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This is your City Council that says one thing and does the exact opposite. You people who live in northwest Wadena with gravel streets and no city water or sewer – beware, it will soon be your turn.
It made our anniversary so very memorable, and now with all the dozens of cards and hundreds of Facebook posts from people all across the country, it has been an outstanding blessing.
Today, If a deer simply nips tulips in Wadena, it must die in misery. This is not our best logic nor our best selves.
Hunters are trained and cautious, but accidents happen because the sloppy hunters are there too.

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Consider how resident view Wadena and how visitors view Wadena. What's the difference?
Wadena-Deer Creek student Emma Weniger was recognized for her first place Patriot's Pen essay by the Wadena VFW Auxiliary. Read it in full here.
Verndale student Abigail Ervasti was recognized for her first place Voice of Democracy essay by the Wadena VFW Auxiliary. Read it in full here.
Ideas and opinions in this letter are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the stance of this paper. The author of this letter has paid for its placement.
Projects are coming together and more are developing in Wadena.
The following is a letter to the editor submitted by a reader. It does not necessarily reflect the views of the newspaper. To submit a letter, email editorial@wadenapj.com.

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The writer asks readers to consider the benefits of a local sales tax in funding the new Wadena library.
The writer asks readers to consider the benefits of a local sales tax in funding the new Wadena library.
Essentially, placemaking is a strategy and effort to realize the benefits of creativity and place-based identity in a town.

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