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Regarding the front page article “Lessons of Distraction,” published Friday, May 20, I was quite offended by the picture in which students were examining a minivan in which two lives were lost.

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The editorial published Feb. 20 by Crystal Dey “Many shades of hate” left me totally bewildered.

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I read a recent Open Forum (“Smear tactics ahead,” published Oct. 8) attacking Stewart Mills for considering a run in the Minnesota Congressional 8th District. In view of the fabrications in the article, some clarification is in order.

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I am writing to address some of St. Louis County Commissioner Raukar’s concerns about the City of Chisholm’s proposed Highway 73 to 84 reroute of County Road 5 (as reported in the Hibbing Daily Tribune on Sept. 13).

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Editor’s Note: This is in response to Dr. Chad Scott’s column “Helping the children of the Hibbing Catholic community” published on this page on May 10.

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Response to “Letter writer should dig deeper” Letter to the Editor submitted by Rob Farnsowrth in the Wednesday, March 18, edition.

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Response to “Lay Blame Where Blame is Due” Letter to the Editor submitted by Joe Lopac in the Tuesday, March 17, edition.

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Response to “Our leaders are the problem” Open Forum submission by G. Harry Maddison in the Friday, March 13, edition.

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With a new superintendent soon to be hired, there should be a public outcry for a complete overhaul of the school board, principal and vice principal, and a new policy regarding the police liaison put into effect immediately.

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The HDT article “Terminated administrator to return to HHS” (Friday, March 6) has informed us that once Jac Fleming returns to Hibbing High School (HHS), his duties will include: truancy, general site supervision, testing, home school, the alternative learning program (ALP) and curriculum.

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I retired from the Hibbing School District in 2013 after 16 years with the district. My office and program were based at the high school.

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Having graduated from Hibbing High School, and with my youngest being a part of the 2014 graduation class, has brought me into contact with school personnel that I have gotten to know throughout the years. I have gone to countless events and am still directly involved in football, hockey and…

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The Hibbing Daily Tribune article, “PUC Hears Scranton Plant Proposal” dated Nov. 15, gave facts on a expensive plan to treat Scranton surface water via a treatment system.

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