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Show support for teachers at next board meeting

May 17, 2014 Despite efforts by the Alpena teachers to offer other ways to save the district money, the School Board is continuing to pursue huge wage cuts for them. more »»

There are wiser cuts than teachers’ salaries

May 9, 2014 ?Good workplace morale is key to the growth and success of any company or institution. If we want excellent teachers we must acknowledge their hard work and dedication. more »»

New trail hitch violation nothing but trouble

May 9, 2014 Another great idea from our sitting Legislators, What are they thinking? There is a new law that says that we must remove our trailer hitches when not pull a trailer. more »»

A Constitutional View by Abraham Lincoln

May 9, 2014 "The people of these United States are the rightful masters of both Congresses and Courts, not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who "Pervert" the constitution. more »»

We aren’t being told everything about fracking

May 9, 2014 Fracking, are we properly informed? There has been much talk about gas fracking lately, but what do we really know? There was a story in the news about some new fracking regulations Michigan has... more »»

Disappointed in The News, Rep. Benishek

May 8, 2014 Your recent story featuring Congressman Dan Benishek focusing on health care and supposed cuts to Medicare through the Affordable Care Act struck m. more »»

Prayer group can have a positive impact

May 8, 2014 Wow, there are so many wonderful resources in our community that keep arising that I am not aware of and most likely many in Alpena are not aware of as well. more »»

Many people will suffer with loss of program

May 8, 2014 For the last 44 years, Northeast Michigan residents who experience a mental illness or developmental disability had the opportunity in the Monday Nigh Activities Program. more »»

AEA wants school district to be ‘right sized’

May 8, 2014 In his April 18, 2014, editorial, “It has come down to the class size,” Mr. Speer boils down the difficult negotiations between the Alpena teachers and the school district to the issue of class size. more »»

Pettalia should help level gambling playing field

May 2, 2014 I received a phone call from Mr. Pettallia on 4/29. He was asking questions about my lawsuit against the lottery, and whether or not I would pursue it in state claims court. more »»

Gov’t shouldn’t colloborate with Christianity

May 2, 2014 Caught the TV clip featuring Greta van Susteran and Ralph Reid discussing the Freedom from Religion Foundation’s placing a placard alongside an Easter poster in the state capitol building in... more »»

Fletcher misses the point on tax cuts effects

May 2, 2014 Stephen Fletcher's case for tax structure change makes a statement which implies something that either did not happen or is not applicable to today's times. more »»

Horn blowing in front of church unnecessary

May 1, 2014 As my husband and I left church this morning, we witnessed a car stop in the middle of Chisholm Street kindly letting a group of people cross to their cars. more »»

Kennedy is candidate for 106th state House

May 1, 2014 Although the Alpena News did not cover the event, the Kickoff Meeting for Robert Kennedy's campaign took place at the Fletcher Street Brewery in Alpena on Saturday, April 19. more »»

The comedy of Jesus as told through the Bible

May 1, 2014 Seems to me Jesus was the first Jewish comedian. The Gospels tell a tale of a young man going from gig to gig around ancient Palestine until he gets his big break in Jerusalem. more »»

How to teach both evolution and creation

April 25, 2014 How could creation and evolution be taught as models in the public schools? As a Model Since both Creation and Evolution cannot be Scientifically Tested (that means Earth’s origin cannot be... more »»

Agrees Senate Bill 248 passing is not good

April 25, 2014 Bravo Editor: I am responding to your editorial condemning senate bill 248 that passed and is signed into law, sad indeed. more »»

Loan program doesn’t really sound like a loan

April 25, 2014 One question about the front-page story on Monday, 4/21/14. It tells of a Presque Isle loan program for people who have not paid their taxes. more »»

Legacy costs the root of APS’s financial issues

April 25, 2014 Since 2011, state spending on public schools increased by 6.4 percent. The problem is not with Lansing. more »»

Key Club shows it has strength, determination

April 18, 2014 Seeing the Key Club in the paper was heart warming. Sports teams at the high school receive recognition for playing well, and our club played wel. more »»



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