10 Ways To Help Bees And Butterflies Thrive

May 11, 2015 // 0 Comments

Here’s news that’s created a buzz. Three-quarters of the world’s flowering plants and food crops rely on pollinating insects such as bees and butterflies to help them reproduce. Unfortunately, bee populations are being threatened by a range of issues such as colony collapse disorder, pesticides, mites, disease and climate change. Butterfly populations [...]

Dear Editor,

May 11, 2015 // 0 Comments

In your April 23 issue, the article “When kids don’t want to read” has a huge and important factor left out! Having been a teacher with special needs students, adults, and “normal” people, with being a retired licensed mental health professional, I take issue with the article. The first problem is not being addressed. It is not that some don’t like to read, it [...]

Eighty degrees to five in one long drive, continued

May 6, 2015 // 0 Comments

  By BETH ALTENA   Time sure flies. Plus there has been a ton of news in our lovely city, filling up the Squire pages since the first of the year. Your editor wrote about a short vacation that started the day after Christmas 2014 and took us on an interesting road trip. We enjoy sharing our itineraries in case other residents might want to consider following our [...]

Cannon Township identifies condos, multi-family development as needed

April 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

Undeveloped Town Square identified as most critical issue   By BETH ALTENA   Cannon Township Planning Commission spent an enlightening evening going over the township’s final version of the Five Year Master Plan which goes before the regular board at the next meeting for approval or changes. According to Paul LeBlanc, township planner, the document is [...]
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