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Will take more than donuts and breweries to save Clare

Dear Editor, I have lived in Clare for 45+ years, Clare has taken changes, as all towns have. When I was growing up Clare had it all. As the big…

Kudos to Dr. Schepperley

To The Editor: This letter leaves me heartsick, but my heart tells me it needs to be written. Over the weekend of August 1st, 2014, we lost a beloved member…

Take a break, have some fun at the Relay for Life

Dear Editor: On the weekend of Aug. 9-10, get your kids away from the video games and yourselves away from the TV or chores, and come out for an hour—or…

Disappointed in the midway at the fair

Dear Editor, What a disapointment the midway was at the Clare County Fair. Not worth the money at all. The rides sucked and they were so old they did not…

Taxes must be used for intended purpose

Dear Editor, I don’t think most citizens of Michigan, including myself, know what the tax revenues from the tax acts our legislators pass are really funding, and not just funding…

Proposal 1 means stronger, safer communities and more jobs

Dear Editor, Michigan needs stronger, safer communities and more jobs, which is why I’m voting yes on Aug. 5 on Proposal 1 to reform the way local governments are reimbursed…

Moolenaar is the man

To the editor, The August 5th primary election is this coming Tuesday and voters will have the important job of selecting who will most likely become our next congressman for the…

Obama usurps Congress’s authority

Dear Editor: The Obama administration just trumpeted the report that the United States gained 288,000 jobs in June. In fact, in June the nation LOST 523,000 full-time jobs, and, what…

Stevens does a great job

Clare County Review Newspaper Subject: Coverage of the MBH Rendezvous by correspondent Sylvia Stevens July 28, 2014 This is a letter of thank you to Sylvia Stevens and the Clare…

Politics keeping it local and stopping the mob. 

Dear Editor: We fixate ourselves on national politics to such a degree we forget that the real power sits in our state and local governments.  Take for instance the office of…