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Proposal 3

Dear Editor, Proposal 3 will do more harm than good. So why support something that will hurt Michigan families and businesses? The 25 percent renewable energy standard may sound good…

Concerned parents

Dear Editor: Heavy hearts were lifted on Oct.3rd. as charges were dismissed against our son Jerami Young. Arrest and incarceration were ruled unlawful! Good call Judge Farrell! Attorney D.Todd Diederich…

Campaign signs

Dear Editor, It really feels like it has already been a long campaign season and boy will I be glad when it is finished. What I am really writing about…

Appreciating Veterans Day

Dear Editor: It is fitting that Veterans Day will always share a month with another national holiday – Thanksgiving.  While one promotes giving thanks for the bounty of our great…

Complaining to the people who deserve it

  Dear Editor: I am going to aim this letter of complaint directly at the people who deserve it. A little history first, Farwell Schools is striving to create a…

Dazed and confused

Dear Editor, “Tased and confused” is exactly how I felt after I was illegally tased 6 times within 45 minutes during an unlawful arrest and incarceration. I was tased 3…

Still wondering?

Still wondering on some of the candidates? Let me help. You have three solid individuals. Remember the names Wilson, Hovey, and Ambrozaitis on election time. My fulltime position with the…

Clare County

Dear Editor,                 I shall always have a special place in my heart for Clare County. Thanks to a couple of residents whose kindness and caring turned a disastrous visit…

Social security

Dear Editor: The tentative increase for Social Security recipients beginning 2013, is 1.49% pending the release of the September CPI-W, set to be released on October 16th. Based on the…

Response to final justice

  Dear Editor: I am responding to final justice… WOW!!! The words that were said are words from a wise man and a great friend.. I stand up and hold…