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From Lansing:a column by State Rep. Brad Jacobsen

A view on education in Michigan

As we move closer to working out the details of formulating a state budget, tough decisions must be made on spending finite resources to ensure that taxpayer dollars go toward bettering the state and making improvements for Michigan residents....more >>

Don't Rush Me

What do Bill Shakespeare, Bill Gates, Bill Watterson, Plato and Ed Adler have in common?

They're all in my rockin' column (and it ain't fair)!

Not too long ago -- on one of those subzero, Polar Blast Days we experienced -- area business man Ed Adler called me. Before answering said call, I first doubled checked my schedule to make sure I had the time to converse with Ed....more >>

Letters to Editor

Upset about chamber firing Bills as director Holly Bills was amazing at her job as exeuctive director of the Oxford Chamber of Commerce! She not only was great with our business, but not one person I have spoken with while mentioning her name, has had one bad thing to say....more >>

Lake Orion Schools demonstrate lack of integrity

There was a question posted recently on a local Facebook page concerning Lake Orion Schools and its coaches. The question asked if it is better to have a coach with integrity or one that has a winning program....more >>

Opinions

Goodrich's Wheelock-Watkins drain

I have been reading for a long time about Goodrich's Wheelock-Watkins Drain and its flooding. This was an agricultural drain built 115 years ago and was not intended to handle what it is right now....more >>

Phil in the Blank A column by Phil Custodio

Everything is awesome?

When I go to the movies, it's to escape the world in which I live and work. Catching a 3D screening of "The Lego Movie," however, left me with a sense of deja vu. That feeling was strongest the third or fourth time the plastic minifigs broke out into their hit song "Everything is Awesome!" "Everything is awesome!" they'd sing....more >>

Letters to the Editor

Reader calls for city manager to step down Dear Editor, Regarding your stories "City spat unresolved despite many letters" and "City Manager breaks contact with the News," (Feb....more >>

Spiritual Matters

Finding peace in every season

As I look out my office window, I see a snowdrift that is over three feet tall. In a 24-hour period recently, our region experienced snow, rain, ice and even "thundersnow." It seems this winter has dished-out every conceivable scenario for bad weather....more >>
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Born June 29th
1865: William E. Borah, Republican senator from Idaho, proponent of the League of Nations.
1886: James Van Der Zee, African-American photographer.
1900: Antoine de Saint-Exupery, aviator and writer.
1910: Frank Loesser, songwriter.
1930: Oriana Fallaci, Italian journalist.
June 29th
in history
1917: The Ukraine proclaims independence from Russia.
1925: An earthquake ravages Santa Barbara, California.
1926: Fascists in Rome add an hour to the work day in an economic efficiency measure.
1932: Siam's army seizes Bangkok and announces an end to the absolute monarchy.
1938: Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, and Olympic National Park, Washington, are founded.