by Dr. Buono in the November 10 Northern Express. While I applaud your enthusiasm embracing a market solution for global climate change and believe that this is a vital piece of the overall approach, it is almost laughable and at least naive to believe that your Representative Mr.
It didn’t take long for police to make an arrest after someone broke into a shooting range in May and made off with five semiautomatic handguns.
Break-ins that involve stolen handguns tend to get a lot of police attention, and this one was no exception.
Last year at the Traverse City Film Festival, I volunteered at the State Theater. My shift, which consisted of taking tickets and counting occupants, had me working alongside a couple who were summering in the area.
British soldiers didn’t take Mackinac Island entirely by surprise 200 years ago, though they may as well have.
When the British invaded on July 17, 1812, they found the Americans unprepared because news of the war had not yet reached this frontier outpost, even though President James Madison had declared war on the British a month earlier.
When science fiction writer Ray Bradbury died last month, the world mourned the loss of a literary giant.
Northwestern Michigan College professor Garyn Roberts mourned the loss of a friend.
Roberts, an English instructor at Northwestern Michigan College, has been working on a biography of Bradbury and grew close to the author over the years. Recently, the Express sat down with Roberts to talk about Bradbury, science fiction and other literary forms that grew out of the “pulp” publications of the early 20th Century.
This is the second of two stories about a family in Elk Rapids who encountered a mortgage modification scam artist and wound up on the brink of losing their home. Last week, the Express looked at what happened to Pablo and Guadalupe Bocardo that caused their home to be foreclosed.
This week, we look at the efforts of their attorney to fight Fannie Mae to get their house back.