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Letters to the Editor

Letter: Ads taking over

To the editor: I can’t help but marvel at the new television technology as I can remember a time when the radio was king, long before anyone had a TV in their home. Almost everyone now has at least one large flat-screen television in their home.

Editorial: Bambi was memorable

Sad news out of Portland, Ore. this week. Lawrencia Bambenek, better known to the world as Bambi, passed away at the age of 52.

Editorial: Blame owners, not breeds

A tragic incident took place this week at one of the city’s off leash dog parks, and has reopened the debate surrounding what some call dangerous breeds. A small, chihuahua-mix was mauled to death by a larger dog that some describe as a pit bull.

Letter: Give cheerfully

To the editor: Every day since my family and I moved to Thunder Bay 10 years ago, we have been encouraged by the remarkable caring, generosity and community spirit of our fellow citizens.

Editorial: Christmas buying guide

Like it or not, the holiday season is upon us. This year, more than ever before, we’re encouraging shoppers to make their Christmas purchases close to home.

Cruller Chronicles

The Hobbits have done it. It’s too soon to know whether or not Keith Hobbs is the right choice for mayor of Thunder Bay but one thing is clear: his team knows how to win an election. The voters of Thunder Bay have spoken…sort of.

Letter: Time for change

To the editor: Now that the weather cleared sufficiently to let all candidates bring their signs down, I would like to take this opportunity to thank my family, friends and supporters throughout this wonderful city of ours; we couldn’t have made this

Letter: Liberal territory?

To the editor: In your Oct 29, 2010 editorial regarding possibilities for Lynn Peterson, you suggested she could pursue the Liberal nomination Ken Boschcoff presently holds.

Letter: Campaign retrospective

To the editor: First of all, I’d like to thank all of those who supported my campaign.

Editorial: Remember our troops

The world is rapidly edging toward the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War. Earlier this year Canada lost its last known survivor of the War to End All Wars, when John (Jack) Babcock died in February.
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