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Impactful Practice

By Thom Slusher Clare County’s PGA Pro If I had to choose one deadly sin for the golf swing it would be when students flip the wrists right at impact…

Total Solar Eclipse Will Make A Partial Appearance In Michigan, Some Residents Plan To Travel

Total Solar Eclipse Will Make A Partial Appearance In Michigan, Some Residents Plan To Travel

Michigan’s celestial enthusiasts looking to catch a glimpse of this year’s total solar eclipse can now plan their route on the Great American Eclipse website. The site’s tools allow users…

Deford death brings memory of a destructive tornado

Deford death brings memory of a destructive tornado

In a holiday weekend where several icons, most notably Gregg Allman and Chris Cornell, made their way to heaven, one will always be forever imprinted in my memory- Frank Deford.…

Summertime – It is finally here — unless it snows —

Summertime – It is finally here — unless it snows  —

I know, summer doesn’t officially arrive for two and a half more weeks, but ours officially began last weekend with nice weather and our annual four-day mini vacation at the…

Proud to be a Pioneer

Proud to be a Pioneer

As the school year winds down, it’s a good time to reflect on where we’ve been and where we’re headed. First, a few thanks are in order: Students at their…

Fake news destroying my profession

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor I’ve struggled mightily this week with a topic for my column. You see I have been writing a column for nearly 30 years, and sometimes it is…

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…

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