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Why aren’t you shopping locally?

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor I don’t care what they might trumpet in Washington D.C. or California, our economy here hasn’t gotten much better in the last few years. Here we work…

Old man winter has arrived – holidays next

Well the ground is still partially covered with the first snowfall of the season, which just arrived last Friday morning when we got up to a fairyland of white. Wednesday,…

May I walk with you? Sixty million plus…

By Dr. Daniel Fachting, PhD Since the historical supreme court decision to legalize abortion there have been upwards of sixty million people murdered in the womb.  But this doesn’t tell…

What’s Cooking?

Well, where has this year gone?  It is now time for the Thanksgiving Holiday and all those great foods that go with this thankful day…We here have so much to be…

May I walk with you? Pondering Fall

May I walk with you?  Pondering  Fall

By Dr. Daniel Fachting, PhD. For many of us the fall is a time of year when we do less.  The day light hours are shorter.  We get up in…

Nefarious November has arrived again

Nefarious November has arrived again

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent When it comes to the weather around mid-Michigan, November is definitely nefarious (wicked). Typically it’s cold nights and cold days, windy, cloudy weather, rain, and sometimes…

Whatever happened to old-fashioned campaigning?

Whatever happened to old-fashioned campaigning?

Mike Wilcox Editor/Publisher -As an avid observer of political campaigns I am appalled at the emphasis placed on fearmongering this election. Instead of electing the best candidate we are told…

A tale of two County Road Commissions

A tale of two County Road Commissions

By Supervisor Dan Dysinger Population density and types of roads drive how funding is distributed in the County Road Commissions in Michigan.  The most important formulas are derived from Public…

May I walk with you? Prepper…

In today’s language the term “prepper” is used for someone who believes that the economy and our world as we know it will soon be destroyed and that we will…

The Critical Role of Parents

Jim Walter, Superintendent Clare Public Schools What do children learn at home that contributes to success in school?  Despite no shortage of experts on this topic, the answers can sometimes…

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