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Gas speculators – Just like parasites!

Dear Editor: Upon seeing the recent spike in gas prices that were attributed to a rumored refinery problem it caused me to compare greedy speculators to the tick I removed…

Forestry Corner- Oak Wilt Reminder

By Carli Morgan, Forester As the warm summer months approach, we have become busier and busier with field work at the Conservation Districts. I have the pleasure of meeting new…

Reflections- ——God is enough——

By Roger Campbell A minister called the advertising editor of his local paper to announce the title of his upcoming sermon. “My sermon this week will be titled “The Lord…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces- Dad’s special day is almost here

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Father’s Day is just a week from Sunday. Father’s Day is a day of commemoration and celebration of Dad. It is a day to not only…

Mike’s Musings- Who is looking out for our money- It’s not the IRS

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor Seeing a couple of ragged souls on McEwan St. this week, waving their placards and asking passersby to honk if they dislike President Obama’s job performance, made…

BBBS announces match

BBBS announces match

Mid Michigan Big Brothers Big Sisters would like to welcome and introduce Big Sister Tanya Ehrsam and Little Sister Mariah who were matched on Monday May 8TH in Farwell. They…

Bussel, Weiner honored

Michigan Technological University has released the Dean’s List for the 2013 spring semester. To be included, students must achieve grade point averages of 3.5 or higher. Those earning straight A…

Michigan Works initiates Harrison garden project

By Genine Hopkins Michigan Works! Marketing Coordinator Kelli Nicholas and Career Transition Coordinator Bonnie Smalley don’t take no for an answer, finally realizing their project to connect gardening with their…

5 charged in MP armed robberies

5 charged in MP armed robberies

On February 2, 2013 our department investigated a report of an armed robbery in the area of S. Main St. Through the cooperation of the Isabella County Sheriff Department and…

Mother bound over on homicide charges

By Cathy Taylor Correspondent Day two of testimony was held last Thursday in Missaukee County District Court in the preliminary examination of evidence surrounding the death of 14-month-old Payton Disbrow…