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Just Thinking

Courtesy By Dr. Ray Augenstein   I saw a shocking event today, I don’t usually let things get to me, but in this case, I felt my dander rise, and…

Just Thinking – Where is our Civic pride?

How many people care about their Government, and its leaders? How many are concerned about the services, and protection we have?  I am ashamed to say that not many people…

Pats Bits & Pieces – Marvelous Muddy March – where are you?

The marvelous, muddy month of March is here again – or it would be anyway if some of this blooming snow would just melt. Here it is a week into…

Mike’s Musings – Tristen makes Farwell proud

Congratulations and more are in order for Farwell’s first ever state champion in any sport. Tristen Zienkiewicz, was crowned 160lb. champion at the MHSAA wrestling championships at the Palace of…

Adopt A Pet

Cuddle Bunny (070C14) is an owner surrender that needs to find his forever home.  Cuddle Bunny is a very sweet boy that loves attention.  Cuddle Bunny ended up at the…

Golfing with the pro – Improved putting

Everyone knows that good putting is vital to shooting good scores but it is often glossed over when we practice.  This is the first of three parts on how to…

Superintendent’s Corner – Reflections on Farwell Schools

As another snow day passes us by, I am reflecting on our school district.  What makes Farwell Area Schools so great?  Just a short time ago, the readers of the…

Just Thinking – I’ve got a feeling

I’ve got a feeling that spring is on the way. I’ve got a feeling that in spite of all that is going on with the Health Care program, Citizens are…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces – Don’t complain, it can be worse

I was sitting here today grumbling to Jack about our lousy, bitter, cold, snowy weather and bad roads with more of the same predicted and March nearly here. Then I…

Mike’s Musings – Just when you think it can’t get any colder, it does

I know you’re sick and tired of reading rants from this writer about winter, but you’re going to have to hear it one more time. It’s Wednesday Feb. 26, and…