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We need to discuss our differences to lose them

July 6, 2015 Americans aren’t colorblind. We want to be. We want to live in a society in which all men and women are treated equally. more »»

Local volunteers make a difference

July 4, 2015 This week’s bouquets go to: From the Delta Animal Shelter: The Delta Animal Shelter would like to thank the people and businesses who put on the Pawzapalooza at Ernie’s Irish Pub. more »»

Reflect on our liberties this 4th of July

July 3, 2015 The Fourth of July traditionally is a time for revelry, cookouts, swimming parties and fireworks. more »»

Common sense and fireworks a good combination

July 2, 2015 If you plan to celebrate Independence Day by setting off a few fireworks or giving the kids sparklers, know the dangers and take every safety precaution to avoid tragedy. more »»

Congress will have to fix Obamacare

July 1, 2015 The United States Supreme Court confirmed again that it is not going to clean up the mess Congress made with the Affordable Care Act. Now lawmakers and President Barack Obama must get to work. more »»

Herp Atlas Project needs support, input

June 29, 2015 Although it may generate a few snickers, a Michigan Department of Natural Resources request for residents and others to keep an eye, and ear, out for reptiles and amphibians is serious. more »»

Community reaches out to help veterans

June 27, 2015 This week’s bouquets go to: From Geri Nelson of Gladstone: A big “thank you” goes out to everyone who helped and participated in our second annual MBHV (Michigan Bikers Helping Veterans) Annual... more »»

Cybercrime efforts must respect transparency laws

June 26, 2015 The Michigan State Police have battled cybercrime since the 1990s. And now, along with Gov. more »»

Lawmakers’ attacks on unions too barefaced

June 25, 2015 If they weren’t so blatantly transparent, Michigan legislators would be incomprehensible. more »»

War against sea lamprey is worth waging

June 24, 2015 If you live on or near the shores of any of the Great Lakes, the subject of invasive species is one you very likely pay close attention to. more »»

Burial is the best option for nuclear waste

June 23, 2015 Canadian efforts have been meticulous for proposed Ontario facility; safety must continue as top priority Nuclear power is one of the greenest forms of energ. more »»

Bring university boards out of the shadows

June 22, 2015 Higher education is supposed to be all about transparency: Free minds going where the evidence leads, with research methods and results open to the scrutiny of interested parties across the globe. more »»

The Anti-Science Left

June 20, 2015 WASHINGTON — This year is the 10th anniversary of a book called “The Republican War on Science.” I could just as easily write a book called “The Democratic War on Science. more »»

Candidates lean on well-funded groups

June 20, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Jeb Bush and Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton are asking donors to write the checks to get their campaigns started. more »»


June 20, 2015 By The Associated Press Today is Saturday, June 20, the 171st day of 2015. There are 194 days left in the year. more »»

Has the economy really recovered?

June 19, 2015 Some young Americans unable to find jobs after they graduate from college, simply stay on campus, working toward advanced degrees. more »»

Secrecy reaches new heights

June 18, 2015 President Barack Obama’s administration, which he promised in 2009 would be the most transparent in history, instead is on track to set new records for concealing information. more »»

One way to boost sticker prices

June 17, 2015 National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Christopher Hart has provided new validation for Americans who think many in government have lost touch with reality. more »»

Are you read for your vacation?

June 16, 2015 With the weather warming and schools recessing for the summer, the Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division (MSP/EMHSD) is encouraging citizens to plan and prepare... more »»

Forgetful gun owner needs to face charges

June 15, 2015 News item: A Buckley man left a handgun in a downtown Traverse City restaurant’s restroom on Saturday. City police said Pangea’s Pizza Pub employees reported someone left a . more »»



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