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Time to remember…

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Monday is Memorial Day. To a lot of people it is just another holiday — a three day weekend. almost the end of school, and the…

Parents who host, lose the most

By Goldie Wood, Prevention & Outreach Manager, Ten 16 Recovery Network “Fun Day in the Park: Free Fishing & Cookout” One of the most rewarding activities in recovery is spending…

May I walk with you?

By Dr. Daniel Fachting, PhD. What do Christians believe? Loving Mary… Ah! The month of May! When the promise of April showers brings on the flowers. The days begin to…

A day to ‘remember’

By Roger Campbell Ministries Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, was first celebrated on May 30, 1868 on an order from General John Logan.  In 1882, the name was changed…

Words of wisdom from Bono, Black and others

Words of wisdom from Bono, Black and others

Commencement exercises for young men and women across the nation begin this week. It is a time for those earning their degrees from a college to graduate to adulthood and…

May already blooming on by

May already blooming on by

May is already winding down with just a week and a half left in this most beautiful month of the year. There’s something to be said for every month of…

Stop the hysteria, Obamacare far from dead

Stop the hysteria, Obamacare far from dead

If William Shakespeare were alive today who would probably agree with me. The hysteria over the U.S. House of Representatives passage of an Obamacare replacement is “Much ado about nothing.”…

Mother’s Day is Sunday

Mother’s Day is Sunday

It doesn’t seem possible that it can be here again already, but it is. Wasn’t it just March? Suddenly the leaves are all out. Flowers are blooming and yes, the…

Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week

This week, parents, students, and communities come together in showing appreciation for our teachers! The first full week of May each year is designated as “Teacher Appreciation Week”. I encourage…

News from your Sheriff

News from your Sheriff

We currently have 186 inmates lodged in the Clare County Jail which consist of 99 local, 4 Department of Corrections, 49 Federal, and 34 Renters. During the month of April,…

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