Letters to the Editor – August 20, 2009

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Why pay for electric, fossil fuel? Dear Editor, I like the idea of the Cash for Clunkers program. The only trouble I see with this type of program is that we, the taxpayers, could do better spending $500 or less to convert the clunkers to hydrogen power. Think of how MANY more people could get money back for their cars. What is the problem with converting to hydrogen [...]

Obituaries – August 20, 2009

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“Keyonie” Keyonie, one-of-a-kind Jack Russell Terrier, of Rockford unexpectedly went home to doggie heaven on Sunday, August 16, 2009. “KiKi” was a character of her own—smart, adventurous and stubbornly lovable. She was a constant presence in the short stretch connecting Pearl and Donald streets in downtown Rockford since 1997. She was a beloved friend [...]

News Bits – August 20, 2009

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Rev. Williams appointed to Courtland-Oakfield United Methodist Church Michigan Area Bishop Jonathan D. Keaton has appointed Rev. Jeff Williams to Courtland-Oakfield United Methodist Church at half-time status as of July 1, 2009. Rev. Williams currently serves White Pines United Methodist Church in Belmont. His service there changed to half-time status as of July 1 as [...]

Main Street by Roger Allen publisher

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  Roger Allen, publisher. LUST Not as interesting as it sounds when it comes to the state budget. It stands for Leaking Underground Storage Tanks. In decades past, it seemed as though a small gas station stood on nearly every corner, sometimes just a pump or two in front of a neighborhood grocery store. The stations are mostly gone, but the big tanks buried beneath them [...]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon

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Jerry Coon, Enrolled Agent Everyone affected by health care reform Health care reform may be the biggest issue currently confronting all of us. The troubles of the automobile industry are well-documented and their problems do affect each of us in some way. My father was a GM retiree, so my mother’s survivor’s benefits may be directly affected by what is happening with [...]
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