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Thank you to Super Bear and their shoppers. Generous contributions were made to the Galcier Swim Club last Saturday while we were collecting for the annual Aqua Laps fund-raiser.
Right on, Empire. I've always boycotted Word of Mouth. I always thought it was one of the worst things the Empire put out. I was astounded at how terrible it was. I'm now pleased to be able to call and make a comment knowing full well that my name will appear as it should. No one should be commenting unless they are willing to stand up for what they believe.
Rand S. Bigelow
After less than a week it's become apparent that requiring a name is a good way to stifle a person's true opinion. Congratulations, Empire. Word of Mouth is now useless as a community viewpoint.
If the Empire can't maintain a decent quality of print, you should look for a real printer.
Anyone concerned with the Department of Transportation's proposed revisions of 10th and Egan should attend a meeting March 12 at 5 p.m.
I thought the summary of the February weather in Thursday's paper did not tell the whole truth. It made it sound like it was a rather dismal month. There were so many clear, sunny days. How could the word "sunshine" not be used in summing up the February weather?