favorite read, my problem is with the Jamie Stiehm editorials the latest (April 29, 2022) brought me to write this letter. The problem really begins about three-quarters of the way, in the first ...