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County, City and Township did a great job this winter

Dear Editor: All the melting snow is finally the sign of spring we all have been waiting for, although I haven›t yet been able to erase the images of snow covering…

The real meaning of tolerance is not political correctness

To the Editor: Sadly, Christians continue to be shamed for not being “tolerant”. But what is tolerance anyway? Do we have to “tolerate” someone giving us money or performing kind…

War on drugs is a war on farmers

Letter to my Editor, Now the war on drugs IS THE WAR ON FARMERS targeting its own people.  It looks a lot like entrapment to me.  In 2008 the majority of the…

Halfway there!

Dear Editor: Last fall your paper published my story about my walk to the Mackinac bridge to inspire my son who will be leaving in June for marine boot camp. …

Bill would give youth a second chance

Dear Editor: Few things are worse than, as a young adult, making a mistake and having that mistake haunt you for the rest of your life. Attaching the stigma of…

Intolerance just one more step to Judgement Day

Hi, Mr. Wilcox, In my 60-plus years, this is my first letter to the editor. I couldn’t care less about seeing my name in print, I just wanted to put…

Who do you call? Central Restoration!

Dear Editor, Who do you call? Central Restoration is the answer. The owner, Justin Riedenauer and his employees are the best, they are neat, particular and honest and they go…

Hope there’s money for Hill Haven roads

Dear Editor, I read in your paper that Clare County Road is getting extra money from the state for road work. I hope that some will be used to fix…

U.S. being destroyed from within

Dear Editor: Just because it is the will of the people, the will of a minority of people, within the United States of America, does not mean it must be…

Happy about restroom renovations at fairgrounds

Dear Editor: I write as a concerned member of Clare County who was in our 4-H program for fifteen years and has served as a small animal judge for the…