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Mike’s Musings- Ranting and Raving on a Snow-Covered Late April Day

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor   RAVE- Marion Superintendent Greg Mikulich is one of a kind, and unfortunately at the end of this school year, he is retiring. That’s it, come June…

Tis the season?

It’s time or it is suppose to be time to get out and shop for bargains at your local garage sale. Regardless what the Mother Nature says, Matt & Nichole…

Something to Celebrate- National Pet Month

Something to Celebrate- National Pet Month

April 1st through May the 6th is officially recognized as National Pet Month across the United States.  This month has been designated to celebrate the joys of pet ownership as…

Reflections- In search of a perfect church

Roger Campbell A Columbian came to faith in Christ through reading the Bible and soon after his conversion immigrated to America.  Here he began searching for a church where he…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces- The aftermath of a tragedy

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Monday was a terrible day for everyone in Boston and we have been watching in horror as events unfolded. What a horrible way for the Boston…

Mike’s Musings- Why is court hiding Dennis documents?

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor As if the Scozzari killing didn’t give Clare County a major black eye, now comes the murder of Floyd Dennis. Dennis, 68, the Harrison Board of Education…

Reflections- Lets stop staring at the garbage cans and flies

By Roger Campbell, author, broadcaster and columnist and a pastor for 22 years. He can be reached at rcministry@ameritech.net Something has happened to the thinking of Americans. A debilitating negativism…

Pat’s Bits and Pieces- Don’t give up yet- warm weather is coming

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent   Where else but in mid- Michigan would you have sunshine and temperatures flirting with the 60s on one day, snow flurries on the next and…

Mike’s Musings- 273 pound loss makes the impossible, possible

Michael Wilcox, Publish/Editor   Frankly, I get embarrassed sometimes when our front page is all doom and gloom. For instance last week we had stories on The Remedy Restaurant burning…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces- On the weather and gas prices

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Well April Fool’s Day has come and gone and spring still isn’t here. Even Mother Nature got in the act this year when she played a…