September 13, 2018 RSS feed / Letters

Don’t take a knee; respect those who brought us peace

Our beautiful national anthem, the Star Spangled Banner, still gives me goose bumps. Francis Scott Key penned these lyrics in 1814 during the battle of Fort M’Henry. More...

Actually, dem did accept PAC money

To the editor:   Jack O’Malley has been a voice on the radio for the last 30 years. You could always count on him to be a straight shooter no matter what issue was raised on his show. More...

Not ‘reverend in chief,’ look at the economy

To the editor: Two letters to the editor in the Sept. 6, 2018 edition of The Leelanau Enterprise require a response. More...

Lecture promotes peace, justice

To the editor:   This is an alert about the upcoming Belko Peace Lecture at the Northport  Trinity Church UCC. Annually (for) 14 years we have had a speaker promote peace and justice by educating us on vital issues.  On Saturday, Oct. More...

Candidate has passion for people

To the editor:   Leelanau County is where my wife and I raised our family and we have lived for the majority of our lives. More...

Candidate equipped to become judge

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GOP doomed public education

To the editor:   After eight years of Republican control of Michigan’s government, how do Michigan’s schools measure up? Not well.  More...

Holton doing great job in Northport

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Coffee with Empire Council a success

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Congressman all about big donors

To the editor:   Reviewing the Federal Election Committee financial reports filed by Jack Bergman reveals that Corporate PAC donations make up more than half of his contributions and more than three-quarters of the Corporate PAC’s are from More...

Candidate offers energy, patience

To the editor:   I have been a resident of Leelanau County for most of my life as a fruit grower. I have met many outstanding men and women in agriculture and other areas.  More...