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Was school aid package the beginning of voucher push?

June 27, 2016 Here we go again, or do we? The head of the Michigan Education Association trotted out this diddy the other day. more »»

Keep it safe when handling fireworks

June 25, 2016 Nowhere is the Fourth of July better than in Northeast Michigan. Of course mention the Fourth, and one naturally instantly thinks of fireworks. more »»

Water dominates the week’s headlines

June 25, 2016 Whether it was Flint, the Straits or Waukesha, Wis., water highlighted the news from this week for Michigan residents. First, out of Flint, it was announced late in the week by U.S. more »»

A passion for passionate care

June 25, 2016 When Carolyn Cassin lost her baby son, she went back to work the following Monday, devastated. The year was 1976 and people didn’t talk openly about grief and loss. more »»

More to be discovered about Orlando attacker

June 24, 2016 In Omar Mateen’s twisted mind, he was an “Islamic soldier” whose self-professed loyalty to the Islamic State terrorist group was more important than any moral compunctions he might have had about... more »»

Job well done to reach United Way goal

June 24, 2016 Congratulations Bruce Anschuetz and Jamie Anschuetz-Gohlke for leading the charge on a successful 2015-16 United Way Campaign. more »»

Know the law on fireworks usage

June 23, 2016 With the Fourth of July fast approaching, I have received many questions about fireworks. Fireworks remain a staple for evening and weekend enjoyment during the holiday weekend. more »»

We’re all in this together

June 22, 2016 George H. Healey was the Macebearer at Cornell University and a professor of English in the 1960s when I was a student there. more »»

Chain of command is where worry should begin with FBI probe of Clinton

June 22, 2016 President Barack Obama’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president did not compromise the FBI’s ongoing investigation into Clinton, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Sunday. more »»

Appealing to millennials

June 21, 2016 The first generation to never know a time before computers has entered the workforce and things haven't been the same since. more »»

We need effective, not easy, solutions for watchlists

June 21, 2016 In the rush to do something about people like Omar Mateen, mistakes are going to be made. more »»

Senators need to be more sensible with military bill

June 20, 2016 There is much good in a defense spending bill approved overwhelmingly by the U.S. Senate on Tuesday. more »»

Opposing view on Trump from lobbyists

June 20, 2016 While many of the commentators and the chattering class have come unglued over the latest round of Donald Trump-isms regarding the ethnicity of a judge and the president's comments about the... more »»

Thermal imaging purchase worth the price tag

June 18, 2016 Seconds are precious in times of emergency. Thus, any advantage emergency responders have in responding to a crisis is very much welcomed. more »»

A heart-warming story of giving

June 18, 2016 Every now and again you read one of those stories that tugs at your heart and leaves you with a smile on your face. more »»

How to do the right things as a father

June 18, 2016 Father's Day is Sunday. more »»

Let freedom soar

June 17, 2016 The sound of freedom filled the air again this week over Northeast Michigan. more »»

Obama’s oil tax increase proposal just plain bad

June 16, 2016 President Barack Obama’s proposed $10-per-barrel tax increase on oil deserved what it got Friday — a 253-144 vote against it in the House of Representatives. The Senate should follow suit. more »»

Elizabeth Wood

June 16, 2016 WOOD, Elizabeth S., 62, of Spruce died on May 9, 2016. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 18, 2016 at 2 p.m. at Elizabeth's house at 5452 N. Anderson Road, Spruc. more »»

Congress vouches for major changes to Medicare outpatient prescriptions

June 16, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — Calling the rising cost of drugs “unsustainable,” congressional advisers on Wednesday recommended major changes to Medicare’s popular outpatient prescription program, now 10 years... more »»

 
 
 

 

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