12:44 PM Oct 22, 2014
To the Editor: Soren Kierkegaard once said, “There is a shrewdness which, almost with pride, presumes to have special elemental knowledge of the shabby side of existence that everything finally ends in wretchedness.”
4:30 PM Oct 21, 2014
To the Editor: Regarding the meeting concerning the cross removal: This issue is built on a false premise.
4:00 PM Oct 21, 2014
To the Editor: I know you didn’t ask anything of me to further explain my past editorial (letters) and this will be my third of recent date concerning the controversy of the cross on Dewey Hill.
3:00 PM Oct 20, 2014
Here are two letters to the editor in support of keeping the cross on Dewey Hill:
12:53 PM Oct 13, 2014
To the Editor: A founding father rolled over in his grave last week when Americans United for the Separation of Church and State (AU) asked the city to take down a cross and put up a display promoting lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-gender pride.
10:51 AM Oct 13, 2014
To the Editor: Interesting letter recently stating religion should not be public (“Your Views,” Sept. 29). I not only think that is a mistake, I believe it is wrong.
1:00 PM Oct 10, 2014
To the Editor: I would like to thank former Grand Haven resident Jeff Grunow for launching the campaign to show support for the cross on Dewey Hill.
4:00 PM Oct 9, 2014
To the Editor: I would like to offer my comments and observations regarding the controversy over the cross on Dewey Hill.
3:30 PM Oct 9, 2014
To the Editor: I’m amazed with the stories you choose to headline. Specifically the credence given to Jeff Grunow.
3:00 PM Oct 9, 2014
To the Editor: In response to recent comments about our Dewey Hill cross, yes, the cross has been a symbol of torture, agony and shame, but after what Christ did for us for the remission of our sins, it has become a symbol of faith, hope and love.

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