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Did somebody change the rules?

Dear Editor, In response to Martha Putt’s letter of 11/23/2012, I find a few flaws. Unless somebody changed the rules, I thought we lived in a free enterprise economy. To…

Bias in the courtroom

Dear Editor, My son, an eight year Veteran of the United States Marine Corps and an Iraqi War Veteran stepped into a Clare County Court room on his daughters 2nd…

Free veterans dinner

  Dear Editor, I wish to acknowledge the owners, managers, and staff of the Ponderosa for the free dinner provided to area veterans. It was an acknowledgement for service that…

I am president

Dear Editor, Voting day, Tuesday November 6, 2012, I found myself in a quandary so to speak. Voting upon the important issues, I made my choices. Particularly concerning the local…

Unfair discrimination in the court room

Dear Editor, Mr. Young I understand just how you feel. I served this country as well, for which I was awarded Kuwaiti liberation medals from the countries of Kuwait and…

CGRESD survey

Dear Editor: Recently, more than 4,000 6th-12th grade students in Clare and Gladwin counties participated in a survey to assess their attitudes and behaviors related to various aspects of their…

Are they good neighbors?

Dear Editor: No one will argue that the rebirth of the City Bakery as Cops & Doughnuts has put Clare on the national radar.  People get off the highway with…

Thank you to the Veterans

Dear Editor, I am so sad to see the “small” turnout of people for Veterans day. I’ve seen more people out St. Patricks parade or Labor day parade. Come one…

Hurricane Sandy relief

Dear Editor:      Our hearts were heavy as we heard the continuing news of the Americans that were still homeless as a result of Hurricane Sandy hitting the east coast states. …

Unfair, unjust and ludicrous punishment

Dear Editor, Gentlemen, concerning the legal problem of unemployed gentlemen being charged with a felony. Being unemployed, not being able to pay financial support, to be a child or children’s…