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Letters
December 23, 2020
PRAIRIE GRASSES POKE THROUGH A SNOW COVER AS THE SUN GOES DOAN OVER FALL CREEK SCIENTIFIC AND NATURAL AREA NORTH OF STILLWATER.  THE SITE IS ALSO KNOW

Readers Write: Christmas Eve, philanthropy

Peace in a prairie cemetery.
Letters
December 22, 2020
State Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm addresses elder abuse victims who gathered at the State Capitol in 2018 to protect inaction by the state Legisla

Readers Write: Senior care facilities, kids and the pandemic, Twin Metals, Line 3, mistletoe

Elders' dignity goes unrecognized.
Letters
December 21, 2020
Voters head to the polls on Election Day in Welch, Minn.

Readers Write: COVID restrictions in the metro and out, Minneapolis police reform

Same guidance applies, though.
Letters
December 21, 2020
Leonard Novak was one of the first victims of COVID-19 at North Ridge Health and Rehab in New Hope. Here, relative Cher Collins approached Novak’s c

Readers Write: COVID-19 and senior facilities, 'nature over nurture' in North Mankato

An industry due for an overhaul.
Letters
December 20, 2020
Caledonia, Minn., in October.

Readers Write: Outstate COVID restrictions, pandemic's effects, Native and disadvantaged communities

Outstate is not the metro.
Letters
December 19, 2020
Protesters demonstrate outside the governor’s residence about the adequacy of Enbridge’s virus plans.

Readers Write: Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline, toplessness in Minneapolis parks

Scientists to Walz: Halt Line 3.
Letters
December 18, 2020
A Georgia elector signs his paper ballot for Vice President-elect Kamala D. Harris on Dec. 14.

Readers Write: Electoral College, conservatism and liberalism

Electoral refutation, with math.
Letters
December 17, 2020
PuzzleTwist owners Tony and Candace Nelson did more business in March, traditionally one of the year's slowest puzzle months, than during any month in

Readers Write: Puzzles, defying COVID restrictions, human challenge trials, laughter

All good puzzles must come to an end.
Letters
December 16, 2020
Recount observers check ballots during a hand recount of presidential votes in Milwaukee last month.

Readers Write: GOP's Texas lawsuit, the Electoral College

About that Texas defense ...
Letters
December 15, 2020
Elector Joel Heller, top, gives his son, Noah, 14, a hug after casting his Electoral College vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the state House c

Readers Write: Electoral College reform, Texas election lawsuit, the snickerdoodle cookie

State electors:  Reform the College.
Letters
December 14, 2020
The Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., in November. The court on Friday rejected a Texas-based lawsuit to overturn the election results in four states

Readers Write: Texas election lawsuit, Minneapolis police settlements

Make amends, congressmen.
Letters
December 13, 2020
TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

Readers Write: Potential U of M alcohol sales, COVID vaccines, whites-only sect in Murdock

The only goal is money, it seems.
Letters
December 12, 2020
The Democratic challengers in Georgia, Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock, at a November event.

Readers Write: Political fundraising, policing, chaplains and COVID, the right spirit

Relentless and hypocritical fundraising requests from Democrats.
Letters
December 11, 2020
Republican Rep. Tom Emmer addresses a crowd at a Rochester, Minn., campaign rally for President Donald Trump in October. Emmer and the rest of the Min

Readers Write: Election lawsuits, Minneapolis police, COVID closures

Win some. Lose some. Move on.
Letters
December 10, 2020
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Readers Write: Conservatism and liberalism, COVID vaccine distribution, health workers, crime

The balancing act.
Letters
December 9, 2020
Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, during a hearing on possible voter fraud.

Readers Write: Election conspiracy theories, the future of the GOP, COVID risks, men's loneliness

Wild conjectures aren't "theories."
Letters
December 8, 2020
State troopers surrounded the toppled statue of Christopher Columbus at the Minnesota Capitol in June.

Readers Write: Crime, punishment and the Columbus statue, Minneapolis policing, standardized tests, China, holiday gift-wrapping

Small consequences for destroying statue. That's emblematic.
Letters
December 7, 2020
Kurt Daudt and Paul Gazelka in 2018. Late last week, the two Republican leaders in the Minnesota Legislature generated controversy after suggesting th

Readers Write: Minnesota Republican leaders on vaccine prioritization; University of Minnesota and alcohol

Guess it goes like this.
Letters
December 7, 2020
Nurses work at a field hospital for COVID-19 patients in Manaus, Brazil, in May.

Readers Write: COVID deaths, death penalty, Enbridge Line 3, automation, the glass ceiling

The tragedy requires context.
Letters
December 4, 2020
A patron checked out a DVD at Sun Ray Library in St. Paul in September.

Readers Write: COVID closures, Enbridge Line 3, Gopher football and racism, Kmart's "K"

Close the libraries? Please, no.
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