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Letters: Make sense

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Facts about World War I

(Part 3)
 
Jan. 21, 1918, Washington announced abandonment of Gen. Von Falkenhayn’s reorganization of the Turkish Army due to the desertion of 160,000 Turkish troops between Constantinople and Palestine. 
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Cheers to Robotics, jeers to proposed health care plan replacement

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Time for healing


Trying to wake up after thoracic surgery
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Facts about World War I

(Part 2)
 
After the U.S. declared war on Germany leaders were faced with the task of transporting troops and supplies 3,000 miles across the ocean and raising and training the troops necessary.
 
Tue
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We really have come a long way


Cally and husband Darby Nundahl live in rural Frazee and have six children. Cally enjoys spending time with family and friends, quilting, writing, painting, the outdoors and the country life. She is a writer, photographer, typesetter and proofreader for the Frazee-Vergas Forum.
Remember the old Virginia Slims cigarette slogan “You’ve come a long way baby” from 1968? How about the song “We’ve Come a Long Way Baby” by Loretta Lynn recorded in 1976?
 
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Letter: Don’t stand on the sideline during these political times

Leland Jenson, Detroit Lakes
Leland Jenson, Detroit Lakes
In 1975, while stationed with the Berlin Brigade, my company toured a portion of what was then East Berlin.  
 
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Letter: ‘Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty’ – Wendell Philips

Carol Strache, Frazee
Carol Strache, Frazee
The following is a quote from a speech at the Cooper Institute in 1863:
 
“The whole world is witness to the fact how often a zeal which begins as the purest of intentions ends in absolute moral blindness.”
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Letter: Time to call your legislators

With legislative sessions in full swing, it is vital for rural constituents to contact legislators regarding issues that affect our communities. Here are some simple tips for calling your legislators.
 
Tue
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Facts about World War I

(Part 1)
 

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