May 22, 2010 RSS feed / Columnists

Michigan Politics

Justice Weaver ‘Will Not Be Bullied’

It's been intra-party Slam Week for Republicans seeking the gubernatorial nomination, and for GOP justices on the Michigan Supreme Court. More...


The most beautiful day of the spring season was Tuesday, May 18, as temperatures were in the high 70s with radiant sunshine, blue skies, and calm winds. More...

Maintaining Your Health on Mackinac

Counterfeit Medication Is a Global Industry

Debates about the pharmaceutical industry, and the reasons for the seemingly exorbitant prices and availability of drugs in the United States, are at an all-time high. More...

Nature Notes

Cardinals, Sharp-shin Hawks Can be Heard on Mackinac

One of the joys I have, after my horse has returned to the Island, is getting up early and walking up the hill behind my house to feed him. I know it sounds odd, but this is my quiet time for thinking and listening. More...

Horse Tales

Different Breeds of Horses Have Various Shades of Color

“In the first chariot were red horses, in the second chariot were black horses, in the third chariot white horses, in the fourth chariot dappled gray.” - Zachariah     More...

A Look at History

May, Murdick Are Oldest Names in Island Fudge Business

May has come once again to Mackinac Island. By coincidence, the month when many of our fudge shops open is also the name of one of our Island’s best-known confectioners – May’s Candy Shop.   More...

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