Lapeer Central Dispatch answers the call

Dear Editor, Yesterday I was giving a tour of the dispatch center to the new County Administrator/Con-troller, Moses Sanzo, and Jackie Arnold, the CFO. As we were wrapping up the tour around 2 p.m., the severe storm hit Lapeer County. They stayed in dispatch for maybe...

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Corruption is everywhere – look around

Dear Editor, It is becoming very depressing to watch or read national news. It seems that all one sees or hears about is corruption in our government or our formerly revered institutions. Watching the hearing held last week where two IRS whistleblowers testified is an...

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Many factors in climate change

Dear Editor, With temperatures setting records daily in the U.S. and Europe some people are asking, is the climate changing? Some say the change is caused by burning fossil fuels, some say it's cattle belching, now some say it's the gas range in our kitchens and our...

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Capac High School Reunion well attended

Dear Editor, The Annual Capac High School Reunion was held this year on June 25 at Holly Meadows Golf Course. Thirty-nine alumni were in attendance along with four guests that enjoyed the buffet meal. Since our last reunion we sadly have lost 33 of our alumni that we...

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We must safeguard the welfare of horses

Dear Editor, Americans have loved and valued our horses for centuries and we believe it is our responsibility to protect them. The Save America's Forgotten Equines (SAFE) Act (H.R. 3475/S. 2037) will provide the protections that horses need and deserve by eliminating...

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Feelings of helplessness, hopelessness

Dear Editor, How are you doing neighbors? The air is hazy and smoky again. Sensitive folks are suggested to stay inside on a lovely summer day with the windows closed. The Canadian wild fire smoke is visiting again today. The boreal forests which are a band around the...

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It may be the facts, but is it relevent information?

To the Editor: I buy the Tri-City Times religiously. I’m an avid reader and simply enjoy reading the articles, usually written with tact and maybe a sense of humor, if appropriate. I read the article about a man in his 30s involved in a serious crash that ran in the...

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Writer is ill-informed, misguided

Dear Editor: In last week's paper a letter was critical of the United States Supreme Court claiming a majority of the court are partisan right wing individuals. I think the writer is ill-informed and misguided. She claims the court "gutted the voting rights act" but...

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Snapshot of survey results

Dear Editor, We want to thank all the respondents who participated in our 2023 Donor Survey earlier this year. It's so helpful to know what our supporters think and perceive about Four County Community Foundation (4CCF), and we appreciate having this tool to guide our...

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Stop the welfare wagon

Dear Editor, Erroneous thinking on Supreme Court decisions abounds. • Student Debt Relief is a misnomer. No one forced students to get loans and there is no reason why taxpayers should get stuck with their debt. I put my self through school by working and via the GI...

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