September 19, 2014
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After months waiting for an available copy of “The Hunger Games” to become available from the library, last week I finally got the notice that it was waiting to be picked up. ... more
It’s Lent, and area residents know what that means — Friday fish fry! more
At a pace that would make jet pilots green with envy, the Michigan government introduced, passed, and signed off on “right to work” laws during its lame duck session. Ostensibly, this is to give workers “greater choice” in the matter of their employment, and is such a positive thing that unions and businesses alike should be happy with it, according to Governor Rick Snyder, before he claimed that it will help spur growth of quality jobs in the state. more
This has been a pretty eventful summer if you’re a science buff like myself. more
For many of us, Memorial Day marks the start of summer. It brings visions of backyard barbeques, kids kicking up dirt on the baseball field and people lining the streets for parades. more
If you’ve read my columns over the past year or so, you may have noticed that I have openly talked about my hatred of bats and mosquitoes. Weird, I know, since bats eat mosquitoes. more
As Thursday brings us the final preseason game and Jim Schwartz still yet to announce a starting quarterback for the season opener, it becomes more and more apparent to me that 1st-overall pick … more
Another 2-percent, class-three revenue sharing distribution is approaching in Arenac County, and for many local units of government and school districts, grants funded by that revenue will be helpful in improving their communities. more
Former child actor and friend of the Autobots Shia LeBeouf seems to be leaving the bright lights of Hollywood behind him for a less glamorous venture — performance art. Of course, acting is … more
Bad habits are hard to break. The bad habits of a dog are even harder to break, especially if that dog is a stubborn cuss named Charlie. more
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