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June 15
Extra piping and storage tanks at the Al-Corn Clean Fuel ethanol plant in Claremont, Minn., in April 2020. The plant produced materials for use in han

Readers Write: Ethanol, food production, history, critical thinking

No need to be bound to petroleum.
June 14
Health workers reacted as people applauded them from their houses on March 26, 2020, in support of medical staff who were working on the COVID-19 outb

Readers Write: Health care workers, emergency rooms, Uptown, Pulitzer prize, the Twins

Once again, well done.
June 13
A carving at the Jeffers Petroglyphs site in southwestern Minnesota at Red Rock Ridge. The outcrop contains petroglyphs carved by Indigenous people fr

Readers Write: Red Rock Ridge, Ilhan Omar, UnitedHealthcare coverage, Walker Arts Center

Preserve this sacred space.
June 12
An ethanol plant in Emmetsburg, Iowa.

Readers Write: Corn and ethanol, Betty McCollum and defense spending, Prince of Peace site, heroes

When sitting on a surplus, stop maximizing.
June 11
Drivers maneuver along what would be the border-to-border “adventure” route in northern Minnesota.

Readers Write: Border-to-border route, ethanol, electric vehicles

Separate trails by purpose.
June 10
An emergency room in St. Louis Park. UnitedHealthcare announced it would stop paying for non-emergency care provided in emergency rooms, then said on

Readers Write: UnitedHealthcare, Minneapolis Park Board, public parks

Motives: Greed and disregard.
June 9
Indigenous leaders and other protesters marched to the boardwalk leading to an Enbridge pipeline construction site on Monday.

Readers Write: Line 3, reopening George Floyd Square, gun rights

Don't trust Enbridge.
June 8
Humans and canines walk through the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden on Monday in Minneapolis. Temperatures in the city are still high.

Readers Write: Climate change, biking, recent shootings, George Floyd Square

My garden wilts; the planet warms.
June 7
Historic Fort Snelling in 2019. The state, not the Minnesota Historical Society, would manage the site under a proposed bill.

Readers Write: Historic sites, St. Paul development, race

Get real, Kiffmeyer.
June 6
Readers Write: Aging, D.C. statehood, a full-time Legislature, traffic cams, UFOs

Readers Write: Aging, D.C. statehood, a full-time Legislature, traffic cams, UFOs

When you're 70, write to me.
June 5
An ATV rider on a county road near the Nemadji State Forest in early May.

Readers Write: ATVs, motherhood and prison, Lake Street's recovery, church attendance, the nonvaccinated

A hue and cry against the engines
June 4
President Joe Biden silently prays during a moment of silence at a commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre.

Readers Write: Race, civil unrest, Catholic Church sex abuse

It's OK to admit progress.
June 3
People visit Minnehaha Falls in summer 2016. This summer could look a lot more normal as people get vaccinated.

Readers Write: Pandemic life, Chauvin's sentence, Eagan parks trash policy, UFOs

The end is in sight.
June 2
The Pentagon released three videos on April 27 that depict unexplained “unidentified aerial phenomena” and were recorded by pilots between 2004 an

Readers Write: Jan. 6, aliens, COVID-19 vaccines, Naomi Osaka

An investigative irony.
June 1
A few water bottles and other trash littered the grass at Cinnamon Ridge Park in Eagan. Residents are complaining about an ambitious trash plan for Ea

Readers Write: Garbage, solutions to violence, new kinds of warfare

Bigger shift required.
May 31
The Edina Cinema, on West 50th Street near France Avenue in Edina, in 2015. Letter writer Will Labovitch’s list of films that he saw there includes

Readers Write: Edina Cinema, immigration, abortion

Edina Cinema will be missed
May 30
Protesters, including anti-vaccine activists, demonstrate against COVID-19 restrictions in Los Angeles in January.

Readers Write: Vaccines, virus origins, Jan. 6, development

In memoriam, get the shot.
May 29
About 40 church members attended a service on May 16 at First Lutheran Church of Crystal.

Readers Write: Church attendance, marijuana, the 'inhabited universe,' comic strip's taste

The May 23 front-page article "More pews empty than ever before" considered several reasons for the decades-long decline of the religious segment of society:…
May 28
Readers Write: Vaccine incentives, responsibility for violence, tax credits

Readers Write: Vaccine incentives, responsibility for violence, tax credits

Unfair? Maybe, but worth it.
May 27
A worker wipes down counters at Sweet Martha’s Cookie Jar in preparation for the “Kickoff to Summer at the Fair,” an event running at the fairgr

Readers Write: Vaccine incentives, Scott Jensen, breakthrough infections

So the responsible get ... nothing?