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Program at Laurels is not music therapy

Dear Editor: There was recently a news article in another local paper about a music program at the Laurels of Mount Pleasant. It is a wonderful thing, I agree. But…

The Climate is like Baseball–Juiced!

Dear Editor: Baseball and climates are games of averages.  In baseball, a pitcher is defined by his or her strike outs and ERA’s; a hitter is defined by his or…

Citizens United influences politics and corporations

To the Editor: Citizens United has expanded the influence of money and corporations in politics, a situation most people recognize as a negative in the function of a free and…

Right to carry Michigan vs. West Virginia

Dear Editor, Like Eric Isaac of Clare, I’m also happy for the citizens of the state of West Virginia, 2-19-16. On the other hand I’m not happy that the people…

Kindness and condolences from community

Dear Editor: On January 24, 2016, our family experienced a big loss when Leonard McJames, husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle passed away.  In the past month, we have learned…

Garfield blight ordinance

Dear Editor: When I read the letters to the editor in last week’s paper about Garfield Township and its proposed blight ordinance, I was saddened.  Can’t we just get along,…

Garfield Twp. Blight ordinance referred to as “Armageddon” and a plague of “raw fear”

Dear Editor: In recent articles in the Review, controversy over the proposed Garfield Twp. Blight ordinance has been referred to as “Armageddon,” a plague of “raw fear,” and locals are…

MMR and two angels saved my life

Dear Editor: 3 am. Most people are asleep. Or still weaving their way home from the local bar. Or staying up to watch TV because they just got off of…

Old buildings have history, others don’t have the right to tear them down

To the Editor, In regards to your article about the Garfield Twp issue, I agree with Gary Hendershot 100%. Very well put! I am so sorry you did not win…

County poverty levels not new to nutrition network

Dear Editor: The poverty numbers that Mike Wilcox raised in his last column are indeed disturbing.  Unfortunately, these numbers are not new to us here at the Community Nutrition Network. …