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A way to celebrate Earth Day

A way to celebrate Earth Day

Dear Editor, With the 50th observance of Earth Day on April 22nd, each of us can contribute by reducing our driving, use of electric energy, and consumption of animals. Yes, that.…

PBB…A threat to our health

Dear Editor, PBB is part of my family history. I would be grateful that this letter can be used to inform others. In 1973, there was an accident in Michigan…

Urges…Pray, pray, pray

Dear Editor, Most people have figured out by now that communism is the British crown and the international bankers, the Bilderburg group. George Bush senior was knighted, while president in…

Tells Editor Don’t give up coffee

Mike: In regards to your column about your desire and failure to give up coffee: Don’t sweat it. In fact, continue to enjoy a cup or two.  If you’re like…

Today’s Teenage Fears

Dear Editor: Issues involving guns and schools have been increasingly pushed forward as a major legislative concern.  A lot of this push has come from the students who attend these…

Rehab center wonderful

Dear Editor, I recently read an article in the “Clare Review” about the Kenedy family of Harrison endeavoring to open a drug rehabilitation center in Harrison. How wonderful! It has…

4th grades also enjoy Dr. Pol

Dear Editor, How very nice of Dr. Pol to come and visit two of Clare Primary fourth grade classes. I am sure all of the students had a fun learning…

Tired of rumors — Farwell Senior/Community Center is NOT closing

Dear Editor, The Board of the Clare County Senior and Community Center in Farwell, MI are tired of hearing rumors to the fact that our building is closing down. We…

Communities need to support meal sites

Mike, I have attended senior meal centers for a long time and I have to say that the Clare County meal centers are top notch! I think compared to the…

Worried about police protection

Dear Editor, Reading the Review last week I was disturbed to read police chief Brian Gregory say Clare was limited for police protection when the event at CMU unfolded. When…