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Editor's column

Time to act

I attended a funeral last week that was unusually sad. When you attend such an event, you typically are both mourning and celebrating the life of someone who has lived a long time....more >>

Police protection

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I look at the current situation in Orion Township, and I feel very responsible. I voted for and knocked on doors as a precinct delegate for the Township Supervisor who is now mucking up things at the county level and all but one of the elected Orion Township board members....more >>

Results are in

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, The Friends of the Orion Township Library held a fantastic successful book sale in September. Thank you to all the workers, customers, library staff, donators and the Baldwin Road Kroger Store, for we realized over $7,000....more >>

'Are you Blessed'

Dear Editor, One of our members read the following at a recent Lake Orion Women's Club meeting. It really spoke to me and I thought that your readers might find it thought-provoking, as well, at this Thanksgiving / holiday time: "Are you blessed" (author unknown, source unknown) "If you woke up this morning with more health than illness....more >>


Who is Occypy Wall Street?

Dear Editor, If I know anything about the mainstream media I know they sure can polish an issue. The media's latest pile of dung: the Occupy Wall Street movement. What is Occupy Wall Street? Protestors of OWS claim the movement is "a peaceful protest in response to the economic and democratic crises"....more >>

Don't Rush Me

Every day is another day to say, thanks for the opportunity

A little something brought upon by Thanksgiving

Every night I tend to reflect on the hours I was awake that day. Did I fail, hurt or belittle any person, situation or entity. If I answer to myself, "yes" I figure out what needs to happen the next day to make things right....more >>

Jim's Jottings

Be thankful, fight recurring questions

I've been writing Jottings for over 50 years. That means 50 Thanksgivings I could have written about. But as I looked back to see if there was one I could repeat for this Thanksgiving, I found none....more >>

Keiser's Role A column by Trevor Keiser

Bad decison

Mouth dropping, shocked, confused, and anger are just a few words to describe the emotions in the room upon the announcement of Mike Clark as deputy supervisor at the Nov. 15 Independence Township Board meeting....more >>

Letter to the Editor

Resident upset by appointment

Dear Editor, I found the appointment of Mike Clark as deputy supervisor by our ailing and absent supervisor, Dave Wagner, a near criminal act. If Dave wanted to find a way to ensure constant turmoil and frustration in our township government, he couldn't have done a better job....more >>

My Way

My Way

Shop local unless the schools can get something out of it, then shop on-line

My publisher, Jim Sherman, Jr., found something on the Oxford Community Schools website that bothered him. Frankly, it bothered me, too. There was a section encouraging folks to shop on-line at Amazon....more >>
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1898: C.S. Lewis, Christian writer.
1900: Mildred Elizabeth Sisk, aka Axis Sally, Nazi propagandist.
1908: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., politician and Civil Rights leader.
1911: Konrad Fuchs, German atomic physicist.
1918: Madeleine L'Engle, writer (A Wrinkle in Time).
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1923: An international commission headed by American banker Charles Dawes is set up to investigate the German economy.