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Appreciates work to organize Honor Flight

Dear Editor, I need to extend my most sincere appreciation to all of the thousands of people, yes, thousands of people, who had anything to do with Tuesday, June 24,…

Immersion program does help scores, research says

Dear Editor: In a previous letter to the editor, Jason Synder claimed he was unable to find any research regarding the cognitive and academic benefits of students in the Chinese…

Become involved with Honor Flight

Dear Editor, Last week Dan Abbott submitted a letter to the Editor in which he praised the tremendous amount of time, work and coordination that went into planning the Tour…

Constitutional rights are being eroded

Dear Editor: I read an article today reporting that the United Nations is intervening in a “Human Rights” crisis in Detroit.  There is 90 million dollars of unpaid water bills…

How can we improve Clare County’s understanding of the Honor Flights?

Dear Editor, Can you explain to me why there may have been as few as 6 people in Clare County who were aware of our recent Mid-Michigan HONOR Flight? Perhaps…

Ridiculous to reinstate Chinese program

Dear Editor, It has been brought to my attention that the Farwell Area Schools has to cut $600,000 from their budget. Although this is not surprising, it is shocking to…

Legislature a mess? That’s putting it too mild

Dear Editor, Mike, I could not agree with you more. Bureaucracy at the federal state and local level is worse than a “mess”. That word usage is too mild to…

Proposal to protect Michigan water, jobs

Dear Editor, I read an article in the Bay City Times written by Ken Brawn where he is making remarks concerning a proposal in the State House introduced by then…

Some people still honest

Dear Editor, It’s nice to know we still have honest people in the Farwell area. While leaving Buccilli’s a short while back, I dropped my credit card in the parking…

Poppies remind us of the ones that served

Dear Editor, From the battlefields of World War I, weary soldiers brought home the memory of a barren landscape transformed by wild poppies, red as the blood that had soaked…