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Homer girls get key split with Concord

Homer girls get key split with Concord

by Mike WarnerThe Homer girls varsity softball team split an early-season Big Eight Conference...

Homer drops close game to Jackson; swept by Concord

Homer drops close game to Jackson; swept by Concord

by Mike WarnerUncharacteristic mistakes plagued the Homer varsity baseball team in a Big Eight...

Measure would raise taxes to repair state roads

Measure would raise taxes to repair state roads

by Mike WarnerThere isn’t much argument that many Michigan roads are in bad need of repair. There...

Squeamish

Squeamish

Litchfield’s Rain Barnett reluctantly reaches out to touch a cockroach during Litchfield Community...


Squeamish

Litchfield’s Rain Barnett reluctantly reaches out to touch a cockroach during Litchfield Community Schools family science night last week. The exhibits were part of the Cranbrook Institute of Science display.

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Land sale opens way to build new playground

by Mike Warner
The Litchfield Community Schools Board of Education Monday voted to sell a piece of land, estimated to be under two acres, to the city to accommodate a new playground that will
be constructed with donations from Karen Purdy and the Purdy Foundation.

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Litchfield baseball squad picks up first win of season

by Bill Mullaly
The Litchfield varsity baseball team picked up their first win of the season by taking the consolation game from Burr Oak in the Tekonsha Invitational Saturday. The Terriers came away 
with an exciting 8-7 win by holding off a Bobcat rally. The Terriers were in the consolation game after dropping the first contest of the day to Bellevue 11-1.

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Homer drops close game to Jackson; swept by Concord

by Mike Warner
Uncharacteristic mistakes plagued the Homer varsity baseball team in a Big Eight Conference showdown with Concord last week, allowing the Yellowjackets to sweep a pair of contests
from the Trojans. Homer bounced back Thursday to take a non-league doubleheader from Delton-Kellogg, then dropped a tough 2-1 decision Saturday night on the road to Jackson.

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Seriously ill daughter decides to get back ‘in the game’

by Kristy Smith

Coming home from my daughter’s bedside at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan for an all too brief 24-hour break, I felt like some kind of groundhog that had burrowed up from its underground existence only to be blinded by the sun. I spent time with my son who, despite being given great care by my nephew’s family and helpful classmates’ parents, was feeling neglected by his own. I watched his track invitational, took him to a Young Marines encampment in Battle Creek, and yelled at him about leaving dirty socks in the
dining room. Just like always.

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There can be magic sharing ameal together

by Rev. Tim Marvil

The Travel Channel has a new show on called “Breaking Borders.” The premise is that a chef and a journalist travel to areas of the world experiencing strife and discord and invite people from each side of the disagreement to a common meal to be shared. Meals are chosen to be representative of each party’s culture. So far, they have traveled to Rwanda, Northern Ireland, Egypt, Sarajevo, Kashmir, the US-Mexican border and the West Bank of Palestine.

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