There’s no doubt that managing critters in the landscape can be a challenge especially as food supplies start to dwindle. If you are battling with rabbits, deer, groundhogs or other wildlife, …

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The taxpayer’s are paying at present 1.44 mills for a millage that continues until 2025 which we pay now on our taxes. The White Lake Fire Authority (WLFA) is asking for an additional 1.65 mil…

Wow! This month flew by. It’s hard to believe we have been here in Texas at this church for over a month already. Today was the first day that the temperature did not hit 90+ in the afternoon.

I am impressed with Mr. Mikkelson’s astute observations from last week’s Beacon.

According to an article I just read from the Michigan Chamber of Commerce about one half of our state’s communities have opted out of allowing recreational marijuana sold in their “back yard.”

In our United States, registered voters have the privilege of electing our president, our state governors, our members of congress and many officials at the local level.

I agree with last week’s reader that savvy Americans will decide whether or not Trump’s admitted contacts with Ukrainian President Zelensky violate his Oath of Office, violate the U.S.Constitu…

By Lucas Nelsen

Last week the Michigan Pet Fund Alliance announced that Michigan shelters achieved a combined live release rate of 90%, a benchmark for determining No Kill. Reducing the killing in Michigan sh…

Authorize remote “satellite” pharmacies — Senate Bill 340

Last year my best friend’s husband died. We are now approaching the anniversary of his death. With that in mind, I have been searching for a gift to send her to help her through what is going …

Social Security touches the lives of nearly every American. Hispanics make up our nation’s largest ethnic minority group with a population of 58.9 million, representing 18.1 percent of the nat…

Debate over “fixing the damn roads” has generally split into two general paths forward – the remedies offered by the governor’s office and the legislature. But a new Citizens Research Council …

I met with the widow and her sons to plan her husband’s funeral services. She was a soft-spoken, genteel woman. As we stood to select the casket, I saw her falter. Her strength was weakening. …

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