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There is good in Eric

To Whom It May Concern:  I am writing this letter on behalf of my nephew Eric Herron. Eric grew up in his younger days without a father in his life,…

Concerned about the Post Office

Dear Editor: I am writing as a deeply concerned citizen regarding the potential closing of many post offices and mail processing centers around the country, especially those in rural areas. …

Response to Lee Goff’s Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor - I read with interest Lee Goff’s letter to the editor, where he employs language intended to shock and scare readers about the state’s emergency financial manager law. …

SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT

Dear Editor:   THE ONLY THING WRONG WITH THIS CALCULATION IS THEY FORGOT TO FIGURE IN THE PEOPLE WHO DIED BEFORE THEY COLLECTED THEIR SOCIAL SECURITY!!!! WHERE DID THAT MONEY…

Honorable Judge Thomas McLaughlin will be stepping down from the Family Court system

To the Editor, At the end of this year we will be losing a long-standing member of our criminal justice system.   Honorable Judge Thomas McLaughlin will be stepping down from…

Strouse sheds light on county shortcomings

This is a letter by Commissioner Leonard R. Strouse of the 3rd District to inform the Citizens of Clare County we have major work to do concerning the BUDGET –…

We will continue to occupy Wall Street

After reading  You  and the Law’ on December 23, 2011, the words to a song written by my friend David Rovics came to mind.  (“It’s hard to believe, but I…

Headline was harsh

Dear Editor: I am saddened and disappointed in the headline accompanying the article pertaining to Surrey Township’s November 2011 board meeting.  I find the word “dump” harsh and misleading in…

Why not Michigan?

Editor, Why the big building and business boom in North Dakota? Oil, gas and friendly environmental laws. Why not Michigan? We have oil, gas, coal, copper and iron ore. We…

The Rise and Fall of the USA

When the leaders of the Soviet Union wanted to increase their power, they explained to the masses all of the things that they were entitled to.  That was made clear…