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Special booth planned at Lumberjack Festival

Farwell residents are being asked to take a few minutes while they are at this year’s Lumberjack Festival and help create a master plan for Parks and Recreation. A special…

Come see us at the Lumberjack Festival

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The lucky thirteenth annual Farwell Lumberjack Festival, organized by the Farwell Area Chamber of Commerce, will be held July 27, and 28. The weekend starts off…

Reflections- Our rich Heavenly Father

By Roger Campbell My working associate was a top-notch salesman and highly respected by our employer and others, but he had a severe drinking problem that nearly ended his life.…

Girl Scouts still healthy

Dear Editor: Recent stories in the national and local media about changes at Girl Scouts of the USA take a broad-brush approach which has left many volunteers and loyal supporters…

Immigrants should earn rights and privileges

Dear Editor: So many letter writers have based their arguments on how this land is made up of immigrants. Ernie Lujan for one, suggests we should tear down the Statue…

Leave the Amish alone!

Dear Editor, Someone please tell Joel Johnson to leave the Amish people alone, they do no harm to the Republican “tax the poor caucus” maybe we should tax their homemade…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces- Dog Days of Summer

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent The “Dog Days” of summer were named because it was the hottest time of year, the time when dogs were most likely to contract hydrophobia (rabies).…

Mike’s Musings- Stop playing the race card

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor Zimmerman jurors got it right. Why is “race” still an issue in 21st Century America? I really thought as a society we had gotten past that issue…

Hot weather could lead to heat stroke

Michiganders are no strangers to hot summers but they may be unfamiliar with the hazards that accompany the high temperatures. Some of the most dangerous possibilities associated with high summer…

Couple asks city to pay for sewer backup

“We are totally appreciative of living in Clare,” Cathy Rendel said, “after living abroad for many years. We understand the city thinks their sewer was working. We are sort of…