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Until the truth comes out

Dear Editor: It’s a “justice delayed” kinda Friday…Emmet Till was brutally killed in 1955…I am sure that each of you is familiar with the circumstances of the case so I…

Courtroom discrimination

Dear Editor, Maybe Ms. Bouck’s son has been watching the wrong shows on Television. Having a judge tell you that you are wrong about your own income and watching an…

Kudos to Farwell Area Community

To the Editor: I was recently featured in an article about my photography contribution to the Drama program to Farwell High School.  I would like to comment about the program…

When will it be enough?

Dear Editor:   I read with disgust the front page article of the November 30th issue announcing the “New Trial” in the Scozzari matter. My question is when will it…

Did somebody change the rules?

Dear Editor, In response to Martha Putt’s letter of 11/23/2012, I find a few flaws. Unless somebody changed the rules, I thought we lived in a free enterprise economy. To…

Bias in the courtroom

Dear Editor, My son, an eight year Veteran of the United States Marine Corps and an Iraqi War Veteran stepped into a Clare County Court room on his daughters 2nd…

Free veterans dinner

  Dear Editor, I wish to acknowledge the owners, managers, and staff of the Ponderosa for the free dinner provided to area veterans. It was an acknowledgement for service that…

I am president

Dear Editor, Voting day, Tuesday November 6, 2012, I found myself in a quandary so to speak. Voting upon the important issues, I made my choices. Particularly concerning the local…

Unfair discrimination in the court room

Dear Editor, Mr. Young I understand just how you feel. I served this country as well, for which I was awarded Kuwaiti liberation medals from the countries of Kuwait and…

CGRESD survey

Dear Editor: Recently, more than 4,000 6th-12th grade students in Clare and Gladwin counties participated in a survey to assess their attitudes and behaviors related to various aspects of their…