Newspaper Contact Information for Submitting a Letter to the Editor


Where to Email your Letter to the Editor

Twin Cities' Newspapers:

Star Tribune: Email at or use the form online at (200 word limit)

NorthNews & Northeaster: Use the form online at

City Pages: Use the form online at

Twin Cities Daily Planet: Email at

Minnesota Daily: Use the form online at (300 world limit)

Southwest Journal: Email Sarah Mckenzie at

Pioneer Press: Email at

MinnPost: Use the form online at (300 word limit)

Minnesota's Women's Press: Email at

The Downtown Journal: Email at

The Wake: Email at

Duluth, Rochester, Mankato, Morehead, Winona & Redwing:

Duluth -Zenith City Weekly: email

Duluth-News Tribune: email

Duluth - The Statesman (University of Minnesota Duluth): email

Rochester - The Democrat and Chronicle: email

Rochester - email

Rochester City Newspaper: email

Mankato Free Press: go to bottom of home page and click letter to the editor (in the submissions category)

Mankato Reporter: email

Moorehead - Inforum: go to opinion tab, click on letters, select letter to the editor in the top right hand corner, fill out  personal information and submit

Winona Post: Click on letters to the editor tab at the top of the home page, click send a letter to the editor

Winona Daily News: email

The Red Wing Republican Eagle: email

Smaller Town Newspapers:

Grand Forks Herald: (don't forget to click "yes" where it asks "may we publish this?")

Thief River Falls- TRF Times and Northern Watch:  email editor David Hill-  (640 word limit)

The Bemidji Pioneer: send to editor Matt Cory at cory/contact (don't forget to click "yes" where it asks "may we publish this?"400 word limit)

International Falls Journal: email editor Laurel Beager-

Hibbing Daily Tribune:  (250 word limit)

Grand Rapids Herald Review:  (500 word limit)

Virginia- Mesabi Daily News:  (250 word limit)

Cloquet- Pine Journal: (don't forget to click "yes" where it asks "may we publish this?")

Brainerd Dispatch: (select "Reader Opinion, Letter to the Editor")

Alexandria- Echo Press: (don't forget to click "yes" where it asks "may we publish this?")

Detroit Lakes - DL Online: (don't forget to click "yes" where it asks "may we publish this?")

Little Falls- Morrison County Record: (200 word limit, due 5pm on Wednesday)

Litchfield Independent Review: Email editor Andrew Broman- 14.

Willmar- West Central Tribune: Email editor Kelly Bolman (don't forget to click "yes" where it asks "may we publish this?")

Hutchinson Leader: letter/ (300 word limit)

Marshall Independent: (500 word limit)

Worthington Daily Globe: (don't forget to click "yes" where it asks "may we publish this?")

New Ulm Journal: (500 word limit)

St. Peter Herald:

Northfield News: (250 word limit)

Fairbault Daily News: (250 word limit)

Owatonna People's Press: letters/ (250 word limit)

Austin Daily Herald:

Albert Lea Tribune: (500 word limit)

Cambridge- Isanti County News: Email editor Rachel Kytonen,

Buffalo- Wright County Journal Press:

Waseca County News: letters/ (200 word limit)

Farmington Independent: contact (don't forget to click "yes" where it asks "may we publish this?")

Prior Lake- The American: (250 word limit)

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