Opinion

Read this week's Letters to the Editor in the Nov. 5 Kossuth County Advance. Here are excerpts: ...On behalf of AAUW-Algona Branch, I want to thank the Kossuth County Advance for the article, “What...
... It is at this point in your life that you ought to remember that your duty as a Christian citizen does not end on election day, and that neither does your duty as a Christian citizen end when...
IOWA FARM BUREAU FEDERATION STATEMENT ON CONGRESSIONAL EFFORTS TO ELIMINATE COMBUSTION ENGINE From Iowa Farm Bureau Federation President Craig Hill:   “Last week, a group of U.S. senators...
Read this month's Midwest book review by Michael Tideman in his Writers & Writing column on the Commentary page in the Oct. 29 Kossuth County Advance. Here's a tease: ...Police and anti-human...
Check out the Letters to the Editor in the Oct. 29 Kossuth County Advance. They are:   Response to pastor’s mask wearing, freedom letter: Pastor Brad Sherman’s letter in last week’s Advance was a...
... Let’s sum what we’ve learned since June: Trump bad, Biden good. Biden bad, Trump good. Greenfield bad, Ernst good. Ernst good, Greenfield bad. I hope that helps you make a decision, if you are...
... For the next seven days, I sang “Go Tell Aunt Rhody” approximately 754 times, along with “Hail, Hail to Michigan,” “On Wisconsin,” “My Sigma Nu,” and the rest of the odd assortment of songs whose...
While driving through Humboldt last week, out of the corner of my eye I saw the temperature on an electronic sign. It said -197○ F. I blinked and then peered through my rearview mirror to look at it...
... Let us look at what the characters, and what the soils represent in this parable. The sower is God. The seed is the Word, the Bible. The different soils are people. You and I, and everyone in...
... If I moved over to pass, I would see headlights a mile back in my rear view mirror flashing as if to say: “Get out of my way, I’m coming through.” ... Read more about Jim and Marsha's adventure...

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