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Don't Rush Me

Let's show some love to ear wax

In the past I have discussed the logistics of feet sweating something like 91 quarts of sweat a year. I have delved into the mysterious differences between men and women. I have even had the courage to explore what happens to a penny after it is swallowed....more >>

Guest opinion:By Eric Wilson Oakland County Road Commissioner

State needs to raise gas tax to fix potholes

Enough is enough. Enough cold weather, snow and potholes. We've seen more than our share of record cold weather and snow. These have led to icy roads, countless potholes, challenging gravel roads and all manner of unpleasant conditions....more >>

Guest Opinion:Oakland Circuit Court Judge Rudy Nichols

Freedom of association it is a strongly held view by many people, in fact even grafted into our Constitution. It is so engrained that we are often told we should not engage in guilt by association....more >>

Andrea's Anecdotes A column by Andrea Beaudoin

Fall on your sword

We all make mistakes. We don't live in a perfect world, and it would be pretty boring if we did. Sometimes when you make mistakes you just need to admit it, apologize and hope you can move forward....more >>

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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 >>

Jim's Jottings

Think you're indispensable? Read this poem...

It seems like our governmental leaders, and would-be DC leaders, are hell-bent on making us a dependent nation. The President is leading the effort to widen the dole base and shrink the work force....more >>
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Born January 27th
1850: Samuel Gompers, first President of American Federation of Labor.
1859: Kaiser Wilhelm II, emperor who ruled Germany during World War I but was forced to abdicate in 1918.
1900: Hyman Rickover, American admiral who is considered the Father of the Atomic Submarine.
January 27th
in history
1939: President Franklin D. Roosevelt approves the sale of U.S. war planes to France.
1941: The United States and Great Britain begin high-level military talks in Washington.
1943: The first U.S. raids on the Reich blast Wilhelmshaven base and Emden.
1959: NASA selects 110 candidates for the first U.S. space flight.
1965: Military leaders oust the civilian government of Tran Van Huong in Saigon.