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Letters to the Editor

Published 4:31 pm Tuesday, July 27, 2010

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Send letters via mail to: Letters to the Editor, Albert Lea Tribune, 808 W. Front St., Albert Lea, MN 56007, or via e-mail to letters@albertleatribune.com with the subject “Letter to the Editor.” Letters cannot exceed 500 words. They must have one author. Petitions are not printed. Letters must include address and telephone number for verification purposes — only your name and city of residence will be printed. Each author may write one letter per calendar week. Letters are published as soon as space allows. To request a guest column, contact Managing Editor Sarah Stultz at 379-3433. Feel free to call if you don’t see your letter.

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