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A difficult lesson to learn

Dear Editor, We read with interest Mr. Timothy Bailey’s letter to the newspaper about taking personal responsibility. The problem is that not everyone that is hassled by authorities has done…

That is not honorable, your honor

Dear Editor, I was at the October 24th Lake of the Pines Meet the Candidate event with a friend when something quite astonishing happened. I should disclose that while I…

Police should take responsibility too

Dear Editor, This letter is a response to the letter sent in last week by Timothy J. Bailey. On one had you are correct Mr. Bailey, people should be strong…

Proposal 5

Dear Editor, This letter concerns Proposal 5 on the November ballot. The proposal would require virtually all tax policies of the State of Michigan to be decided either by a…

Shame on Review for misleading title

Dear Editor, The program was all planned, end of story! Shame on “The Review” for the headline, some people fail to read the complete article. Mary Tyler…

In response to Timothy Bailey

Dear Editor: This letter is in response to Mr. Bailey’s letter last week. I am Jerami’s father. It seems like you have given an opinion about something that you have…

Increase school millage?

          Remember when Michigan sales tax was 4%?  Remember that it was raised to 6% to fund schools?  That was 18 years ago, in 1994. http://www.educ.msu.edu/epfp/meet/01-26-04propa.htm           Since sales tax…

Tell the truth

Letter to the Editor, Why is Mitt Romney not telling the truth to the American people? Last month on a campaign stop in Bedford Heights, Ohio at American Spring Wire,…

Freedom Fest

  Dear Editor: On behalf of the Committee for the Veterans Freedom Park; we would like to take the time to acknowledge the following people and businesses that helped make…

Buy an ad

Dear Editor: It appears that all certain candidates have to do to get free coverage in your paper just prior to the election is to have someone write a letter…