November 24, 2015
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As an elementary and middle school student, I was a social butterfly. Frequently in trouble for speaking out of turn or in the wrong setting, I quickly learned that many take the old adage that children should be seen and not heard to heart. more
Heavy rain, thunderstorms and high winds are not rare occurrences, but when they reach dangerous levels such as in the storm system that smashed the area Aug. 2, it’s probable that some people were not ready to deal with the aftermath. more
While I often fall short, I try to treat my body like a temple. While bad food and nicotine may enter, one thing I have decided will never be present is a tattoo. more
When a group of local government, business and organizational officials toured the Standish Max prison Nov. 20, we were pleased to see people in the county taking the first step toward repurposing and reopening the facility. more
I’ve written columns before about ridiculous press releases sent to my work email account and the oversaturation of unnecessary bacon-flavored food items (the bacon sundae, for example). more
With the current lame duck session occurring in our state government, there have been a number of bills being pushed through over the past few weeks. more
When I was a sophomore in high school, I attended my very first Sibs Weekend at Central Michigan University. Sibs Weekend, for those who don’t know, is a weekend when younger siblings go stay … more
Michigan’s roadways need work, and Proposal 1 will be a step in the right direction to do just that. It raises the gasoline tax and would also increase the sales tax from 6 percent to 7 percent on goods. more
“Reach for the sky: the worst that can happen is you’ll fall amongst the stars,” was a quote once told to my peers and me in elementary school. more
There is a long running joke in Michigan that there are just two seasons: winter and road construction. There is a seed of truth to that, because spring and summer are the optimal times for road construction in the state. more
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