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When Faith Wins Fear Loses

Fear is as old as Eden and as current as the daily paper or television news roundup. Trembling times have been around throughout history; but you may think today’s panic…

What’s Cooking?

With so much fresh fish out there in the market, I have this week a great recipe for Salmon. INDOOR  BARBECUED  SALMON When the weather leaves you out in the…

Income down, but taxes, surcharges contunue to rise

A local attorney supplied me with some harrowing statistics in regards to income in Clare County. In almost every governmental unit- city, village or township, median household income, according to…

Presidential Salute Time

Monday is that great American holiday, President’s Day. It is the day set aside to honor America’s presidents, all of them, and to get a good deal on everything from…

Still Valentines?

“Doesn’t anybody stay together anymore?” asked a once popular song. Sadly, it’s a question that’s still in tune with today’s marriage miseries. Home breakups are the major tragedy of our…

What’s Cooking?

Now that it is still cold outside, soup sounds real good, so here are several of my favorites… POTATO CHEDDAR  SOUP 2       pounds new red potatoes, cut into 1/2 inch…

Tough being a clerk these days

It’s been a rough year for clerks. Just off the top of my head, I can count three in this county, that are embroiled in controversy. In 2015 it was…

Esther and Elvis

The Elvis Presley Estate just marked his birthday on January 8. The King was and is a majestic 81 years old. The two big markers of Elvis’ life always invite…

Those fabulous February Presidents

February is the month Americans celebrate the birthdays of two unforgettable presidents: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. While we do this officially on President’s Day, many still prefer to do…

What’s Cooking?

For those of you that will be in tune with the Great Game this weekend, I have several recipes that are easy and very good to eat, so here goes…… BUFFALO …