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Responds to letter on roads

Dear Editor, Just a few lines regarding last week’s letter to the editor! First of all, I enjoy the Amish and they are welcome. But I have to tell you…

Comic Relief

Comic Relief

Dear Editor: When a book or movie is getting too serious, it is common practice to take a bit of a breather from the drama with some comedy. This is…

Response to Tina’s letter

Response to Tina’s letter

Tina, Amen to the letter you wrote in the Clare County Review regarding the noise from the trucks on the roads. From what I understand the owners of these vehicles…

Agrees with anger over Grant truck, noise restrictions

To the Editor, In your article “Residents voice anger over Grant truck, noise restrictions”, I agree with them in being upset. It is trying to stop hard working people from…

Media beats President into the ground

Dear Editor, I thought anyone in the U.S.A. born here and 35 years of age could run for and become president of this country. So here comes a guy not…

Tickets discriminate against Amish

Dear Editor, So I’m here to tell you that people that drive down certain roads with steel tires are being ticketed. Such as Amish, loggers and farmers, which sounds to…

Veteran upset over prices

Dear Editor, We know why Walmart is not wanted in the Clare area! Just walk into Walgreens or Rite Aid and look at prices on stuff! For a prescription from…

Activated charcoal, a cure for the itch

Dear Mike, What in the world has befallen upon you now, my friend? Poison ivy is it? Calamine lotion. Better yet, activated charcoal. Think like a doctor dermatologist. Make compresses…

Vegetarian diets and poisonous snakes

Mike, This is in response to two letters in the 6-30-17 edition. To Payton Nicholson’s letter: Payton, you’ll never convince me and most other thinking persons that a vegetarian diet…

Drive-thru etiquette

To the Editor: Dear Editor, the season of summer means the season of travel, and travel means stopping for food along the way. I’ve been working in fast food throughout…