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Election’s over and now we can look forward to fall fun

Election’s over and now we can look forward to fall fun

Well the election is finally over and most people are either happy or full of gloom and doom about it. I think I am one of the latter, but a…

It is your civic duty to be an informed voter

It is your civic duty to be an informed voter

Mark this date- it’s November 8. No matter what you’re doing. No matter how you feel, you must pull yourself out of that Laz-e-Boy and get to your precinct and…

October’s over – here comes November!

October’s over – here comes November!

Well the summer clothes are collecting dust and the winter clothes are in use again. I have even seen people in town wearing winter coats! I have to admit I…

Needed: A National Sense of Right or Wrong

Needed: A National Sense of Right or Wrong

“Anything goes.” Those two words describe too much of what is happening in our struggling society. We seem to have lost our sense of right and wrong. Witness our skyrocketing…

Environmental Company Training Rescue Dogs to Sniff Out Human Fecal Pollution

Environmental Company Training Rescue Dogs to Sniff Out Human Fecal Pollution

Specially trained dogs are helping keep humans across the country safe from water pollution by sniffing out human fecal bacteria in broken sewer pipes, leaking septic tanks, and illegal sewage…

Why aren’t you shopping locally?

Why aren’t you shopping locally?

I don’t care what they might trumpet in Washington D.C. or California, our economy here hasn’t gotten much better in the last few years. Here we work hard  every day…

First snow in Clare!

First snow in Clare!

Doesn’t that sound like a great headline? Unfortunately the reality, although beautiful, is that this is the beginning of our long, cold winter that is just around the corner now.…

Michigan Small Business Owners Feel Optimistic About the U.S. Economy

Michigan Small Business Owners Feel Optimistic About the U.S. Economy

The upcoming presidential election has a lot of people on edge about the economy. Considering the fact that the average U.S. household carries $15,355 in credit card debt and $129,579…

People Can Be So Rude

This is a plea for a better understanding of people with medical conditions or disabilities. Unless you have a condition or disability you don’t know what it is like to…

Fall colors, writing and closing up the camper

It’s beautiful, and very colorful out there today and here I am (mostly) stuck inside on the computer. It is Business Profile time at the Review and that means an…

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