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To the Editor: In 1971 the national celebration of George Washington’s birthday was changed to President’s Day. This tends to relegate the “Father of our Country” to just one of many presidents. Today, school-age children learn very little about Washington’s deep Christian faith and streng...Read More
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By CHRISTIAAN TARBOX Sun POST Newspapers First off, I’d like to preface this editorial rampage by noting that I am not a doctor. I am not a scientist, nor am I qualified in science, medical technology or pharmaceuticals in any way. Nonetheless, I still appreciate the overwhelming potential of the ...Read More
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By Aaron Brom Managing Editor It’s a situation that every police officer faces nearly every day — pulling someone over. In some ways it’s the most mundane aspect of their job. Someone speeds, swerves, runs a red light, has a loud muffler. They pull the person over, a window is rolled down, a v...Read More
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To the Editor: A letter writer writes, “I am appalled and embarrassed by the Rebels Snow Days picture,” but fails to say why. So I ask why? These are good kids AND future leaders having fun. Perhaps the fact that the letter writer deliberately chose to send her child to a private school may have...Read More
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To the Editor: I enjoyed the group picture versus the usual mug shots. The students appear to be having fun. Anybody that thinks that photo should be retaken should volunteer to chaperone a high school dance. The video of them would be priceless. P.S. Any truth to the rumor Miley Cyrus is going to b...Read More
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To the Editor: As a resident of Champlin for 25 years, I am appalled and embarrassed by the Rebels Snow Days picture on the front page of the January 22 issue of the Champlin Dayton Press. Is this how our community displays its leaders of the future? How we depict our public school? My husband [...]...Read More
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