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Mike’s Musings– School administrators in hot water after they ban tribute t-shirts

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor Caitlyn Jackson, 12, a sixth-grader at Battle Creek Lakeview Middle School, died on Saturday night after a long bout with leukemia. In her honor several of her…

Just Thinking– What is going on with our Government?

Dr. Ray Augenstein I guess I should say the Government, because the people in Congress and the Senate are not representing me.  I have no voice; in fact 83% of…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces– Hunting Season arrives once again

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Opening day of deer season, almost another major holiday here in the north country, is now just one short week away. As we are now the…

Mike’s Musings– Never again, moving too stressful

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor I forgot how tough moving is. Throughout my life I’ve moved several times. I’ve moved to Florida and back. I’ve moved from one Michigan town to another.…

Just Thinking– Old People

Dr. Ray Augenstein George Vonce, Bass singer for the Cathedrals quartet, Used to poke fun at his singing partner Glen Payne, after which he would say, “I love old people”.…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces– Laundry baskets and junk drawers

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent I have been on this computer all week long and this place looks like it. You would think with just the two of us living here…

Mike’s Musings– Obama can take his health care and shove it

“I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore,” said the fictional Howard Beale in the epic film, 1976’s NETWORK. I too am upset. The rollout…

News from your Sheriff

John Wilson, Clare County Sheriff We currently have 186 inmates lodged in the jail which consist of 73 local, 30 Federal, 79 Renters, and 4 Department of Corrections.  During the…

Just Thinking

Dr. Ray Augenstein We had to go to Manistee this weekend to meet with our Daughter and grandchildren. We drove on M-61 to 175, then on towards Cadillac.  We had…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces- October is winding down

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Here it is October 25 already and another year is winding down. I’m not really sure where September went. After all, wasn’t it just August? Christmas…