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reply print email Source: Editorial: Capac’s Unsolved Mystery - Part III
Doug Hunter
December 14, 2018 | 01:00 PM

Mr. Hunter, you got me AGAIN! Your "Unsolved" series is fantastic. I've always enjoyed your writing for its detail and your passion showing through. Thank you for sharing this segment of our hometown history that I'd only heard tiny bits of prior.

Katrina Wikaryasz
Emmett
reply print email Source: Editorial: Rein to the rescue
Rein the Therapy Dog
December 06, 2018 | 12:14 PM

A Huge Thankyou to. Maria Brown for her interest and time wanting to hear Rein Sellards life story and the good deeds we try to deliver when we are out and about with both Rein and her kitten Dalai Rae. We hope Maria's article will touch the hearts of her readers,and bring a smile to their faces, knowing there are more great Rescue stories out there, and possibly urge more folks to visit the local shelters and Pet Stores that have wknd Pet adoption days. With our Love and Gratefulness, Maureanne,Jason,Dalai Rae,

Maureanne Bennie
Almont
reply print email Source: Editorial: Capac’s unsolved mystery
Article on Hale Currier
November 30, 2018 | 12:58 PM

Hi Doug, I don't know if you remember me; I grew up in Capac and was best friends with your neighbor, Mary Ann Moss. I remember the disappearance of Hale Currier well. My parents, Chuck and Ann Lincoln, were close friends with the Curriers. My father taught both of their sons, Phil and Jim, in Capac High School. Though only a child, I remember my father joining other townsmen in going to Newberry to search for Hale. I have saved other articles through the years. My family remained friends with his wife, Lucy, as well as both Phil and Jim. Your article brought back memories.

Jeanne Lincoln Wolf
Royal Oak, MI
reply print email Source: Editorial: Capac’s Unsolved Mystery - Part III
Doug Hunter
November 21, 2018 | 08:18 PM

Mr. Hunter is an incredible man, with awesome qualities and skills. His ability to relate a story and draw you in is amazing. I am a huge fan of his writing and look forward to reading many more articles by him. Thanks for taking the time to educate us on the past.

Wendy
Washington
reply print email Source: Editorial: Capac’s Unsolved Mystery
Capac's Unsolved Mystery
November 18, 2018 | 09:29 AM

I now live in FL, but have read all 3 parts and found it very interesting and well written. This should be added to the Capac schools curriculum of Michigan history.

Diane Camacho Mulloney
Capac
reply print email Source: Editorial: Capac’s Unsolved Mystery - Part III
Capac's unsolved mystery
November 16, 2018 | 01:58 PM

Very interesting, I grew up in Capac, in the 50's and 60's, and never heard this story before. Would like to read Part 1 and Part 2. I remember Mr. Bade, I believe he was killed in a plane crash , up North.

Jessie Meganck
Franklin, Tennessee
reply print email Source: Editorial: Capac’s Unsolved Mystery - Part III
Capac's Unsolved Mystery - Part 111
November 16, 2018 | 12:48 PM

I enjoyed reading the subject story. I would like to read Part 1 and 2 as well. How can I find them? Also, how many more parts are there?

Judy Worona
Emmett, Michigan
reply print email Source: Editorial: Capac’s Unsolved Mystery
Article
November 06, 2018 | 12:02 PM

This is an excellent article. i love that it's in parts and I look forward to each story. Thank you!

Joseph Pomaville
Burtchville (from Imlay City)
reply print email Source: Editorial: Serving the governed, not the governors
August 28, 2018 | 05:47 AM

Excellent opinion piece!

Ron Cross
Sun City
reply print email Source: Editorial: Hough Farm earns Centennial status
Hough Family
August 18, 2018 | 12:36 PM

Interesting story. Not many Hough's in our neck of the woods.

William Hough
Mirehead KY
reply print email Source: Editorial: Vintage Queen Anne ‘House of the Month’
Calvin and Robin Whitmore house
August 17, 2018 | 03:15 PM

The house was beautifully detailed and this color scheme shows off many fine and rare architectural details. I encourage all who are interested in historic authenticity to take a look. I just hope someday the Whitmores provide a home tour for the public because I'm sure the interior of that once-proud home is making a serious comeback.

Ruth Kremer
St. Joseph, Michigan
reply print email Source: Editorial: Vintage Queen Anne ‘House of the Month’
Cal & Robin Whitmore - Imlay City
August 17, 2018 | 12:11 PM

This house is fabulous and even better looking when standing in front of it! You need to see it in person to appreciate the detail in the painting, etc!

Jeannine Meade
West Columbia, SC
reply print email Source: Editorial: Vintage Queen Anne ‘House of the Month’
The Calvin & Robin Whitmore Home
August 17, 2018 | 11:56 AM

We enjoyed reading the article about the Whitmore's Victorian home. It is truly beautiful. We have a Victorian neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky near the University of Louisville campus. We always take family and friends to that neighborhood when they visit our area. We will have to make a visit to Imlay on our next trip north. What a beautiful place!

Rhonda Hale
Prospect, KY
reply print email Source: Editorial: A hidden gem
Swiss Farms article
August 05, 2018 | 03:54 AM

Great article,as is Swiss Farms and the Zach family!

Mary Nahernak
Capac
reply print email Source: Editorial: ‘Reasonable Doubt’ examines Grondin murder conviction
KC Grodin
July 26, 2018 | 12:30 PM

I watched this episode of reasonable doubt and I was truly offended and appalled by the police's interrogation or a better word for it bulling tactics. I can't believe that our justice system tolerates that behavior from our police. They were not interested in getting to the truth but it was all about getting a confession. I am in 100% support of the men & women who serve our communities but they need to be called when they abuse their power.

Pete Orbovich
Virginia Beach
reply print email Source: Editorial: Dryden Twp. seeks slight increase in police millage
2018 Police Millage request
July 26, 2018 | 11:15 AM

Is this request for police department only not for other uses?

merwin mckechnie
dryden
reply print email Source: Editorial: ‘Reasonable Doubt’ examines Grondin murder conviction
Not guilty
July 19, 2018 | 03:42 PM

I have read about this case and I have watched the episode of reasonable doubt now I don't always take show on their merit but this case has one of those that you really have to get to know and as I watched the program there was something about this young man that says he is innocent.
If we start with their love for each other shows that there was way he could have killed her.
The next is the text messages there is no proof that there was animosity toward each other no proof.
Then there is the interagation it proved that the cops had bullied this young man into a confession this young man knew nothing of the crime everything was put into this young mans head he knew absolutely nothing of the crime it showed when the cop mentioned about possible sucicde why would the cop even bring that up if thiey thought this young man exacuted her it makes no sense.
So I like many other people believe this young man is innocent.

Robert Smith
Sarasota
reply print email Source: Editorial: Yule Love It Lavender Farm poetry winners
Lavender
July 13, 2018 | 08:11 PM

Thank you poets, for taking us there

Margaret Wilkie
Redford Twp
reply print email Source: Editorial: ‘Reasonable Doubt’ examines Grondin murder conviction
INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY
July 07, 2018 | 02:02 AM

Every time I read another story of abuse of power by elected/appointed or assigned individuals in our justice system I experience incredible trauma

Patricia Fitzner
Amado
reply print email Source: Editorial: Busker Fest will return to Imlay City next year
Busker Fest
July 04, 2018 | 03:22 PM

First, I wish the paper would publish the community comments on this post and not just the committees spin on things. Second, the date stinks. Not only is it Fathers Day weekend, it's graduation open house and weddings in June. I heard a lot of people say their schedule kept them from going. Third, performers asking for tips is not my idea of a community festival. Let's celebrate the rural area that we are & not try to compete with urban areas.

Janet
Imlay Citu
reply print email Source: Editorial: Busker Fest will return to Imlay City next year
Busker festival
July 04, 2018 | 12:26 PM

Not happy with date. To many weddings & graduation parties during that time. Was VERY disappointed hat there was not many craft tents as in previous years with the blueberry festival. Not enough variety of food trucks. But.... hopefully t

Linda
Attica
reply print email Source: Editorial: Busker Fest will return to Imlay City next year
Let's do it again!
July 04, 2018 | 09:51 AM

It was all kid friendly. The buskers had my small granddaughters attention with their fun performances. The future busker contest had good participation by local kids. The parade was fun. I never made it to the beer tent because I was so entertained by the street performers. My two cents;)

Pearly Mae
Attica
reply print email Source: Editorial: Busker Fest will return to Imlay City next year
DONT BRING IT BACK!!
July 03, 2018 | 05:48 PM

Not child's friendly, where are all of the shops and food trucks? Bring back the blueberry fest!!!

Anonymous
Imlay city
reply print email Source: Editorial: Hundreds of bicyclists paying visit to Almont
Enjoying the riders
June 26, 2018 | 06:06 PM

Congrats onthe well organized ride. They went by my home, had a stopping spot right down the road from me, and were very respectful. Was good to see all ages. Looked like a good time for families to do things together. America needs more of that. Hopefully they choose this route again.

Gladys Stiffler
Portland, Michigan. 48875
reply print email Source: Editorial: Organizers weigh in on first Busker Fest
Busker fest
June 26, 2018 | 03:38 PM

I had family that came from miles south and even southern states, that attended the blueberry festival, huge disappointment, the fireworks drug in so many people, I hate to say it but having the busker festival is not going to bring near as much revenue as the blueberry fest. And what about little miss blueberry? Or the pie eating contest? Weve been known for the blueberry fest for years. Very dissapointing decision on the city's part.

Chase
Attica
reply print email Source: Editorial: Organizers weigh in on first Busker Fest
June 21, 2018 | 09:01 PM

I would like to see the festival date moved back to the normal time. Also what happened to the fireworks??? I think these 2 things had a huge affect on your attendance

M
Imlay City
reply print email Source: Editorial: Organizers weigh in on first Busker Fest
Busker festival organizers opinion, nobody is really asking the
June 21, 2018 | 02:04 PM

The attendance to the festival was horrible, everyone was out of town. What happend to all the street vendor? The fun activities? The only "fun"ť activity was the parade and even that was nothing like it used to be. 3rd street needs to be closed if I saw random cars pulling out of during the parade that needed to be controles and it wasn't. Bring back the blueberry festival.

Maria
Imlay city
reply print email Source: Editorial: Organizers weigh in on first Busker Fest
Organizers weigh in on first Busker Fest
June 21, 2018 | 01:32 PM

Nobody was in town... Attendance was lower than any recent Blueberry Festival, with one exception - the parade. People came out for the parade because it was the only portion of the festival that had any sort of local/community connection that people could identify with. Bringing in random street performers from parts unknown is pointless. Better planning and execution of the Blueberry Festival to improve attendance would have been a MUCH better use of effort, than a new event with no roots...

Weighing reactions from few people who actually attended the Busker Fest, is pretty skewed - as it does not consider the droves of people who avoided it.

Dan
Imlay City
reply print email Source: Editorial: ‘Reasonable Doubt’ examines Grondin murder conviction
Justice 4KC and accountability in our Justice system
June 14, 2018 | 09:32 PM

I applaud the fight for KC
It is too bad that the rest of us have to get involved to hold our justice system accountable. Too many times the lack of passion for the truth causes people to be complacent and downright lazy. Only will ourservice agencies be held accountable if we continue to keep a leash on these services. We can trust policy but we cannot always trust the people who enforce the policy. And the only way to enforce policies is to hold those accountable that take their decisions and positions lightly. It's too bad that these things happen but when they do we are called to fight for one in the name of all, holding our justice system on a leash. Praise God the Truth does set us free.


Kevin Town
Lake Orion mi
reply print email Source: Editorial: ‘Reasonable Doubt’ examines Grondin murder conviction
K.C. Grondin
June 14, 2018 | 11:08 AM

I was shocked at the investigation into this murder, this is the most obvious miscarriage of justice I've seen to date. How they didn't locate her at her aunt's before sending searchers is the first hint that they had no idea what they were doing, the coercion of the "confession"ť that wasn't a confession is another. I'm confused as to how the jury could find him guilty with such a lack of evidence. I'm not in law enforcement or any form of detective but it's obvious to a layman there wasn't sufficient evidence to convict not to mention the young man's demeanor and obvious love for this poor girl who hasn't gotten justice

Kelly
Salem
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