Blogs

You can teach an old house new tricks!

April 19, 2014
You can teach an old house new tricks!

The Kitchen Sink. A blog by Stephanie Wagner.  Finally – after months of never being alone in my house, agonizing over decisions that I never knew existed, and ruining two vacuum cleaners with construction debris – the kitchen is finished! Here is the recap:  We bought a house that was built in 1891.  It was in great condition compared to…

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Build Better Michigan Roads was the House’s focus this week

April 19, 2014
Build Better Michigan Roads was the House’s focus this week

The Capitol Report. By Rep. Ray Franz, R-Onekama. This is the Capitol Report for the week of April 14-18. The introduction of several bills to provide additional road funding, based on the House’s “Build Better Michigan Roads” proposal, were a main focus this week. The plan provides more efficiency, better quality and improved fairness as a way to start increasing…

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Top signs your brakes are going bad

April 18, 2014
Top signs your brakes are going bad

Good Neighbor Tips. A blog by Erin Doan State Farm Insurance Agency. Brakes are a vital safety feature of any vehicle, and getting acquainted with your brake system should be a priority. “The braking system on your vehicle is critical in keeping you and your passengers alive and well and your vehicle out of the body shop,” says James Solomon,…

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High rivers are not fishable rivers

April 18, 2014
High rivers are not fishable rivers

For the Love of Fishing. A blog by Sean McDonald is brought to you by Frontier Communications. High speed Internet starting at $19.99 a month. www.frontier.com; 1-888-770-6869.  The 4 inches plus of rain has changed the river fishing and now all of our rivers are not fishable until at least the weekend from a boat. The rivers now are very angry.…

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Use your hand tools more safely

April 4, 2014
Use your hand tools more safely

Good Neighbor Tips. A blog by Erin Doan State Farm Insurance Agency. You may routinely reach for a hand tool when you have a job to do, but don’t short-change safety when you use it. Hand tools cause bruises, punctures, broken bones and far more serious injuries each year. Before you start your next DIY project, review these safety tips:…

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Death Notices

Betty L. Lundquist, 93
Ardith Brown, 89

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