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Reflections– Just leave last year’s baggage behind

By Roger Campbell, author, broadcaster columnist and pastor for 22 years Satchel Paige, the baseball diamond philosopher of another era, gained national recognition for his rules for successful living. The…

Just Thinking– Back in the arms of Winter

Dr. Ray Augenstein Wow, here we are again back in the arms of winter. Does it make you want to curl up inside a nice warm blanket, with a roaring…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces– January is here and so is winter!

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Christmas is over, another year has come and gone, and now we can start the annual countdown to spring again. This is the week to put…

Mike’s Musings– Lions fire Schwartz, Hoke should be next

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor Okay, I confess. I am a self-proclaimed football nut. I was literally in heaven this past week with a dozen bowl games including the big one- MSU’s…

Reflections– Christmas revisited

By Roger Campbell, author, broadcaster columnist and pastor for 22 years Christmas has arrived and you’re not merry. Memories of Christmases past haunt you with scenes of simpler, more meaningful…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces– Resolution time again

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent I am only making one resolution this year – not to make any more resolutions! Every year about this time, I start thinking about the things…

Mike’s Musings– Our communities give and give and give

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor I have always lived by the basic creed, “It is always better to give than receive.” After working days on this year’s Christmas Wish program, I can…

News from your Sheriff

John Wilson, Clare County Sheriff We currently have 177 inmates lodged in the jail which consist of 72 local, 22 Federal, 81 Renters, and 2 Department of Corrections. During the…

Superintendent’s Corner– Thankful

“Simply blessed.” ― LaNina King Tis the Season to be “thankful.” I am proud to share that I am a Christian. I have been attending a wonderful Sunday School class…

Just Thinking– Christmas

Dr. Ray Augenstein Too often people try to avoid controversial subjects, maybe for fear of offending someone, or not wanting a conflict, but sometimes we have to stand up for…