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Letter to the Editor  While there has been extensive effort to control the global Covid pandemic through vaccines, there are increasing concerns that it will take a similar sense of urgency … more
I want to thank the Clare County Cleaver for its thorough report on the Second Amendment Resolution as it was presented to the Clare County Board of Commissioners at the last meeting. Based on what I … more
As reported in the Cleaver, Sen. Rick Outman held office hours in Harrison on Friday, Feb. 5 from 1-2 p.m. The senator admits to not being a computer guy, so this is his way of meeting … more
The COVID-19 vaccines are Michigan’s best hope for ending the pandemic. The Central Michigan District Health Department has vaccinated more than 7,970 residents, and the state of Michigan … more
Sheriff John Wilson shared this letter with the Morans’ permission We wanted to write you and share an experience we had with one of your deputies a few weeks ago. It was an overwhelmingly … more
Thank you, Dennis Gargin, for finally providing a salacious letter to the editor. It had everything someone could ask for: Communism, Conspiracy, and Constitutional Analysis. First, Mr. Gargin … more
I want to t hank everyone who voted for me for mayor. Although I may have fallen short for whatever reason, I stood my ground and stuck to my message. We must have restoration of cemetery … more
Well, I see our governor is at it again. I just read that she is attempting to mandate more unconstitutional rules. A few weeks ago, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled that all of her directives … more
To the residents of Hayes Township: My name is Robert Buckley, and I am running for re-election for the seat of Hayes Township Trustee. You might have read the article on the front page of the … more
I  have been trying to be patient, understanding, and I realize this year has been very difficult for many. But when I see signs saying :“Be American, don’t vote democratic,” I … more
The subject I am bringing to the table is “why do the American people allow their representatives to break their oath of office (a federal crime) and not hold them accountable? This should … more
In Michigan, straight-party voting is your legal right. Does that make a good decision? As Grace Gruebmeyer (Emory Wheel) editorializes: “Unforeseen consequences of straight-party voting … more
For well-informed voters, party affiliation does NOT define a candidate. Despite the current political climate, we need to look beyond the political party and examine more important matters such as … more
I find it amazing that six of our seven school board members would vote to send our students back to school in person during a pandemic and renovation process. Half of all schools in the country … more
Letter to the Editor, As our parents get older, the topic comes up quite often of caring for them when the time comes. My dad has had some issues with his diagnosis so we decided they need to live … more
I would like to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart from District 6 for your support and hard work at the Aug. 4 election.  It was a tight race with four people including the incumbent … more
I would first like to take a moment to thank all of my supporters and volunteers for their hard work and dedication. This Tuesday was the primary election and after a very long night and morning on … more
We are reaping what we have sown. Schools stopped teaching basic history of the United States. That came first. Then, it seemed an even better option was to change history and teach that as fact. … more
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