Letter to the Editor: Lovely tribute for former fireman

Dear Editor, This letter is really to the Independence Township firemen. So many thank yous for the beautiful, thoughtful, loving memorial service you created last week for Chief Gar Wilson. He was such an incredible man who gave us his all – his time, his help his love and concern, and birth of our Depot […]

Letter to the Editor: Reader questions local eatery

Dear Editor, Last year due to capacity restrictions placed on restaurants due to the COVID pandemic, the Union Joints restaurant group received approval to expand their capacity by utilizing approximately 50 percent on East Church Street. Even though most of the restrictions have been or will be eliminated, Honcho still has the street blocked off and filled […]

Letter to the Editor: Inspired by CCS staff, students

Dear Editor, In a difficult year, thank you to our inspiring children, youth, educators, and administrators! The 2021 Clarkston Area Assistance (CAYA) Youth Recognition Program recognized and celebrated 66 Clarkston-area children and youth, from Young Fives to grade 12 for working on their own well-being (personal growth) and/or for demonstrating their concern for the well-being […]

Letter to the Editor: Thankful for business assistance

Dear Editor, The CHS Senior Celebrations Committee would like to extend a huge thank you to members of our business community and school families who helped to make our Class of 2021 Enhanced Senior Picnic a great success! Our school families (both senior and underclass) stepped up, not only with incredible donations, but by volunteering […]

Letter to the Editor: Protestors demand return of walk-in, next-day services from Michigan’s Secretary of State

Dear Editor, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is receiving mixed reviews from the public and legislature recently on her performance across the state. During the recent pandemic, everyone understood the need to restrict branch hours and reduce services. They supported the Secretary’s decision to eliminate waiting rooms in branches, postpone certain non-essential services, and require […]

Letter to the Editor: Thank you, Neiman’s

Dear Editor, There is a positive movement growing even stronger today to be thankful and grateful for what we have and to be encouraged for what lies ahead. The Clarkston Foundation would like to share their appreciation to Nate Neiman and Neiman’s Family Market for the generous donation of 1,000 complimentary continental breakfast gift cards […]

Letter to the Editor: Take note – No Memorial Day cemetery service this holiday

Dear Editor, Due to continued mandates concerning public gatherings and other uncertainties regarding public health issues, Campbell-Richmond Post 63 regrets having to announce the cancellation of its annual Memorial Day service at Lakeview Cemetery scheduled for May 31, 2021. This cancellation was a result of some of the continued mandates affecting public gatherings such as […]

Letter to the Editor: Nix the trash on Holcomb Road

Dear Editor, Those who reside on or in the vicinity of Holcomb Road in both Independence and Springfield townships are fortunate to live in an area of great natural beauty. It is a privilege to be a resident of that area. Unfortunately, there are a number of homeowners directly on Holcomb Road who choose not […]

Letter to the Editor: Please respect your neighbor

Dear Editor, Spring is here! Litter is here! Respect for our community and planet is gone. It’s hard to understand why anyone would continue to trash our neighborhoods. How will we ever agree on anything if we can’t properly dispose of our trash? Please respect your neighbor. Realtor signs are popping up like dandelions. The […]

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