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Letter to the Editor

Last farewell to Mother

To the editor:

You may remember me as Bob Cottam, the guy with the plaid tam that has become my trademark apparently. From time to time, I have written about numerous subjects, and I hope you, the readers, have found them interesting.

Arena must benefit all

Dear editor:

I’d like to take this opportunity to write in reaction to the article which appeared in Thursday’s edition of the Daily Bulletin concerning whether or not the town should bring in a new “no-alcohol” policy for the planned ice rink auditorium.

Starting a trend

Dear Mr. Editor:

Your paper last week carried the obituary for Don McNabb, and I noticed it mentioned the fact that for some time he trucked milk to Kenora.

I would like to elaborate a little on this part of his life. This was in his younger days, in fact more than 40 years ago. Before that, no milk went from this district to Kenora.

Flemming letter

To the editor:

This letter is being read by the people of the Rainy River District after the municipal elections and our students are back in school...so back to TVOntario!

Making a difference

Dear sir:

In the fall of 1995, we circulated a petition in Fort Frances and Northwestern Ontario. It was directed to the National Parole Board requesting that parole be denied to Neil Scott Soutar, convicted of brutally raping two young women in Fort Frances. At the time, he was the director of IVIK Youth Services here.

Martens letter

The editor:

I would like to respond to some of the letters that were published in the Nov. 6 “Bulletin.” The strike by the teachers in this area and in this province shows the very reason we need the provincial government to step in and put a stop to the problems that are in the system.

Paxson letter

Dear editor:

I have been following the on-going dilemma facing the board of education over the “multi-use” facility, and find it very disconcerting as well confusing.

Brown -Letter

Dear editor:

It is a sad commentary on our democratic society when one refrains from making public comment that runs counter to the apparent majority for fear of backlash or reprisals against one's children. However, after one week of the teacher's illegal strike and no end in sight, I have decided I have to comment.