Editorials

05/25/2016 - 8:59am
State Rep. Glenn Gruenhagen told The Chronicle Monday that the 2016 legislative session ended on a “sour note.” That was one of his more mild statements in describing the failure of the state Legislature to pass transportation and bonding bills. Minnesotans seem to be united in their opinion that improvements to roads and bridges need to be a top priority for the state Legislature...
05/25/2016 - 8:58am
To the Editor: Usually, I would not be writing a letter to the editor, but I don’t get to talk about important issues at the council meetings, issues like people’s homes and property being damaged by water, and methods to to correct the problem. Apparently, location of the recycling bins and drug drop-off boxes are more important....
05/18/2016 - 10:14am
The advent of social media provided us with a fun and immediate way to connect with family and friends, especially those with whom we have lost touch. We love to scroll Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to find out what our friends are up to, check out their photographs and comment on their accomplishments and events. Unfortunately, the good...
05/18/2016 - 10:13am
To the Editor: In a couple of days we will be wishing the class of 2016 all the best as they graduate from GSL High School. This day is always a special one because it is the pinnacle of a student’s journey through school. At this time, many doors are opened and many choices need to be made about one’s future … and the...
05/18/2016 - 10:13am
To the Editor: Many don’t think of our little community as having a wide variety of culinary options, so I put together a short list of some of the best eats around town. These are some of my favorites and where they are available as follows: Blueberry muffin — Go For It Gas Sugar donut and coffee - Gert and Erma’s....
05/18/2016 - 10:12am
To the Editor: I have written this same information over the past 50 years that 70 percent of all new wealth in the United States is generated from agriculture and paid at the point of sale at the market place. In case you wonder where the other 30 percent of new wealth creation comes from, the other raw materials, it is the mining of ores, oil...
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