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MMCC is the real winner in Clare plan

Dear Editor, The Review’s coverage of the school’s plan was very good.. The plan sounds good. Maybe it is. Certainly the Board of Education was impressed. Participants and their parents…

Appreciation for senior meal volunteers

Dear Editor: I am writing to you with a heart filled with gratitude for our volunteers that so selflessly give of themselves everyday to see that homebound seniors in Clare…

RESD grateful for support from Knights, Friends of Library

Dear Editor, I’d like to express my appreciation to the Gladwin Friends of the Library, as well as to the Knights of Columbus councils in Clare, Gladwin, and Harrison for…

Responds to ‘Antler Point Restrictions’

Fellow Michigan deer hunters, I am writing this in regard to “Antler Point Restrictions” the proposed change in the deer hunting restrictions in all of Michigan. The proposal by wealthy…

You may live in a country run by idiots

Dear Editor: Please publish the following. I believe it to be so true and would like to share it with your readers. By Junius P. Long If you can get…

Stop signs mean STOP!

Dear Editor: I live on the corner of West Park St and Bringold. WE have Rail road tracks with stop signs. the 20 years  I have lived here I have…

Thanks all for Christmas wish program

Dear Mike, I would like to take the time to thank you and everyone that took a part in the Christmas wishes at Christmas time. A special Thank you to…

Kudos to McGuires for help with food distribution

Dear Editor, Kudos to Tom Kleinhardt, owner of McGuire’s Chevrolet of Clare for volunteering their parking area for the January free food distribution and especially for allowing the people who…

We need hope!

Dear Editor, It’s Christmas time again and I would like to share what’s on my heart. Many citizens are jobless, homeless and with no “hope”. Just struggling to live. “We…

Response to Eaton and Johnson letters

Dear Editor, This is the response to Vince Eaton and Marty Johnson. The original letter was named “Poor and waiting in the cold for a little help.” My first response…