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Beautiful day for beautiful visit back home

by Gertie Brooks
What a wonderful weekend! Saturday was a beautiful day for Daisy and me to drive from Frankenmuth to Almont. There are several different ways to travel, my favorite is to Vassar, through Mayville (Lee and Lynda live there), through North Branch and Lake Pleasant Rd....more>

Book highlights benefits of learning to 'fail forward'

by Willene Tanis
Purchased once at a rummage sale and recently relegated to the Goodwill pile was a book by New York Times best-selling author John Maxwell. The book, titled Failing For-ward; and published in 2000, is about turning mistakes into stepping stones for success....more>

Cold Tigers earning chilly fan reception

by Tom Wearing
The stands were nearly full for Sunday's Tiger game versus the White Sox, helping warm up an otherwise cool April evening. While temperatures might have been chilly at the game's outset, the mood of the fans grew downright cold by the time the ninth inning rolled around....more>

Ego, ambition and thrill of risk

by Eric Thuma
My son Christopher, the Washington lawyer, describes Detroit as a third world nation. My own personal description, in light of the Kilpatrick scandal, is a lot less charitable....more>

Email awakens the cranky muse

by Catherine Minolli
It is an interesting thing sitting at this desk. Obviously, it is a job. My job. A job that sprung out of a passion for writing and trying to find a way to earn money doing something I love....more>
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Honoring a man of honor

by John Olivo
Editor's note: The following guest column was written by John Olivo. Olivo, a 1955 graduate of Imlay City High School and former Marine, is active as a reading mentor and with English as a second language classes....more>

It was shot heard 'round my world

by Randy Jorgensen
Editor's Note: This column was written several years ago and like he sometimes does, he repeats some of his favorite ones. We hope you enjoy a second read of one of Randy's most memorable stories of growing up....more>
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