Letters to the editor October 5, 2019

30th Annual Septemberfest Dear Editor, Brandon Township Parks and Recreation has been honored to host our 30th Annual Septemberfest. By our side were our many support groups and businesses with a majority of funding coming from Presenting Sponsors, Genisys Credit Union and Meijer of Oxford. Consumers Energy, DTE Energy, MSU Federal Credit Union, Randy Wise […]

Letters to the editor Sept. 28, 2019

What If a Tree Fell? Dear Editor, What if a tree fell in the Ortonville Village Park Forest – would anybody hear it? Dan Eshman, your house was built on Ortonville Village Park property. Trees were felled, vegetation cleared away, animals and birds had their homes displaced, and fragile flowers were pulled out by their […]

Letters to the editor Sept. 21, 2019

Together we made a difference. Dear editor, Please know how grateful we are to everyone who so generously donated school supplies and gave their time to our OCEF Back-To-School project. Because of your support, we were able to provide school supplies for over 200 students and over 65 families. Because of you, they can experience […]

Letters to the editor Sept. 14

Thank you Wojo’s Dear Editor, We would like to give a big thank you to Wojo’s for the beautiful flowers they donate every season for our downtown Ortonville planters. We get many compliments throughout the season. Bob Hauxwell and the DPW (In response to Citizenship Day, a letter by Bonnie Beltramo, and Immigration, a letter […]

Letters to the editor September 7

Trump defined Dear Editor, I haven’t written anything concerning Mr. Trump for more than a year now. I can’t stay quiet any longer. The definitions I am using are from Webster’s Dictionary. The opinions are my own. Taunting-to redicule, mock and insult; Rude-impolite, discourteous; Uncouth-awkward, clumsy in shape and appearance, vulgar in conduct and speech; […]

Letters to the editor August 31

Laone Trese: It takes a village (In response to, Community to honor Laone Trese, The Citizen, July 13, page 5.) Dear Editor, I was blessed to participate in the Laone Trese memorial celebration on a beautiful Saturday July 27 afternoon at Crossman Park. I have had the honor to know Laone both professionally and in […]

Letters to the editor August 24

Good Times in Goodrich This year, we had an outstanding turn out from the community supporting over 70 Vendors, 251 Registered Classic Cars & Trucks, Kid’s Zone and Our Back to the 80’s party. The Goodrich Festival and Events Committee would like to thank our sponsors, volunteers and supporters: ELGA Credit Union, Randy Wise, C&L […]

Letters to the editor August 17

(In response to Keeper of the island light, The Citizen, Aug. 10 page 3) Keeper of the light Dear Editor, I enjoyed reading Johnathan Schechter’s stories of once again this summer being keeper of the South Manitou Lighthouse. I will always read anything Sharon Greene, who wrote for The Oakland Press, and Johnathan Schechter write […]

Letters to the editor August 10

Thoughts and Prayers Dear Editor When will America do something about massive gun shootings? While I was working at Ford Motor Company, the Rouge, one of the Company doctors was harassing the nurses in demeaning, sometimes sexual, ways. Nurses were left in tears, took refuge in psychological medical leaves. Despite high minded and very public […]

Letters to the editor July 27, 2019

(In response to, “Flying dinosaurs are walking our streets,” a column by Don Rush, The Citizen, July 20, page 7) Sensible Dear Editor, Your “Flying dinosaurs” column was very sensible. It made the reasonable point that you don’t have to be a bird-watcher or a fan of dinosaur descendants to admire and enjoy our Michigan […]