Food, gift assistance offered for Christmas season

The holidays are approaching and we want to be sure you are aware of a program offered by Linked Hearts Emergency Food Pantry in association with Holiday Depot of Lapeer County. The purpose of this program is to offer you and your family Christmas gifts and/or food...

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School supplies for Weston Elem.

Weston Elementary students and staff would like to thank the Lapeer County Community Foundation Youth Advisory Council (YAC) as well as Mrs. Sharon Muir of Imlay City for their generous donations of school supplies and backpacks to our students. We appreciate members...

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Judge considered worthy of post

The greatest protection of democracy and mankind is law. To be effective, it must be administered by judges that understand the consequences of law. I have traveled the valley of life for nearly seven decades and have had many contacts with laws from both sides...

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Event to re-elect judge coming Sept. 13

The Committee to Re-Elect Judge Byron Konschuh is hosting a fundraiser at Lum’s Castle Creek Golf Club in Attica on Sunday, September 13, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The event will include entertainment, light “cook out” fare and an opportunity to discuss issues with...

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COVID-19 changes charity walk

The Alzheimer’s Association is inviting area residents to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® on Sept. 26. The Genesee County Walk to End Alzheimer’s continues, but instead of hosting a large...

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A great place to live, work and play

A huge and heartfelt ‘thank you’ to the amazing, community-minded Peaceful Moon Yoga students and supporters who turned out for Saturday’s fundraiser to benefit Seven Ponds Nature Center. Because of everyone’s generosity, we were able to raise $565 for Seven Ponds,...

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How can we ever hope to find common ground?

I have many questions but very few answers. Perhaps someone can be of assistance. How does rioting in major cities bring people of good will together to try to find solutions to the racial divide and other societal problems? How can we ever hope to find common ground...

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Racism term overused and cliche

In her response to my letter, (Confederate flag’s place today, August 19) Ms. Marcus seems intent on calling people racist. I believe the Confederate Flag is a sign of rebellion against a status quo, and part of the dark history of this nation when this nation was...

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Voters should return ballots early

The Michigan Secretary of State’s mass mailing of Absentee Voter Applications for the August 4 Primary Election, along with the COVID-19 virus, put a very large burden on local township clerks. Your local clerks rose to the challenge and came out with flying colors,...

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Judge Konschuh makes case for re-election

I appreciate all the support from every corner of the county after the developments of last week. I have been asked to answer the question as to why voters voted for me and why they should continue to support and vote for me. In the words of former Michigan Supreme...

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