Letters

Letters to the Editor

Losing the right to elect Republican candidates

February 7, 2024

Losing the right to elect Republican candidates Letters to the editor are opinion editorials submitted by readers. Letters to the editor are a long tradition in American journalism. The views and opinions of the writer do not necessarily reflect those of Mason County Press, its staff or its parent company. For more information, please refer to MCP’s Op/Ed policy. Dear…

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Superintendent thanks school board members

January 8, 2024

Superintendent thanks school board members Letters to the editor are opinion editorials submitted by readers. Letters to the editor are a long tradition in American journalism. The views and opinions of the writer do not necessarily reflect those of Mason County Press, its staff or its parent company. For more information, please refer to MCP’s Op/Ed policy. Dear Editor and…

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Letter to the Editor: Should Pentwater residents trust the MML?

December 4, 2023

Letter to the Editor: Should Pentwater residents trust the MML? Letters to the editor are opinion editorials submitted by readers. Letters to the editor are a long tradition in American journalism. The views and opinions of the writer do not necessarily reflect those of Oceana County Press, its staff or its parent company. For more information, please refer to OCP’s…

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Letter to the Editor: Opposition group uses intimidation tactics

August 10, 2023

Letter to the Editor: Opposition group uses intimidation tactics The ‘Boycott Pentwater City’ group opposes a proposal to go before voters that will ask if Pentwater should transition from a village to a city. Dear Editor, Attention Pentwater Township taxpayers — we have high property values AND we pay relatively high tax rates. This is the opinion of the Citizens…

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Community involvement is key to child abuse prevention

April 6, 2023

Community involvement is key to child abuse prevention Dear Editor, We all share a responsibility for the wellbeing and healthy development of children and their families, as it is crucial for the future health of Oceana County. This year’s National Child Abuse Prevention Month is the perfect time to help people understand that prevention only happens in partnership.  According to…

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