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Keiser's Role

Right to what?

There is much that could be said from both sides about Michigan being the 24th state to join the ranks of "Right to Work." Some argue it's another method to "union busting," while others say it's simply giving workers "a choice whether they want to join a union or not....more >>

Gabe's Gripes

The feeling of getting old

Remember when you were a kid and all of the new technology coming out was so easy and clearly superior but none of the old people liked it? I think I just had my first old person moment....more >>

Letter to the Editor: Unexpected act of kindness was appreciated

In response and supplement to C.J. Carnacchio's Dec. 12 column about "Local charity is real charity," I would like to share an uplifting experience I had this past week within our own Oxford community....more >>

Letter to the Editor - Firefighters help underprivileged kids

As the Christmas season approaches many traditions and repeat practices are rekindled.  People hang lights, illuminating their homes in red and green. Cars can be seen driving with a tightly bound spruce to its roof....more >>

Letter to the Editor: An open letter to State Rep. Jacobsen

To State Rep. Brad Jacobsen (R-Oxford): Now that you and your fellow Republicans have done everything you can to raise taxes on the taxpayers, cut and cheapen education and local governments and attack the unions, middle class and poor in our state, maybe it's time to take a look at our state Legislature....more >>

Letter to the Editor - Apologies for a memorial day mistake

On Veterans Day, November 11, 2012, a ceremony was conducted at the Orion Veterans' Memorial in Lake Orion. In the programs that were passed out at the ceremony, a mistake was made....more >>

Letter to the Editor - A story for the season

My 8 year old daughter, Renee, had to write a legend for school She dictated this story to me off the top of her head. It was so good I thought it should be in the paper! Merry Christmas!!:) Lisa Capouellez One day, thousands of years ago when there only was a million people on Earth, nobody paid attention to Jesus' birthday....more >>

Jim's Jottings

Merry Christmas from the grandkids

When we first started this Jim's Jottings holiday tradition, the two grandchildren Dan and Karen Offer (inset picture) were small enough to fit on my knees. It was 1988. Dan was 3-years-old and Karen was four-months-old....more >>

Don't Rush Me

Hopefully I'll hear the bells on Christmas Day

Peace on earth and good will to men. This holiday season was kinda mucked up last week because of a whack job in Connecticut. Before the whack job went on his rampage, I already had a column written for this week....more >>

Wendi's Word A column by Wendi Reardon

Holiday heroes

I remember when I was in elementary school and was asked who my hero was. I felt like it was an odd question mostly because it was singular. I have never been one to come to a decision on one solely option....more >>

Spiritual Matters

Turn to God to keep world's darkness at bay

A parent's worst nightmare. They were just children. An utterly senseless evil act of violence. If it could happen there, it could happen anywhere... So many feelings and emotions....more >>
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Born September 3rd
1875: Ferdinand Porsche, automotive engineer, designer of the Volkswagen in 1934 and the Porsche sports car in 1950.
1894: Richard Niebuhr, theologian.
1907: Carl Anderson, physicist and 1936 Nobel prize winner for his discovery of the positron.
1914: Dixie Lee Ray, Chair of the Atomic Energy Commission who received the U.N. Peace Prize in 1977.
1927: Hugh Sidey, news correspondent and author of John F. Kennedy, President.
September 3rd
in history
1895: The first professional American football game is played in Latrobe, Pennsylvania between the Latrobe Young Men's Christian Association and the Jeannette Athletic Club. Latrobe wins 12-0.
1914: The French capital is moved from Paris to Bordeaux as the Battle of the Marne begins.A fanatically selfless sense of duty drove nurse Edith Cavell to harbor Allied soldiers behind German lines.
1916: The German Somme front is broken by an Allied offensive.It took a lot of demonstrating to sell the U.S. Army on motorized transport, but the ultimate incentive came when the American Expeditionary Force entered World War I.
1918: The United States recognizes the nation of Czechoslovakia.
1939: After Germany ignores Great Britain's ultimatum to stop the invasion of Poland, Great Britain declares war on Germany, marking the beginning of World War II in Europe.Battling overwhelming odds in the air and his superiors on the ground, Germany's Adolf Galland became a legend.