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Giving work to Siri’s sisters

October 28, 2015 You know Siri. She (or he, your choice) lives in your dashboard or telephone and can answer questions about a host of topics. more »»

Hearing reveals Washington reacted to Benghazi by running for cover

October 28, 2015 No one reacted with a sense of alarm and protectiveness to repeated pleas for help from U.S. diplomatic personnel in Benghazi, Libya during the months before Sept. 11, 2012. more »»

Stop running from your problems

October 27, 2015 When I was an emerging adult in my early 20s I remember going through a period of time where everything seemed wrong. I was stressed, frustrated, and fed up with a number of life situations. more »»

Funding in budget for addiction treatment should be saved from ax

October 27, 2015 The tried-and-failed liberal approach of throwing money at the nation’s challenges has never worked — and never will. more »»

Closer look shows more tax money going to the government

October 26, 2015 The government needs more of our money, liberal politicians insist. Really? During the fiscal year that ended Sept. more »»

Hats off to Mrs. Glee’s and its employees

October 24, 2015 Today healthy food choices are much more than a fad, they are a lifestyle for many residents. Many of us have learned that one of those choices in our diets should be gluten-free products. more »»

A record-setting tale to last a lifetime

October 24, 2015 This is a fish story. Indeed, it’s a whopper. And, since it’s a fish story, by the time you finish reading it the size of the monster will probably have gotten bigger. more »»

ARMC: Discussing prostate cancer screening with physician

October 24, 2015 Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in American, affecting one in seven men. But, if detected early is 100 percent treatable. more »»

Growing up a preacher’s kid

October 24, 2015 To preachers' kids, with love. Remember the voice of Lulu in that classic 1967 movie with Sidney Poitier? Not long ago, I came across an article written by Barnabas Piper. more »»

KAUPUT: 25 successful years and going strong

October 23, 2015 Where did the time go? Twenty five years ago a group of educators and parents huddled together in Alpena to discuss a common theme — “how best to provide students a safe environment at prom, and the... more »»

Republicans at odds over House passing bill on parole reform

October 23, 2015 The folks pushing for prison sentencing reform did not crack open the champagne bottles but there was reason to celebrate after the Michigan House, on a strong bi-partisan vote, popped a bill... more »»

It’s time for a VBA housecleaning

October 22, 2015 Allison Hickey may have resigned as head of the Veterans Benefits Administration just in time to avoid being caught in the middle of a scandal. more »»

It’s that hunting time of the year

October 21, 2015 There are lots of good things happening this fall. I’ve been getting together with young and old friends, some who I’ve just started to hunt with and some who have hunted with me for over 50 years. more »»

Inevitable promotion of Obamacare an unnecesary spending of taxpayers’ money

October 21, 2015 In about a week, the 2016 signup season for Obamacare insurance will begin. more »»

Iran’s track record not trustworthy

October 20, 2015 President Barack Obama and champions of his nuclear weapons “deal” with Iran continue to insist, in effect, that if it walks like a duck, looks like a duck and quacks like a duck — it isn’t... more »»

Don’t pass up a great opportunity

October 20, 2015 Dear Alpena News, I am sorry that this article was a little bit late getting to you. I’ve been very busy. The Chamber of Commerce office has been a bit chaotic latel. more »»

Obama doesn’t give rebel groups a reason to trust us

October 19, 2015 Americans can’t be trusted. They don’t keep their commitments. That is the message heard loud and clear throughout the world as a result of President Barack Obama’s capricious foreign policy. more »»

Labor numbers show a rebounding local jobs market

October 17, 2015 There is no question the labor market in Northeast Michigan today is at a much better place than it has been over the past decade. more »»

We’re still searching for answers

October 17, 2015 Earlier this month Chris Harper-Mercer walked into Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore., and systematically sought out Christian students, targeting them for murder. Nine people were killed Oct. more »»

Hospice of Michigan to expand pediatric services, research statewide

October 17, 2015 Fifteen-year-old Ryan Petterson was born without a corpus callosum — the part of the brain connecting the two hemispheres. This condition means he will never walk or talk or see. more »»



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