Main Street by Roger Allen, publisher

0 for 2 Democrats struck out last week. Another nay-saying Republican to replace Ted Kennedy isn’t what they wanted. Sixty Senators can vote to allow debate; 59 isn’t enough. Now 41 Senate Republicans can say “NO” to everything and make it stick. So much for the people of this nation who want healthcare reform and […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon

  What to do if errors on your W-2 or 1099 Since deer season is over, the Lions are mercifully finished for the year, I’m too busy to go ice fishing, NASCAR doesn’t start until Daytona next month, and why watch golf without Tiger, I will get my cup of Herman’s Boy Pantlind Blend coffee […]

Birthdays—January 30–February 5

28th Linda Berris, Tom Hone, Carly Olson, Jack Palazzolo, Bernice Terry 31st Andy Fowle, Zachary Grant, Marie Heyboer FEBRUARY 1st Ayriel Mawby, Luella Wallen 2nd Joyce Brown, Dano Richard 3rd Betty Basel, Denise Davidson, Frieda Gulliver 4th Pete Kruer, Betty Wyckoff 5th Tamara Deardorff, Ben Halbersma, Rubi Schaub, Tom Sharpe, Marv Weemhoff

Words on Weather & Climate — January 28, 2010

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IPCC gets it wrong by CRAIG JAMES According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) website, “The Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change is the leading body for the assessment of climate change, established by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) to provide the world with a clear scientific […]

Who’s up for a sled race, “eh?”

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 Chandler Woods Academy 6th grade middle school students are. In conjunction with the students’ study of Canada, teachers hosted an outdoor winter carnival where the students raced sleds around the school grounds. Three rounds of races were held throughout the day, and the entire school was encouraged to participate or cheer on their favorite team named […]