The Truth Within Cartoons Thank you, Northern Express, for printing the current cartoons by both Jen Sorensen and Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling!
Faith and Politics: A Recipe for Disaster Government, religion, and ultra conservative politics is an alliance that if it stays the present course will be the demise of our great republic.
Applauding Boyne City: A wonderful thing happened in Boyne City. As of May 13, citizens are drinking clean water again. It feels great taking a good long drink knowing it can’t hurt you or anyone; not children, family, friends or animals, because water fluoridation has been stopped.
The Real Fluoride Story: According to a survey commissioned by the Michigan Oral Health Coalition, 60 percent of Traverse City residents support water fluoridation.
Snyder, Franz & School Cuts: Like
many grandparents, I was delighted to share first day of school
grandchild photos with my friends. It was a week of new beginnings for
the younger generation, and pride and fond remembrances for mine. Now
that school is underway, I am outraged at Governor Rick Snyder and
Representative Ray Franz for the continued repercussions that ripple
through our school systems due to reduced funding from Lansing.
No Longer A Split Ticket: In the past, I have never voted a straight party ticket. I try to find out about a candidate’s beliefs and personality such as his honesty, intelligence, lifestyle, education, and experience. Then I vote for the person, not a party.
Military In Schools Regarding Christine Minervini’s column, I have an issue with the idea that the military is a bad influence in our schools. What world do you live in
Pristine Freshwater Is Ours Seeing the “Acme Debate Rages” convinced me to grab a copy to take home to read in the privacy of my Williamsburg rental.
Diversity And Soccer Thomas Kachadurian’s “Sunday in the Park” seems to be trying to delineate contrasts between the well-groomed and financed Traverse City Little Leaguers and soccerplaying “migrant workers” who both use Bowers Harbor Park’s fields.
It’s All About The Water The Great Lakes are not a renewable resource. They are the product of glacial melt over 10,000 years ago.