New Richmond-News Staff
Kwik Trip site plan should bring concern TO THE EDITOR Kwik Trip is attempting to build a second site at the corner of North Knowles Avenue and North Shore Drive in New Richmond, bordering the Willow River. This involves potential fuel tank storage of 70,000+ gallons that will be placed under water in the widespread which connects to the Willow River and St. Croix River. Potential water usage will be 200,000+ gallons per month from the car wash.
Rural drinking water TO THE EDITOR Do rural families have a right to clean drinking water from their wells? What we are learning across rural America is that many rural families cannot drink their well water due to contamination from e-coli, salmonella, nitrates, etc.
CPS handling of case is appalling TO THE EDITOR St. Croix County's CPS organization should be renamed. It should be called PTA (Protect The Abuser). Earlier this summer, my grandson was violently pushed into a wall by his father, resulting in a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and resulting neural damage as diagnosed by two physicians. He tells his doctors that dad pushed him because he wouldn't eat the tomatoes on his plate.
Will it ever end? TO THE EDITOR The headlines 20 years from now: Sept. 14, 2038, Anbar Province, Afghanistan, 3 killed in Action Gen. Louis McBane, lead general of the war in Afghanistan, decried the loss of three soldiers killed in action yesterday. McBane, however, noted progress seems to have been made towards ending the war, now in its 37th year.
Good help is hard to find TO THE EDITOR We have come into those times again. The times where if a kid don't like his job he can quit and go down the street and get another job.
City caused library director resignation TO THE EDITOR The Board of Directors of Friends of the New Richmond Library is deeply troubled by the recent resignation of Library Director Katie Marsh. Ms. Marsh was well-liked and respected by the library employees and the community, yet some members of the city government made her work environment so hostile that she felt compelled to leave only three months into her employment.
Heads in the sand TO THE EDITOR To the members of the St. Croix County Board of Supervisors,
A declaration of the art war TO THE EDITOR
An unrecorded 'summit' TO THE EDITOR As Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections proceeds, alarming revelations emerge almost daily. Hacking our voting systems is ominous, certainly, though there's no compelling evidence that direct tampering changed the outcome of the presidential election.
Clean water TO THE EDITOR Have you thought about clean water lately? Where does it come from — how and why? That has been on the minds of many in the Town of Emerald (and beyond) especially after learning of the massive manure spill at a local CAFO which was not reported for three months following its occurrence.