Nancy Barnes: How we respond to reader concerns

  • Article by: Nancy Barnes , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 3, 2007 - 5:02 PM

Some of the changes the Star Tribune has made this year have prompted mixed reactions from the community. Even so, we want to hear about them.

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WayblissDec. 22, 0811:09 AM

Nancy Barnes Editor, Do You ever oublish any old Historical stories that are signifigant;I have used up all the info to find a artical likely written about the former Gen- eral & President Ulysses S. Grant vi-sit in 1883 in MN to see the opening of the N.W.Railroad passage.He had went as far as St.Cloud,MN.& on His return stopped at Anoka.MN. to visit all the Civil War Vets of the area & gave ainvitation to all of them to come celebrate with Him at the Lafayette Hotel on Lake Minnetonka for 1 week.A vet John Blesi was given special honors to have His picture taken By Gran'ts special orders of which I have this picture in My albums.I am a 87 Yr.old nexttoMy grave & 85% blind in dir need to find someone willing to look up this story on Grants 1883 MN,visit. Sincerely Wayne C. Blesi

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