October 24, 2014
Opinion
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Do you miss over-the-top loud commercials with fast-talking announcers straight from a monster truck rally promising a certain product will make your life more “extreme”? Do you long for the … more
The death of a young person before their time is one of the worst tragedies a family can deal with, and in a close-knit community, it is often felt by the whole town. Arenac County has dealt with … more
Parents, grandparents or guardians can be helpful in assisting with a child’s education. They can attend parent-teacher conferences and open houses to ask questions about coursework or projects and volunteer in the classroom during different activities. more
America is no longer the top dog in many areas it was once dominant in due to a long, lingering recession, the emergence of other countries around the globe and other factors, but there is one list the U.S. continues to top easily. more
As summer finally has made its way into the area, orange cones are popping up along local roads and highways, signaling the start of road construction in Michigan. During this hectic season, for … more
Change is always scary, but it is something that has to happen as we go through life. As I covered two different graduations, I found myself listening closely to the valedictorian and … more
This Saturday is the Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Drug Take-Back Day, and it’s the perfect opportunity for people to get rid of old prescription pills, which, according to Det. Lt. Jeff Keister, with STING, have become the new gateway drugs. more
What anniversaries are considered “noteworthy” — one year? Five years? 12 years? 30 years? more
Many people often view primary elections as a waste of time, due to the fact that they do not feel they should be limited to voting for just one political party. Their complaints are not baseless, but that is not a reason to skip the primary election Aug. 5. more
Change has always made me nervous. Even as a kid, big events like the first day of kindergarten or transitioning from middle school to high school gave me some anxiety. As I get older, I still … more
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