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Letters 03-30-2015

Bigotry Determined Webster’s New World Dictionary defines “bigot” as “a person who holds blindly and intolerantly to a particular creed, opinion, etc.” and “bigotry” as “the behavior, attitude, or beliefs of a bigot.”

Police State Thomas Kachadurian’s column might get the facts right but misses the story.

Oppose The Shell Game Is this a Shell Game? As a Democrat, I support increased taxes on motor fuels and vehicles to provide funding for our transportation infrastructure.

Sugars On The Way Senator Patrick Colbeck from Canton introduced a bill and the Senate passed it allowing schools and Girl & Boy Scout troops to have up to 3 bake sales per week.

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Monday, January 19, 2015

Summer of Detentions

Features Patrick Sullivan “Can I swear it in front of a judge? Well, I can swear that that’s what I was told,” Dziekan said. “From what witnesses have told me, in most cases, people were stopped by immigration just because they looked Hispanic and then, when they were found not to have valid identification, then they were taken,” he said.
 
Monday, January 19, 2015

Top Gear

Features Car enthusiasts’ differences might be great — age, income, background — but what they share is ever greater: a true passion for motor vehicles. Be they roadsters, muscle cars from the 70s or antique cars from the 30s, autos inspire these aficionados to dream big.
 
Monday, January 19, 2015

The Electric Car Revolution

Features Kristi Kates But alongside that German engineering is an efficient electric system with three driving modes — normal, eco and ecoplus — for every travel need you might have.
 
Monday, January 19, 2015

Clip N' Keep

Features Kristi Kates Get your motor runnin’, head out on the highway — and point your GPS to one of northern Michigan’s great car shows! Spring, summer and fall all welcome gatherings of motorists to locations across the region, so here’s your guide to some of the most popular car events on the way for the 2015 season.
 
Monday, January 19, 2015

Gone Truckin'

Features Beth Milligan Many northern Michiganders consider themselves experienced drivers in treacherous conditions, but for die-hard gearheads, wintry roads pale in comparison to roaring over steep hills, spinning through mud pits, climbing over boulders and racing up ski slopes. We spoke to the region’s most passionate (dare we say obsessive?)off-roading enthusiasts about the events – and vehicles – that drive them.
 
Monday, January 12, 2015

Groups and meetings a support backbone for many

Features Ross Boissoneau Amy Juneau is a clinical oncology social worker in Petoskey. She works with McLaren Cancer Institute/Karmanos Cancer Institute to assist those dealing with cancer. She breaks down the disease’s effects into what she calls five dimensions of survivorship:.
 
Monday, January 12, 2015

Healing Vanguard

Features Beth Milligan Three regional oncologists are leading the charge to battle cancer in their communities. Whether working to open the region’s first cancer center, exploring alternative therapies to relieve cancer’s debilitating side effects or being motivated by a...
 
Monday, January 12, 2015

Cancer Survivors

Features Ross Boissoneau “He asked me if there was anything else I wanted to talk about,” said Lanham. Rather than discuss her sadness at the loss of her husband, “I said, ‘the only thing is I’m still having shortness of breath.’ He said, ‘You know, we might want to do a pulmonary study.
 
Monday, January 12, 2015

Conquering Cancer

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Monday, January 12, 2015

Dogs and Snow Go Go Go!

Features Kristi Kates an outlet for other charities and organizations to use the festival as a fundraising tool,” Collins said. “Kiwanis hosts the breakfasts, the Kalkaska Fairboard will host the lunches and we are trying to find a local brewery to sponsor a new adult beverage pavilion.
 
Monday, January 5, 2015

The Guy Behind the Projector: Craig Stutzky’s Petoskey Film Theater

Features Kristi Kates “I go right from my day job to the movie nights on Wednesdays and Fridays,” he explained. “And I try to make sure my on-call nights don’t fall on movie nights either. The show must go on!” It takes Stutzky a couple hours, twice a week, to set everything up: the chairs, the refreshments and the film equipment.
 
Monday, January 5, 2015

Want To Become A Campground Host?

Features Mike Terrell Each year, hundreds of people volunteer as campground hosts, spending a month or more camping for free. The only catch is that they must spend 30 hours per week directing visitors to campsites, planning campground activities, answering questions about the park and surrounding area, and performing light park maintenance.
 
Monday, January 5, 2015

Swinging Through the Seasons at Shot Makers

Features Kristi Kates Lloyd Swadling started playing golf his freshman year of high school. And from the day he started, he was instantly hooked. What began as a sporting hobby has turned into a career for the Alanson entrepreneur who has opened an all-seasons golfing center in his hometown.
 
Monday, January 5, 2015

Northern Michigan’s Most Wanted

Features Patrick Sullivan Next, the team comes up with a plan for the day. This might mean setting up surveillance at a home or business. Maybe they’ve discovered a disgruntled family member who is ready to talk. Often, fugitives will make it easy for the police who are hunting them.
 
Sunday, December 28, 2014

The Dock Job

Features Patrick Sullivan A civil trial found Gomery defrauded Topous of half of his ownership of Mitchell Creek Golf Course by doctoring the operating agreement. He was also found to have defrauded Topous of a $25,000 legal fee, ostensibly to defend Topous’ brother or to settle a case.
 
 
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