February 14, 2019 | 06:12 PM
Im surprised it managed to stay open as long as it did. Really nice store but there is barely anything in it. Even in the mist of holiday shopping the store had very limited choices. Also it is pricey.
February 14, 2019 | 05:43 PM
We really need the store to stay open. We dont have much around the area. I live in North Branch. And always shop there.
going to miss this store
February 14, 2019 | 02:40 PM
its sad you guys are closing I always enjoyed shopping in your store
January 31, 2019 | 09:55 AM
Everyone here at Four County Community Foundation is enjoying your story about Hale Currier. Our office is located in the former Currier home in Almont, and we have heard a number of tales of Hale's ghost as he (gently) haunts the Octagon House. Thanks for giving us more of the story!
January 18, 2019 | 10:43 PM
We would love to have this in our park
Trail Tree Markers
January 18, 2019 | 04:19 PM
My husband and I followed an article in the Michigan History Magazine on the old Pontiac Trail. I wonder if there are any trail tree markers there?
Capac‚Äôs Unsolved Mystery
January 14, 2019 | 11:22 AM
I've read every one of Doug Hunter's articles so far. Such an amazing search effort by so many people. Hale Currier must have been one special guy.
Looking forward to Doug's next installment. Great job, Doug.
Capac Masonic Lodge Meeting Night
January 11, 2019 | 08:57 AM
Forest Lodge No. 126 Capac masons meet at 7:30 p.m. every 1st Tuesday of the month at the Masonic Lodge above the library in Capac.
Doug Hunter story
January 09, 2019 | 04:54 PM
Great story, very well written. Look forward to the next segment. A "Story behind the story" would be a good finale, if possible. There is little enough information available from the newspapers of the time, and virtually everyone old enough to have first hand knowledge has passed. I think it would be interesting to see how you pieced this puzzle together.
Formerly of Imlay City
very possible answer to Curriers disappearance
January 04, 2019 | 02:59 PM
Hi Doug, I love a good mystery. Have you looked into Can Am Missing Project? Please Google this. Thousands of people that have gone missing seemingly into thin air U.S.
Capac‚Äôs unsolved mystery
January 01, 2019 | 12:13 PM
I remember this story well. My grandfather was Reddy Waltz. I was only able to read section 1,2 and 3. Where can I find further sections. Great job Doug Hunter
Jeanne Ploeger Chamberlain
Capac's Unsolved loved Mystery
December 14, 2018 | 09:48 PM
I'll be looking forward to reading Part V. Doug Hunter has done a wonderful job documenting this enormous search.
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.
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,
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
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.
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'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.
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?
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!
Burtchville (from Imlay City)
August 28, 2018 | 05:47 AM
Excellent opinion piece!
August 18, 2018 | 12:36 PM
Interesting story. Not many Hough's in our neck of the woods.
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.
St. Joseph, Michigan
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!
West Columbia, SC
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!
Swiss Farms article
August 05, 2018 | 03:54 AM
Great article,as is Swiss Farms and the Zach family!
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.
2018 Police Millage request
July 26, 2018 | 11:15 AM
Is this request for police department only not for other uses?
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.