Mercier a kind and talented man

I was at the Almont Community Park on a cold winter day when I first met Mike Mercier. Already intimidated by my new job as a contributing writer for Tri-City Times, a job which included taking photos. I was a writer, after all, an beyond random vacation shots, I’d...

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His “fixes” generate higher prices

To clean up the environment, President Biden’s fix is to buy electric vehicles. To achieve this, he paused federal oil and gas lease sales, resulting in higher gas prices. Well, he’s doing it again. Remember when he said he would fix the shipping problems? Biden...

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Remarks offensive on many levels

Last week, President Biden spoke in Georgia in support of his voting rights bill. It was offensive on many levels. He claimed those opposing the bill were effectively in bed with Bull Connor, George Wallace and Jefferson Davis. He went on to say the opposition is “Jim...

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It made a difference to that one

January 22 is the 49th anniversary of the U..S Supreme Court in Roe V. Wade allowing abortion on demand in this nation. The 7-2 decision gave complete unabated abortion rights, but also opened a wound in this nation that continues to bleed both physically and...

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Library auction is coming Feb. 2-9

The Ruth Hughes Memorial District Library will be hosting the Love YOUR Library silent auction February 2-9. This has become an exciting event, eagerly anticipated by patrons of the library as well as the entire community. Friends, neighbors and businesses can donate...

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“Angels” tip Louie’s staff in Capac

We would like to thank the “angels” who visited our restaurant on December 13 and left a very generous tip for all of our employees—our wait staff, dishwashers and cooks. The gesture cheered up everyone in the restaurant and put everyone in a good mood. It was so nice...

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TCT helps Seven Ponds reach goal

We would like to thank the Tri-City Times and writer Tom Wearing for sharing our Special Gifts Campaign effort in your December 29 edition. I’m happy to announce that we have reached our fundraising goal, thanks at least in part to your help. As always, we appreciate...

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Crack in the face of democracy

The physical infrastructure bill was finally signed into law after months of negotiations and compromise between liberals, moderates and conservatives from both sides of the aisle in Congress. Democrats and Republicans came together. In a rare bipartisan showing, some...

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Capac recognizes school board

Capac Community Schools is joining 537 local and 56 intermediate school districts across Michigan to celebrate January as School Board Recognition Month. In another year full of challenges for public education, our school board members persevered through the adversity...

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The sheeple are being groomed

Lockdowns, mandates, masks, vaccine cards. All are a form of governmental control and severe restrictions on liberty. Every new COVID variant brings forth a rash of public statements by CDC officials, Dr. Fauci, the President, state governors and media talking heads....

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