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The third quarter just finished for the 2008 fiscal year and ExxonMobile posted a $14.83 billion profit-gain, the biggest one-quarter jump in American history, topping their previous record of $11.68 … more
Welcome to your new responsibilities and if you are an old hand at this, we look forward to your wisdom and guidance. As mentioned in a letter before, if you didn’t win, we do expect that you will … more
Being a parent of twins is always an adventure for my wife, Kay, and me. There is always something new, and it’s always a challenge. Apparently the boys are gigantic hockey fans. I love hockey too, and I never thought I’d ever tire of hearing the word, but after it has been said 7,340,204 times — within a period of about two hours — it starts to wear on you. more
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) organization began in 1993 and featured some of the most brutally prehistoric rules known to organized fighting. Fighters wore no gloves, were allowed to … more
As I write this column from downtown scenic Omer, the smallest city in the beautiful state of Michigan, it hit me – I have an idea for you to enjoy a sizzling summer day, with your elderly neighbor … more
Sometimes in life, people just fail. We get turned down after someone else gets that job we want, or we give in to the pressure of goals we just can’t reach. more
By the end of this calendar year, there should be a new Deep River Township Hall, and we believe it will be a facility the township can be proud of. more
One thing I hate about living in Michigan is the weather. You never know what you are going to get until you walk outside and you’re in it. So imagine my surprise when we were in above … more
My family has a habit of collecting pets. Last summer, my house was visited by the kitten fairy. We ended up with ... more
I recently heard a report on the radio about how the massive, ancient Ogallala Aquifer running underneath much of the plains states, like Kansas and Nebraska, is beginning to dry up. After decades of farmers there using it to irrigate feed for cattle and more water-intensive crops like corn that otherwise would struggle in the conditions there, my first thought was, “Really? They just now figured that out?” more
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