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Happy 4th of July America!

Happy 4th of July America!

To me the 4th of July kind of brings all our nations remembrance and celebrations all into one big finale. I love the 4th of July and what it stands…

Michigan Woman Claims Fidget Spinner Caught A-Flame, Calls Safety Into Question

Michigan Woman Claims Fidget Spinner Caught A-Flame, Calls Safety Into Question

Fidget spinners started to sweep the nation a few months back, despite the fact they’ve been in existence for several years. While they’ve been applauded for helping those with ADHD,…

So this is summer?

So this is summer?

So summer has officially arrived, at least according to the calendar. For most of us summer arrived a couple of weeks ago when the sweltering heat made its return and…

Holiday weekend starts July fun around the area

Holiday weekend starts July fun around the area

June is winding down again. There’s only one more week until the end of our first summer month for 2017, but the summer fun is just beginning. This week it…

A time to give….

A time to give….

At a time when the economy has many churches cutting back on community outreach and missionary work, a Chicago area church is doing just the opposite. This congregation has determined…

Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet

Piper, pet ID #211D17, is a female pit mix who was surrendered by her owner. She is about 46 lbs. I don’t have an age on her intake record but…

General Motors Falsified Diesel Fuel Emissions, According To Michigan Lawsuit

General Motors Falsified Diesel Fuel Emissions, According To Michigan Lawsuit

General Motors Co is the subject of a Michigan class-action lawsuit that accuses them of selling thousands of vehicles that release too many emissions. The Globe And Mail reports that…

Christian fatherhood…

Christian fatherhood…

Other than God Himself, I have received no greater gift than to be a husband and a father. I am blessed to be the husband of a wonderfully beautiful and…

Mid-June – summer is sliding on by

Mid-June – summer is sliding on by

It doesn’t seem possible, but June is already half-over and the annual summer festivities for the Fourth of July are now only one week (Summerfest) and two weeks (Fourth of…

My father, my hero

My father, my hero

This week I gave pause to reflect on my hero, my father. Although he was buried seven years ago, there isn’t a day I don’t think about him, and this…

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