Makayla Fernandez, left, and Izzy Gould get caught up in showing off their five golden rings in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” song last week at Litchfield Community Schools Christmas concert.
by Kelly Gampel
With depleting funds, the Community Foundation Alliance of Calhoun County will dissolve. “This really is a positive thing,” Carol Petredean-Di Salvio, administrator for CFACC said. “The CFACC has been beneficial to the communities over the last 16 years.
by Bill Mullaly
The Litchfield boys varsity basketball team was on opposite ends of lopsided decisions last week on the road. They picked up a one-sided 72-44 win in the opener over Will Carleton Academy last Tuesday, however, they were on the short end of a one-sided affair Friday, as county rival Reading posted a 74-42 victory.
by Mike Warner
While the Homer boys varsity basketball team continues to search for an offensive identity after their first two games, it appears fighting for 32 minutes will not be an issue. The Trojans scored just 44 and 41 points in their first two games - a win over Bronson and a loss to Hillsdale - but the twotime defending Big Eight Conference champions
by Kristy Smith
I arrived at my Upper Peninsula hotel well after dark. Despite trying to leave work shortly after lunch, circumstances of the day had conspired against me, as they are prone to do. My to-do list became longer than the time available to complete it, which shot in the butt my trying to complete my nearly 300-mile trek north before dusk.
by Albert D. McCallum
So far, we have seen how free people seek to better serve others. By better serving others, we get them to better serve us. In free markets, the wealthiest people will be those who best serve others. We don’t need a library full of laws and legions of bureaucrats to motivate individuals to serve each other.