Bill Lengemann has experience

I have been a local business owner and doctor of dental surgery in Imlay City for over 21 years and I have known Bill Lengemann for more than 20 years. Bill Lengemann is the most qualified candidate for the Imlay City School Board because he has 19 years of experience...

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Is Proud Boys’ purpose to intimidate?

At the Sept. 29 Presidential Debate, when asked to condemn white supremacy, President Trump said “Sure” but then replied, “Proud Boys? Stand back and stand by.” It would appear Trump sees the Proud Boys as his private militia. Do you think this isn’t serious? Here is...

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Zelenak explains her desire to serve

To the citizens of Imlay City, I am so honored to have been chosen by the Imlay City School Board to fill the vacant school board position. The term for this position ends December 31, 2020. For that reason, I ask for your votes this November 3rd so that I may remain...

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Armstrong has needed experience

When polls close on Tuesday, November 3, St. Clair County electors will have named a judge to the 72nd District Court. There are 248 District Court judges in the State of Michigan; three of those sit in St. Clair County—Judge Mona Armstrong, Judge John Monaghan and...

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Corporations picked to get cash

According to The Wall Street Journal, our present administration had the Federal Reserve identify companies, including Apple, Verizon, Berkshire Hathaway and Walmart, whose bonds it will be buying as part of a $500 billion effort to support the stock market. These are...

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Supports Dr. Zelenak candidacy

I am delighted to acknowledge that I lived in Imlay City for the better part of twenty-one years and I was privileged to have been a part of the Imlay City High School staff. My admiration and respect for this community brings me to write this letter of support for...

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Season of change offers choices

We’re getting ready for fall at our home with seasonal displays and more. Here’s my take on fall—it’s a season that brings change that is necessary for new growth. Right now we are living in a major season of change that can make us or break us—it’s our choice. We can...

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Passing on thoughts about voting

Last week I was having lunch with an old friend of 57 years and during the conversation I asked him “Why are you voting for Trump?” just to see his thought process as compared to mine. He passed along the following statement that’s been circulating on social media and...

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Fate of dogs to be decided soon

In the very near future, the Lapeer County court system will be making a very important decision on the fate of the two remaining dogs that attacked an Almont Township woman last February. The third dog was shot by a police officer and later euthanized. The story is...

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Fed up with events in our country

I am fed up with: •Thugs and revolutionaries pretending to protest while trying to overthrow our system of government. •Politicians of all stripes lacking the courage to speak out and condemn the violence and rioting in the cities of this country. •The Democratic...

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