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    To the editor:

    Mike Long is honest, ethical and hard working. He is a devoted husband, father and friend who serves his community without hesitation and is always willing to help others. He is decisive, calm and level headed.

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    To the editor:

    I would like you to know that I am endorsing Bob Cooney for election as Judge for the 86th District Court.

    Bob has served the citizens of this area as the Prosecuting Attorney for Grand Traverse County for nearly 25 years.

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    To the editor:

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    To the editor:

    Our family recently received a postcard filled with fear and falsehoods concerning Kathy Wiejaczka. As a registered nurse for 40 years, she has always put her charges AND their suffering families first. To associate Kathy with the false argument of “death panels” is nothing more than campaign lies.

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  • 10/10/18--12:18: What about Bob?
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    To the editor:

    My husband and I have been acquainted with Peachy Rentenbach for almost thirty years. We’ve always known her to be kind and friendly and a good listener with intelligent judgment.

    We respect her highly.

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  • 10/10/18--12:18: Voting for ‘Peachy’
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    To the editor:

    Defenders, like columnist Mona Charen, make two claims in defense of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s elevation to the U.S. Supreme Court that especially need rebuttal.

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    How does one thank a community who has provided so much hope for my family? I am not sure I can effectively thank everyone who has made my terrible ordeal much brighter. Hearing the words pancreatic cancer hit me like a runaway train. It was a surreal feeling that made it difficult to deal with the new reality that my doctor was explaining. What about my wife? What about my kids? My parents?

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    Editor’s note: Tim Skubick is taking April off. In his place, we are publishing a column by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy.

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    To the editor:

    After reading V.M. Gutowski’s letter to the editor in the October 4 Enterprise, I did some fact checking by reviewing all contributions of $100 or more as reported to the Secretary of State by the two candidates running for our state house seat.

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    To the editor:

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    To the editor:

    Leelanau UnCaged 2018 defied cold and clouds to warm the streets of Northport with song, dance and laughter. People came early and stayed. Closing act Denise Davis and the Motor City Sensations played twice as long as planned, in an electric, unforgettable performance.

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    To the editor:

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    A column by Jen Murphy

    As the credits rolled on the screen and the tears rolled down my cheeks, I heard myself say, “That is not my America. It’s just not.” And I knew everyone else in the still dark Bay Theatre must have been thinking the exact same thing.

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  • 10/10/18--12:18: Heard around Leelanau
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    “Just walking in the door, a patient is relieved because they see me.”

    — Russell Korson Leland Township firefighter. See our salute to first responders in Section 3.

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    Journalism matters now more than ever.

    That’s the theme this year for National Newspaper Week, which we’re celebrating.

    Yes, celebrating. Because newspapers are more than paper and ink.

    Newspapers are thoughts.

    They’re life - and, at times, death.

    They’re reflections of the places they serve.

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    The family business was on display last week in a Leelanau County courtroom. The scene was surreal.

    Perhaps that was predictable, as a key witness testified against her mother. Her former boyfriend had testified earlier.

    Their relationships revolved around drugs, so some foggy memories and scripted testimony were expected.

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    Organizations wishing to have their public events listed in this calendar can email Amy Hubbell at amy@leelanaunews.com or call The Enterprise, 256-9827, before 5 p.m. Friday.

    TODAY

    7:20-8:20 a.m. — Step Aerobics: Old Art Building, Leland; $8.

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