Letters

Letters 08-22-2016

Historically Wrong In regard to Mary Keyes Rogers’ column about the downtown charter amendment, neither Samuel Adams nor Thomas Jefferson were at the Constitutional Convention...

The Film Possibilities I was surprised that none of the Traverse City Film Festival films addressed the most pressing and dangerous issue of the day: radical Islamic Jihad. Perhaps a storyline could have illustrated how the West brought this on themselves, or if we could only find jobs for those fellows! Perhaps put it down to global warming...

Helmets Save Lives The facts are in. Wearing a helmet is the most effective tool to save your brain in a motorcycle accident. The bonus? Helmets also save hearts. Nearly two yrs ago, on Aug. 26, 2014 our son lived...

Topic: ranch
Monday, June 18, 2012

Death in the Forest

Features Robert Downes Killing 80 pig sows and their piglets in cold blood this spring to comply with a controversial order from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources was the toughest thing Dave Tuxbury has ever had to do.
 
Monday, June 9, 2014

TRAVERSE CITY’S Wild, Wild West

The Old West is alive and well in Traverse City’s southeast corner.

Features Mike Terrell Its Western-themed main lodge features beamed, vaulted ceilings and hosts a restaurant and bar. There’s a guesthouse styled like an old bunkhouse, 16 motel units, 25 campsites, and a low-slung, wood frame building that has a general store and rental equipment for outdoor activities.
 
Monday, March 16, 2015

A Spiritual Home In The Woods

Features Bridgette Steele Ten miles north of Vanderbilt, nestled deep in the Pigeon River Forest, sits a modest collection of buildings that comprise Song of the Morning Yoga Retreat Center, a place, according to Song of the Morning, for “spiritual refreshment to all truth thirsty souls.
 
Saturday, December 12, 2015

Glimpse Into the Past

Features Patrick Sullivan Rudolf Paziener arrived in the Boardman River Valley in 1922, it was known as “plains country” because loggers has stripped the land of trees as far as you could see.
 
 
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