Divided and pitted against each other

Have you imagined your life after the election? I see the two outcomes as starkly different. What will our healthcare be? If Trump wins, Obamacare is likely doomed. The Supreme Court will hear Trump’s case to end Obamacare, on November 12. If Trump succeeds, there...

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We are Americans, first and foremost

I am writing in response to John L. Lengemann who passed on his thoughts about voting in a letter to the editor that appeared in the October 7 edition of the Tri-City Times. As a lifelong Democrat and voter, I read Mr. Lengemann’s letter with interest and more than a...

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Now’s the time to end constant attacks

Words cannot describe how wrong it is to plot to kidnap and try Governor Whitmer. All involved should receive significant punishment. Sadly, such a plot is not something that was unforeseeable. The climate in this country is such that it will be surprising if similar...

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Do the right thing

The recent Michigan Supreme Court Ruling striking down the State of Emergency and Emergency Orders from Governor Whitmer has had many people in an uproar. It clearly brings on a considerable amount of questions regarding authority, funding and responsibility. However...

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Need to know candidates support life

October is Respect Life Month. With the election close at hand knowing what candidate or candidates who supports life is of utmost importance. President Trump has been a supporter of the right to life and will continue. Many will say “look at his life” but remember to...

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Memories can make you smile or laugh

I wanted to share a few thoughts on life’s precious memories because sometimes they can make you smile or even laugh. One particular memory recently made me laugh. It was way back in the fifties and I was just a kid that got to spend time with my gramma, staying...

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Letter hits heart of being an American

I wanted to offer a few words in regards to the letter to the editor that appeared in the October 7 edition of the Tri-City Times called, “Passing thoughts about voting.” I believe that submission hit at the very heart of what being an American is. With my thanks, I...

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Pastor endorses Kaylee Kaeding

I was called to be the Pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Imlay City over twenty-one years ago. My daughter Shannon graduated from Imlay City High School in 2002. I am grateful she had the opportunity to finish her high school education in Imlay City. I have...

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Recommends Alex, Bill and Carm

As a lifelong area resident and a former board member of the Imlay City Christian School, I have experienced my son’s education at both private and public schools. I believe there is a strong need for new, fresh and broader thinking on our school board. Alex Lengemann...

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Zelenak has passion, enthusiasm

As members of the Imlay City community for the past 25 years, we were very excited when we learned that Dr. Laura Zelenak had accepted the interim appointment to the open seat on the Imlay City School Board and we fully support her decision to run and fill the seat in...

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