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Keiser's Role First baby picture

A couple weeks ago my wife and I went to the doctor and we got to see our first baby picture and hear its little heartbeat via ultrasound. It was amazing, I cried. I looked at my wife Noell with tear filled eyes and said "we created this....more >>

Guest opinion: Lake Orion Fireworks Association thanks the community for support

By Carl A Cyrowski LOFA President The breakfast/brunch fundraiser at the Lake Orion Boat Club this past Sunday was a tremendous success - we served almost 500 meals. Thanks to all the volunteers who helped, it went like clock work and the weather was very cooperative....more >>

Spiritual Matters

Do you need a new home? We can help!

Did you know that a coalition of businesses, government officials, houses of worship, nonprofits, and schools is forming to build a Habitat for Humanity home here in Clarkston this fall? Just a few weeks ago several area community leaders met in my office to continue the momentum....more >>

Jim's Jottings

Before it happens, think of life without a car

Many of us know people, who because of age or health, have had their driving privileges removed. I have never given this a thought, until a brain-dead decision I made recently. I left the hatch-back door of my mini-van up while it was parked in my garage....more >>

Opinions

Forensic audit is expensive, but it's the right thing to do

Doing the right thing is never easy and in this case, it's not cheap so we have to applaud the Oxford Village Council for employing the services of a forensic auditor to find out what happened to the $21,177 in missing property tax payments and police funds....more >>

My Way

Temper rights with courtesy, responsibility

"There ought to be a system of manners in every nation which a well-formed mind would be disposed to relish. To make us love our country, our country ought to be lovely." Edmund Burke As a red-blooded American male, I love explosions and the smell of gunpowder....more >>
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Born September 19th
1904: Bergen Evans, educator and author who wrote Dictionary of Contemporary American Usage.
1911: William Golding, novelist best known for Lord of the Flies.
1915: Elizabeth Stern, Canadian pathologist who first published a case report linking a specific virus to a specific cancer.
September 19th
in history
1918: American troops of the Allied North Russia Expeditionary Force receive their baptism of fire near the town of Seltso against Soviet forces.
1948: Moscow announces it will withdrawal soldiers from Korea by the end of the year.Forty-five years after shipping out to fight in Korea, Harry Summers got new insight into what the war had been all about.
1955: Argentina's President Juan Peron is overthrown by rebels.
1957: First underground nuclear test is takes place in Nevada.
1985: An earthquake kills thousands in Mexico City.