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Report’s release another example of what sets US apart

December 22, 2014 Release of a report on CIA use of torture to get information from a few captured Islamic terrorists raises more questions than it provides answers. more »»

 
 
 
Road funding now in hands of state’s residents

December 20, 2014 The future of highway funding in Michigan now rests with state residents. more »»

Some weeks just don’t go your way

December 20, 2014 A wise sage once gave me this advice — “be like a duck and let the water roll off your back” in reference to criticism, and the duck’s oily feathers that insulate it from the water. more »»

Road funding proposal a case of buck passing

December 20, 2014 Disappointed, dismayed, disgusted ... and any other “dis” word you might think is appropriate. more »»

Questions, Anyone?

December 20, 2014 Victorian house on Long Rapids Road Q. more »»

The real Christmas

December 20, 2014 This Christmas, like so many in the past, there will be two Christmases in the world. One is the Christmas mankind has created. The other is the Christmas God made. more »»

Don’t take safe water sources for granted

December 19, 2014 Two stories in Wednesday’s newspaper reminded us of just how crucial a safe and reliable water source is for our region. more »»

Congress should pass tax break for Conservancy

December 18, 2014 Many Americans live within a few hours’ drive of valuable, often beautiful, natural areas preserved in part because of a federal tax break. It ought to be made permanent. more »»

Is good information gathered using torture techniques?

December 17, 2014 Many voices have chimed during the past week in regard to the release of the U.. more »»

Positivity is key to many good things

December 16, 2014 The Chamber of Commerce annual dinner is just around on the corner on Feb. 12. Every year we have a theme to this event. more »»

CIA report raises several questions

December 16, 2014 Much of the contents of a Senate report on use of torture by the CIA was known before the document was released last week. more »»

CIA strikes back after the Senate torture report

December 16, 2014 WASHINGTON — There has been much gnashing of teeth over the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report documenting use of “enhanced interrogation techniques,” widely labeled as torture, that were... more »»

Tortured reasoning over release of Senate’s CIA report

December 16, 2014 Critics and defenders of the harsh interrogation methods applied to captured terrorists can argue forever over whether those methods were “torture. more »»

Politics, not science, driving Obama’s climate agenda

December 15, 2014 During a visit to California earlier this year, President Barack Obama linked the lengthy drought there to climate change. more »»

The question on road funding is how

December 13, 2014 Isn’t it great to watch little children this time of year in a toy store? “I would really like this one,” or “wow, this one would be great” as they bounce from one toy to another, oblivious to its... more »»

Health Detroit means a health Michigan

December 13, 2014 Detroit’s exit from bankruptcy this week met with little more than a glance Up North. Still, we would be foolish not to recognize the huge significance of that milestone. more »»

Keep holiday stress in-check with these tips from ARMC

December 13, 2014 Between holiday cards and crafts, shopping, parties, baking, cleaning, traveling, and entertaining, it’s no wonder everyone feels a little overwhelmed and blue during the holidays. more »»

About a boy

December 13, 2014 I finished my work for the day, tucked away my computer, and put up the footrest of my recliner with a sigh. more »»

At last, good news about Great Lakes levels

December 12, 2014 For the first time since the 1990s Great Lakes water levels posted above average levels this year. more »»

Time to discuss issue of ‘toy’ guns

December 11, 2014 Perhaps a new debate about gun control is needed in America. Not about real firearms — but about “toys” that sometimes cause needless deaths of children. more »»

Government doesn’t need to fix it

December 10, 2014 By nature it seems we can’t get too comfortable as a nation. It seems we always want to change this or tweak that. We elect folks at all levels of government who believe that change is necessary. more »»

 
 
 

 

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The 100 song challenge completed

December 15, 2014 The task was to come up with 100 essential songs that every music lover should know. Six members of the newsroom took on that task. more »

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