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Letters

Quinn writes, "Russia could have no better friend than Fox News to stir up the worst elements of our society. The right wing 'Replacement Theory' is getting Americans killed at a discount."
Kovach writes, "We all sympathize with Ukraine, but it is time for European nations to take up the slack in dealing with problems in Europe. America has done more than enough."
When you vote for the Fargo School Board next month, make one of your choices Melissa Burkland.
I’m writing this letter to tell Fargo voters why I believe Al Carlson is the right choice for Fargo City Commission in the upcoming election. Of all the many candidates, he has -by far- the most experience critical to city governance.
I’ve known Al Carlson since we were in grade school. I’ve known him as a home builder, a church member and a North Dakota legislator. I’ve always respected him. He’s a no-nonsense man. If you don’t know Al, I have a suggestion. Hear what he has to say and I think you’ll want to vote for him in the upcoming election.
I have been actively involved in city politics for many years. Most recently, I’ve attended all of the debates for the City of Fargo Mayor.

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Allie Ollenburger, a candidate for the Fargo School Board, responds to a recent column by Mike McFeely
Connor disagrees with Lloyd Omdahl's recent column calling China "nothing but a mischievous pussycat"
Rachow takes inventory of President Biden's first term in office.
Seedley writes, "Sentences are to serve two purposes. One is to penalize the criminal and the other is to send a message to others that it will cost you to commit a crime. The messages sent by more and more of these soft judges is that you will get away with crime and there will no or very little consequences."
Solinger writes in support of Fargo developer Jim Roers following criticism over his failure to build a promised buffer of townhomes as part of a full-block development next to North Dakota State University.
Hulse writes, "As with the Roosevelt Neighborhood Association now, residents living near north Fargo’s 'Pony Land' were none too happy when Roers proposed building what eventually became the U32 apartments along 32nd Avenue North."

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