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Every season, at this time of the year, fans, analysts, players, coaches, administrators and everybody else in college football begin arguing their stance on the current Bowl Championship Series … more
Call me cynical. Tell me I am wrong, but I just think this whole “man with a golden voice” story is destined for failure and a sad ending. more
Though I don’t share in the general loathing of the dentist office that’s the norm among most of my friends and acquaintances, there are parts of my visits I find frustrating. more
Editor, In response to the “Privatization vs. Public Service” article in the March 4, 2009 issue: My name is Theresa Irving and my official title is Arenac County Building Department Clerk, … more
There’s nothing you can do to convince me to open my basement door. All I see is some sort of black pit of doom, so I keep the door closed at all times. I even close the door that leads to the … more
Resolved Issue, March 8. 2009 Editor, In recent weeks I have had an issue with the Arenac Township Board concerning some missing checks. It is my pleasure to state that all seventeen checks … more
Remember in school when there was always that week or two when it seemed like the whole curriculum shifted to an anti-smoking campaign? It seemed like there was always one central message: The best way to not get hooked is to never start. more
I was never really keen on board games as a kid. It wasn’t as though I disliked them or anything. I actually thought they were fairly fun. The problem was that I really didn’t have many people to play them with. My brother was kind of young for anything I wanted to play, and my sister had a habit of punching me and storming off anytime I started winning in a game. So yes, even though I had some games, and had some fun trying to play them by myself… for the most part, they sat on the shelf getting dusty. more
During the last Au Gres City Council meeting, a motion was made and seconded to remove longtime City Manager Pat Killingbeck from her position. Although all five council members were in attendance, only three voted on the motion — two voting “yes” and one voting “no.” more
Christmas in our family has always been one of traditions that shifts and changes over the years. However, despite their dynamic nature, the changes have always felt like components to a proper … more
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