Where’s the deception?
Concerning one writer’s issue with advertising appearing in the Dispatch:
If at the top of an ad it states that it is an advertisement, then what would possibly be deceptive about that? I’m sure that the Dispatch assumes that people looking at the newspaper know how to ...
If a lie is “the intent to deceive”, the Brainerd Dispatch has joined the “liars club” big time. The Dispatch accepts advertising that has big bold headlines that look like a part of the news, and then there is a tiny disclaimer at the top that says it is advertising. The clear intent is to ...
Armed citizenry a positive
Can it be? A person with enough intelligence, knowledge and position to come out with a statement like “Armed citizens might be a more realistic answer to the evolving trend of terrorists to attacking soft targets rather than hardened areas.”
Ronald Noble, head of the ...
The devastating Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) derailment of two trains at Casselton, N.D., on Dec. 30, 2013, is not an isolated incident.
BNSF has had previous derailments at this site.
It doesn’t get much plainer than this. Some of us are older than the Baby Boomers getting ready to retire. We walk a little slower and our eyes and hearing are not what they once were. We have worked hard, raised our children, worshiped our God and grown old together. Some refer to us as over the ...
With the extreme cold temps, everyone needs to bring their dogs and cats indoors. Even the dogs that are always outdoors in a kennel or dog house need to be brought into a shelter. This can be a heated garage, basement or your home.
A heartwarming photo
After I saw the photograph taking up the entire front page, with no news article, and Scripture reading from Isaiah, I had the thought that it would bring considerable comment and letters to the editor! I have not seen even one.