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Vaccines – an alternative view

Dear Editor: Vaccines: An Important Alternative View Anne M. Hobart, board certified Naturopathic doctor – March 6, 2015 First, I want to thank Mr. Andrew Frisch for his thoughtful column…

Abolish Daylight Savings time

Editor, I find it interesting that you chose to comment on Daylight savings time.  An article on face book also makes mention that a Ann Arbor Democratic Rep. Jeff Irwin…

Fuel tax increase?

Dear Editor: Per the Free Press, each year, the 41.7 cents per gallon minimum fuel tax would be increased by 5 cents per gallon or the rate of inflation, whichever…

Second Hometown

My Facebook page alerts me, there is something going on in a little community south of Mt. Pleasant where I once spent a lot of time as a grandchild of…

Scoop or stay at home!

Dear Editor: I am really furious ! I could use all kinds of expletives  I’m so irate. However I would Like you to just put in the paper. To  My…

Headline confusing

Dear Editor: Whoever wrote the headlines for the front page of the Feb. 27 edition did a nice job. They were They were attention-grabbing dealing as they were with local…

Clare County Foundation grants total $200K

To Foundation donors: Clare County Foundation members enabled us to grant back to Clare County non-profit organizations nearly $200,000 over the last two years. Your donations to your community foundation…

Is it thawed or unthawed?

Dear Editor: I am somewhat puzzled by Rosemary Horvarth’s article on the Hayes county offices.  I can’t figure out why their maintenance department would work to “unthaw” the buildings pipes. …

Scientists can’t make up their minds

Dear Editor, Global Cooling? Global Warming? Climate Change? Scientists just can’t make up their minds can they? They were calling it Global Warming, and then it got cold last winter,…

Reader responds to ‘Scientists have no reason to lie’ letter

Dear Editor I read Mr. Frisch’s article with interest. It would be humorous if the subject weren’t so serious. We would probably all agree that in an ideal word, scientists…

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