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Hummingbirds heading south

Dear Editor, It’s that time of year again when Hummingbirds will be making their long trek South. Keeping feeders filled with the right concentration and no coloring can help them…

Close encounter for a van and motorcycle rider

Dear Mike, We all know about helmets for bike riders, both favorable and unfavorable. Yesterday, as I was coming home from Clare, on west-bound Surrey Road, I encountered a motorcyclist…

Admires the Amish folk

Dear Editor, I admire the Amish folk. I admire their deliberate choice of a simpler lifestyle. I admire their work ethic. I admire their dedication to family and community. I…

Inhumane cruelty to cage animal for life

Dear Editor, Of all of the inhumane cruelty of mankind’s kindness? I once knew of a small, very beautiful little dog named Goldie. Like a little cocker spaniel, I guess…

Healthy options for kids

Dear Editor: With the new school year starting, parents’ to-do lists are now filled with shopping for school clothes, school supplies, and school food. That’s right – school food! In…

Thanks!

Dear Editor: Just wanted to thank you for your great coverage in your last issue of Harrison’s Street Fair and the city’s 125th anniversary . Loved the old photos you…

The taxpayers of Clare have a right to know

To the Editor:  Ken Hibl is perhaps unaware of how he and the police chief get paid — let alone how the city buys things such as police vehicles. During…

As Summer Ends A New School Year Begins

Dear Editor, All school age kids love the pleasures of summer: extra family-time, long playdates, late nights, warm nights, and sleeping-in with no reason to hurry out the door in…

Rail Trail Thank You

Dear Editor, Thank you to whoever picks up trash and mows the Pere-Marquette Rail-Trail parking area and around the Mill Pond. I looks wonderful after you come through and is…

To the Clare County Board of Commissioners

Dear Editor, Think! Is the amount of money you want to save by eliminating the MSU-E worth the price of one child that can grow up to be an outstanding…

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