September 29, 2011 RSS feed / Editorial

Two leaders lost

Our Opinion

Houghton Lake lost two longtime businessmen this past week, both who had a profound impact on their communities, one a nonagenarian and one a centenarian. More...

Support policies that promote home ownership, strengthen economy, create jobs

Guest Opinion

I recently wrote our U.S. Congressman and Senator to urge them to support policies at the federal level that protect the American dream of home ownership, kick-start the economy and create good jobs. More...

IT HAPPENED THIS WEEK

REPRINTED FROM HOUGHTON LAKE RESORTER AND ROSCOMMON COUNTY HERALD-NEWS BACK ISSUES 125 YEARS AGO-OCTOBER 1, 1886  Local Items Cool Weather   More...

Marketing the Bobcats

Marketing will become as much of a part of Houghton Lake Bobcat sports as the teams in the future with a plan to offer sponsorships to private businesses and individuals. More...

Teachers take note: Neutrality toward religion cuts both ways

By now, it should be axiomatic that public school teachers can’t take sides in religion.  After all, the Supreme Court has been hammering this point home for more than 60 years: Under the First Amendment’s establishment clause, publi More...

Resorter Reader Poll

Last week’s results Gov. More...

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Poll

How do you feel about Michigan’s presidential election recount potentially costing tax payers more than $4 million, even though it won’t change the outcome for Green Party candidate Jill Stein?