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‘‘We were mortified by how trashed the Lake Fenton community left the football stadium Friday night. What an awful reflection of this community and the school district.”

I DON’T CARE how many times you say something that’s not true. It’s still not true.

‘‘Shiawassee Shores is a great place to live. It’s a beautiful setting, very safe, and the staff and residents are friendly and warm. I’m a new resident in the park, and I couldn’t be happier. It’s a pleasure to live in such a wonderful place. A true gem in Linden.”

‘‘As a Linden resident, I agree that the mural in town needs to be repainted but why not get a Linden artist to do the work? We already have the Mill building to view. Why paint another on a wall when the other is just a few steps away?”

‘‘I agree, parents have the right to decide how and where their children are educated. If they do not approve of the rules and policies of the local public schools, then choose to exercise your right and either choose a new school or home school. Problem solved.”

A big thank you to the Fenton Fire Department for their wonderful remembrance of 9/11/2001. Loved the bagpipes, flyover and speakers, so inspiring.

‘So excited to see that Bottles, Brews & News is back in person this fall. When I saw the ad this weekend, I scanned the QR code and bought my tickets right away. Cheers to Oct. 23rd.

‘‘A special thank you to Randy Wise Auto Group on Owen Road for their sensitivity to the loss of our U.S. soldiers with the lowering of their American flag to have acknowledged this horrible loss.”

‘‘Loved the Kari Holmes concert at the park a couple weeks ago. She has a great voice, is a very energetic performer, and she is gorgeous. She signed a record deal, but I hope she is not too big time to come back to Fenton next year.”

‘‘Loved seeing the 13 American flags as I drove by the home on Linden Road. It really touched my heart.”

‘‘I wish everybody had a neighbor like the one I have in Rusty Smith. What an awesome, awesome man.”

Football season starts this week. My wife and I wish all of our area teams substantial success.

‘‘Many thanks to Consumers Energy for supplying and distributing free food, ice, and water at the Loose Center over the weekend during the power outage. It was a beautiful, caring gesture during such a challenging time.”

‘‘Shout out to Consumers Energy and all the other hard-working crews who worked so diligently to restore our power after the resent storm. Hard hats off to you.”

‘‘Ms. Sharon Stone, I enjoy this small paper and trust people will keep putting in print the information citizens need to know. Only with a free press will we continue to be free.”

‘‘You can’t get there from here. Every day on my commute is an adventure with so many road closures and orange cones. I’ve been down some back roads that I never knew existed.”

‘‘What an utter and complete waste of money to hand out new garbage bins just because we have a new company.” 

‘‘Thank you so much nurse Elisa for taking the time, compassion and consideration to make sure I was okay when you saw me having a little bit of distress while mowing my ditch Sunday afternoon. Your kindness touched me. We need more people like you in the world.”

‘‘The traffic can be annoying, but I’m just happy they’re doing road work. This is what we all wanted. The delays will be worth it.”

‘‘Humble thanks to the man at Linden Free Methodist Church who helped me with my tire Wednesday morning. You do your church, and your community, proud. Your kindness and generosity are appreciated, remembered and will be paid forward.”

‘‘Wow, the Fenton Village Players have outdone themselves. Their production of ‘Something Rotten,’ a musical comedy, is entertaining, funny and performed by very talented people. You must pay attention to enjoy the one-liners and facial expressions. Even if you don’t like musicals, you shoul…

‘‘Preserving the history of Tyrone Township is so very important. The Tyrone Township Historical Society is on a mission to save and preserve this beautiful building. Please help us save our Historic 1887 Tyrone Township House.”

‘‘I want to thank the ladies who paid for my mom’s and my dinner Saturday evening, July 10, at the Fenton Coney in Fenton. It was my mom’s first eat-out since COVID hit and she was a little apprehensive to go. You made her day and put a smile on her face. Thank you, again.”

‘‘I have always been, am now, and will forever be a proud American.”

‘‘All these orange cones in town mean one thing, better roads.”

‘‘Prayers to the families who have lost loved ones in the Surfside condo building collapse. Let us pray for the first responders too. The outcome is not looking good and this is just so very sad. It breaks my heart.”

‘‘Appreciate Tri-County Times and David Troppens covering the Powers Catholic track team. So many local kids there, lovely to see them recognized in our hometown newspaper.”

‘‘Many thanks to Consumers Energy for supplying and distributing free food, ice, and water at the Loose Center over the weekend during the power outage. It was a beautiful, caring gesture during such a challenging time.”

‘‘Shout out to Consumers Energy and all the other hard-working crews who worked so diligently to restore our power after the resent storm. Hard hats off to you.”

‘‘Ms. Sharon Stone, I enjoy this small paper and trust people will keep putting in print the information citizens need to know. Only with a free press will we continue to be free.”

‘‘You can’t get there from here. Every day on my commute is an adventure with so many road closures and orange cones. I’ve been down some back roads that I never knew existed.”

‘‘What an utter and complete waste of money to hand out new garbage bins just because we have a new company.” 

‘‘Thank you so much nurse Elisa for taking the time, compassion and consideration to make sure I was okay when you saw me having a little bit of distress while mowing my ditch Sunday afternoon. Your kindness touched me. We need more people like you in the world.”

‘‘The traffic can be annoying, but I’m just happy they’re doing road work. This is what we all wanted. The delays will be worth it.”

‘‘Humble thanks to the man at Linden Free Methodist Church who helped me with my tire Wednesday morning. You do your church, and your community, proud. Your kindness and generosity are appreciated, remembered and will be paid forward.”

‘‘Wow, the Fenton Village Players have outdone themselves. Their production of ‘Something Rotten,’ a musical comedy, is entertaining, funny and performed by very talented people. You must pay attention to enjoy the one-liners and facial expressions. Even if you don’t like musicals, you shoul…

‘‘Preserving the history of Tyrone Township is so very important. The Tyrone Township Historical Society is on a mission to save and preserve this beautiful building. Please help us save our Historic 1887 Tyrone Township House.”

‘‘I want to thank the ladies who paid for my mom’s and my dinner Saturday evening, July 10, at the Fenton Coney in Fenton. It was my mom’s first eat-out since COVID hit and she was a little apprehensive to go. You made her day and put a smile on her face. Thank you, again.”

‘‘I have always been, am now, and will forever be a proud American.”

‘‘All these orange cones in town mean one thing, better roads.”

‘‘Prayers to the families who have lost loved ones in the Surfside condo building collapse. Let us pray for the first responders too. The outcome is not looking good and this is just so very sad. It breaks my heart.”

‘‘Appreciate Tri-County Times and David Troppens covering the Powers Catholic track team. So many local kids there, lovely to see them recognized in our hometown newspaper.”

WHY DOES FENTON Township board continue to reward Republic with trash contracts? Their equipment is dated, spreading trash all over as they drive down the roads, can’t manage to pick up lawn bags, etc. Time to rebid the contract.

‘‘Great Friday fish Fry at the Curtis-Wolverton VFW Post. Thanks to our community and surrounding area. The membership and great volunteers did an amazing effort again this year. Thanks to all for helping the Post and Auxiliary. Very soon, we can all meet again at the fish fry.”

‘‘What kind of people are so rude that they let their dogs, plural, run and leave calling cards on everyone’s grass, obnoxiously jump all over one’s clothing, etc, etc, yet think we are all glad to see them? Our neighbors.”

‘‘Congratulations to all of our area high school graduates. After making it through a pandemic, you can make it through anything in life.” 

‘‘The bike path grassy sides in Argentine Township have been mowed. Many thanks for making it safer and well-manicured now.”

‘‘Congratulations to T Mac and the Fenton Tigers. Track team, Division 1 STATE CHAMPIONS Wow! STATE CHAMPIONS!”

SO THE OWEN Road bridge over the highway was rebuilt and it still doesn’t include a sidewalk? I guess the hundreds of families that live west of town will be forever stuck out here, without an easy way to walk/ride to downtown Fenton. Bummer.

‘‘Attended the Holly Memorial Day parade and service at the cemetery. The band sounded great and it was just so nice being out there honoring all of our veterans who died while serving. Bless them all.”

‘‘If people could just 1. Communicate and 2. Trust. We could all more easily help each other through voluntary action. Be the change. You are the power.”

‘‘As you make plans for the holiday weekend, consider setting aside time on Memorial Day to honor the brave men and women who served and sacrificed for our freedom.”