Many aided in Dryden grad party

On Thursday, May 26, the Class of 2022 graduated from Dryden High School. The evening began as a beautiful candlelight ceremony due to a widespread power outage. Lights came on shortly into the program. The commencement was deeply meaningful as the seniors and their...

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Why nobody has come forward

The primaries have started, and the TV news media has been out surveying the polling sites. A few days ago, a reporter asked an older gentleman about the economy. He answered by saying he is really glad that Trump isn’t the president. That’s not an answer. Another...

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Too much corporate influence

The Franklin English Dictionary’s definition of profiteer is “A person or corporation who makes excessive profits at the expense of the public.” That’s the word that runs through my mind every time I spend $170 or more filling the fuel tank for my diesel pickup. The...

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Advice for Men’s Health Month

Did you know that the life expectancy for men is roughly 5 years shorter compared to women? According to MensHealthMonth.org, men are also more likely than women to die from suicide, cancer, and heart-related health issues AND men seek preventative healthcare services...

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Scouts collect for Linked Hearts

Linked Hearts Emergency Food Pantry, located in Dryden, is a non-profit organization that serves to provide food to families in need in our community. The food we distribute is obtained by utilizing both monetary and food donations from individuals, groups,...

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Thoughts regarding gun control

I don’t have a problem with gun control, as long as I have control of the gun. I do have some ideas: raise the age for gun purchases to 21; limit the ammunition and gun accessories a person can buy per year; bring back the gun permit and three day waiting period;...

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Need to get on our knees, now

As I write this, I am somewhat numb. Anyone who has followed my ministry for a while knows that until 2018 my family and I lived in Uvalde, Texas. When I moved to Uvalde, I was fresh out of college. My whole life was in front of me and I was ablaze with the fire of...

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Linked Hearts thanks Dryden P.O.

Linked Hearts Emergency Food Pantry is a non-profit organization that serves to provide food to families in need in our area. The items we receive and distribute are obtained by utilizing monetary, non-food and food donations from individuals, groups, businesses, and...

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Article aids Climb Team fundraising

Once again, you and your staff at the Tri-City Times have helped to generate good publicity for local firefighters. Your article describing Fight For Air, Climb Team 2022 accomplishments, is a source of positive reinforcement for all three teams’ members. At the...

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HSC grateful for many who helped

On behalf of the Hispanic Service Center, we would like to extend a special thanks to the people who made Imlay City’s Cinco de Mayo event possible. Our sponsors were Choice One Bank, Vintech Industries, Taco Bell of Imlay City, Third & Main, Nacho’s Taco House...

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