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Michigan Small Business Owners Feel Optimistic About the U.S. Economy

Michigan Small Business Owners Feel Optimistic About the U.S. Economy

The upcoming presidential election has a lot of people on edge about the economy. Considering the fact that the average U.S. household carries $15,355 in credit card debt and $129,579…

People Can Be So Rude

This is a plea for a better understanding of people with medical conditions or disabilities. Unless you have a condition or disability you don’t know what it is like to…

Fall colors, writing and closing up the camper

It’s beautiful, and very colorful out there today and here I am (mostly) stuck inside on the computer. It is Business Profile time at the Review and that means an…

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s oldest and largest drug-prevention campaign in the country, reaching millions of Americans every year. It is held annually since 1985 and is just around the…

Road Millage: What we get, what will it cost you?

No one wants to pay more taxes; I’m included in that group. However, there is a consideration that can be made when a tax has direct and lasting benefit, right…

Energy Costs Projected to Rise in Michigan Due to Upcoming La Niña

Energy Costs Projected to Rise in Michigan Due to Upcoming La Niña

Last winter kept money in the pockets of many residents in northern states. Because temperatures were unusually high due to the El Niño, many did not have to spend nearly…

Sale Price of Enormous Log Cabin Lodge Now $20 Million Cheaper

Sale Price of Enormous Log Cabin Lodge Now $20 Million Cheaper

Sellers, take note: when you put your home on the market, every little thing matters. You might not think that something like interior design — which recommends you make aesthetic…

Matthew brings back bad memories

Matthew brings back  bad memories

Last I received a frantic telephone call from a friend now living in coastal South Carolina. Hurricane Matthew was headed their way, and she was seeking advice as to what…

Mid October already

Mid October already

The 15th of October is tomorrow and 2016 is winding down. I’m not really sure where September went, after all, wasn’t it just August? Thanksgiving is coming up and Christmas…

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Declares October 9-15 Fire Prevention Week

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Declares October 9-15 Fire Prevention Week

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has proclaimed the week of October 9 – 15 Fire Prevention Week across the state. A different theme is chosen each year, and this year’s choice…