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Adult Science Literacy in America is in Real Trouble

Dear Editor: Adult science literacy in America is in real trouble, when more adults know who Juan Pablo (the latest from Bachelor) than know Dr. Neil DeGreese Tyson (Astrophysicist and…

Beware of road millage

Dear Editor: Grant Township Residents: Beware of the road repair millage! In 2013, hundreds of thousands of your township dollars were spent on “chip and seal,” part of a road…

Clean campaign refreshing

Dear Editor: In a time when the negative campaign ads are flooding the airwaves, newspapers, and mailboxes (which we all don’t like) it is refreshing to see that in the…

‘Bearly’ exciting!

Dear Editor: My husband and I were driving west bound on Arnold Lake Rd October 21 at 6:10 p.m. when a 250-300 lbs black bear ran out in front of…

Township sold a bill of goods

Dear Editor: Let the truth be known. Just a few years ago Freeman Township was presented a proposal for a Broadband Tower that would provide the citizens of Freeman Township…

BS…No wonder the voters are confused

Dear Voters, With the BS network in full swing, it is easy to tell that an election is just around the corner. Impossibly contradictory statements are flying left and right.…

Thanks to a helpful lady

Dear Editor I want to send a shout out.. THANK YOU TO A WOMAN…. My son wanted to help me out with food, he went to Witbeck’s to pick up…

Outside money – what is it buying?

Letter to the editor, The election for State Senator representing the 33rd senatorial district is only a few weeks away, pitting the Democratic challenger, Fred Sprague, against long-time legislator and incumbent,…

Reader calls editor ‘biased’

Dear Mr. Wilcox, I was quite surprised by your angry response when I asked whether my letter would be published. Your “you people” comment took me aback. On a fairly…

Reader worries over food assistance cuts

To the Editor: I am a 70-plus senior who is irate and frightened. The government has cut the food bridge card consistently. My benefits started out at $189/mo. This amount…