Green New Deal good for climate

I am responding to the June 30 letter to the editor, “Green New Deal a grab for power,” that finds climate change to be a left wing conspiracy theory. The letter laments the plan of action known as the Green New Deal which looks to create new jobs in the renewable...

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Dryden grads have All Night Party

On Sunday, June 6, 2021, the Dryden High School Class of 2021 graduated and then immediately celebrated with an All Night Party hosted by the Project Graduation committee which was comprised of parents from the senior class. Project Graduation is a national program...

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Supports D.C. becoming 51st state

Right now, the hundreds of thousands of people living in the District of Columbia are being denied congressional representation. And this denial is no accident. D.C’s status as a district and its lack of voting power and representation is deeply rooted in racism....

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Green New Deal a grab for power

Those on the left keep telling the American people that we must implement the Green New Deal to save the planet. One of the issues is coal-fired power plants. The European Union, Turkey, South Africa, India, the Philippines, South Korea, Japan and China are planning...

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I.C. firefighter 25th in Fight for Air

Thank you to Tom Wearing for the excellent article he wrote in regards to the 2021 American Lung Association Fight for Air Stair Climbing teams in the June 9 edition of the Tri-City Times. The Imlay City Fire Department Stair Climb team had less members this year than...

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Keeping organizes improvements

If you happened to be driving around the Imlay City Schools campus in the last few days, you might have noticed some improvements in our athletics areas. Imlay City Schools parent, Jessica Keeping, organized the Spartan Community Day with the goal of giving attention...

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Leadership and the Fourth of July

Summer is finally here and I wish to say a few lines on behalf of leadership and the 4th of July. We had a real, robust, energetic American in Donald J. Trump as our president. He fixed so many things and did not run away and hide at the first crisis of a unknown...

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What did you think would happen?

“Is this what we voted for?” asked John Lengemann is his June 16 letter to the editor, referring to illegals, high gas prices, and skyrocketing consumer product prices. The answer is absolutely yes—it’s what you voted for. When Biden promised he would stop the border...

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Marlette postpones Alumni Banquet

The Marlette School Foundation (a.k.a. Marlette Alumni Association) has determined to cancel the Alumni Banquet scheduled for this year on Saturday, September 18, 2021 because of continued COVID-19 concerns. We felt with vaccinations increasing and things beginning to...

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Almont Legion thankful to many

Members of Almont American Legion Post #479 wish to thank the many community members that turned out for the Memorial Day ceremony at Burley Park on Monday, May 31. Your attendance and continued support for U.S. servicemen and women who sacrificed their lives for our...

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