Letters to the Editor

Latest Letters to the Editor

Come see the show

If you like to laugh, don’t miss the last play of the season at the Beckwith Theatre, “Miracle on South Division Street.” The story line ... Read more  | Add your comment

Martin’s Super Market worthy of praise

Martin’s Supermarket and its employees deserve a pat on the back for serving meals to our veterans on Veterans Day. Read more  | Add your comment

Thank you, bond voters

To all who voted in the Nov. 3 school bond election: To our “yes” voters — thanks very much for your votes! To our “no” ... Read more  | Add your comment

Pastor thanks community for hard work

First United Methodist Church would like to thank the 110 volunteers who came out for National “Make a Difference Day” on Saturday, Oct. 24. Read more  | Add your comment

Petition available to get fracking on the ballot

If you are concerned about fracking in Michigan, and want voters to be able to decide the issue in the general election next November, please ... Read more  | Add your comment

School board: Vote ‘yes, yes’ Nov. 3

The following letter was written by me, on behalf of the Dowagiac Union Schools Board of Education. All of us together have an opportunity on ... Read more  | Add your comment

Where are the 3D movies?

As have many southwest Michigan residents, I have enjoyed attending movies at Wonderland Cinema/Moore Theaters in Niles. Read more  | Add your comment

Thanks to all for the Warbirds fly-in

I’d like to express a note of gratitude from myself and perhaps all the folks who were able to witness the Warbirds at the Dowagiac ... Read more  | Add your comment

World needs improved customer service

I’m a person who retired from the business world where the words “Outstanding Customer Service” were our mantra. Today, it seems that businesses, especially those ... Read more  | Add your comment

How can we achieve our common goals?

I believe that most of us in Southwest Michigan share a common set of goals for our community — high quality education, good-paying jobs, affordable ... Read more  | Add your comment

Brandywine teachers are not being valued

Education is a critical foundation for success. Teachers are the primary architects of this foundation. Read more  | Add your comment

No such thing as free breakfast

An article in last week’s Daily News, “Free Breakfast Offered,” stated that “the meals would be offered (to Dowagiac school students) for no charge to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Beckwith players succeed again

The current play “The Last Five Years” is much more than a conversation between two people. This is a musical, accompanied by a talented string ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. A big thank you  | Add your comment
  2. Upton choosing politics over security  | Add your comment
  3. Thanks for another successful year at the Berrien County Fair  | Add your comment
  4. Animal welfare not an issue to take lightly  | Add your comment
  5. Reducing gun violence an urgent priority  | Add your comment
  6. Consider supporting LMC’s Campaign for Tomorrow  | Add your comment
  7. A pleasure to see show come to life  | Add your comment
  8. Iran nuclear agreement ‘as good as it gets’  | Add your comment
  9. Thank you for the support  | Add your comment
  10. Niles fire chief displays honesty, integrity  | Add your comment
  11. Come see the show  | Add your comment
  12. ‘100 Women who Care’ is amazing!  | Add your comment

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