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Just a reminder that Wreaths Across America can be purchased online and will be placed on graves at Great Lakes National Cemetery on Dec. 14 at 12 p.m. Come and help place wreaths if you can. Thanks.

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I live on Lobdell Lake and I am blessed to have a view from across the lake of the most beautifully decorated white trees that someone took the time to light. Thank you, and Merry Christmas.

The ‘memory tree’ in Oakwood Cemetery is up and ready for ornaments to be added in memory of your loved ones. There are 2,100 hundred lights on the tree this year. The gates are open all night for viewing.

Every day you can, thank a veteran for their service. Whether they operated a phone system or jumped out of helicopters, they deserve your respect. Our veterans are the reason the United States of America stays safe and protected. ‘Thank you’ is the least you can say. Want to go the extra mi…

I have witnessed so many near misses on the new roundabout at North and Torrey. If you are pulling up to the roundabout, you yield. Cars already on the roundabout have the right-of-way. Driving through quick and hoping for the best is going to get someone killed.

Please stop the inter-generational sniping. As a community and as a nation, we need the collective skills and wisdom of all people including millennials and boomers.

MAYBE YOU COULD ask your wife what untruths our president has told? The President has been accused of just about everything under the sun and where is the proof? Over three years of investigations and nothing.

Read the Hot line about someone helping a double amputee cross Owen Road. I was going to say that I believe he’s homeless and someone should get him some help, especially with the upcoming winter.

Now that the cold and snow have arrived, I hope people will remember that their pets need special attention, too. Keep them safe, warm, well-fed and inside this winter.

So, according to your article about NOAA’s winter weather predictions, it could be warm, it could be cold or it could be wet. I’ll trust the Farmer’s Almanac. At least they make a prediction.

WHEN A PLAYER on the Fenton football team asks his coach why he’s not playing, what kind of coach tells him ‘You’re not good enough?’ Obviously, he should not be a coach in the first place and demonstrates perfectly who is not really good enough. Sad.

Downtown Linden is rising from the ashes with a beautiful new building on the vacant site of a massive fire 12 years ago. Linden’s landscape is changing and this time, in a very happy and positive way. I’m looking forward to seeing the highly anticipated finished building and a prosperous, t…

To the Hot-liner that posted about the Holly Academy students protesting in Lansing and wondering where the money came from. Their parents. It’s a yearly field trip that happened to coincide with the governor’s veto.

‘Best go read your history, millennial?’ Thanks for the advice, boomer, who didn’t go to college and apparently has no idea what a sweatshop is.

Isn’t suing your homeowner’s association like suing yourself? Maybe you should go meet your neighboring homeowners instead.

The Fenton Village Players did an outstanding job on how they performed One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. We are fortunate to have this in Fenton, and hopefully it will just keep getting better and better. All the actors did well, and the main character made the show — McMurphy.

Yes, shame on the animal owners who leave them outside all of the time. That isn’t having a pet. I’d call the Humane Society and/or Animal Control, they will investigate.

My friends and I were at Saturday’s Bottles, Brews & News and it was so awesome. The crowd was in good spirits enjoying craft beer and wine samples for a great cause — FARR. Already looking forward to next year.

Sarcasm does not translate well in the Hot lines. Please don’t send a ‘Thank you very much, I really appreciate....’ message when you are really dissatisfied, angry or upset by whatever. Just make your disparaging remarks and be done with it.

Keeping my fingers crossed for awesome weather this Saturday at the new craft beer and wine event in downtown Fenton! Organizers did ensure me there is a huge tent for the samples, food and band so we’re on no matter the weather. Can’t wait!

The Applefest road race was a huge success, which could not have happened without new race leadership. Congrats to the ladies from Boomers Boot Camp and volunteers. Job well done.

I said a prayer for the man in the black car, who was speeding past a gravel hauler on the curve north of Clyde Road on the double line and missed my car by inches as I was going home traveling north. Please slow down and obey the law.

Shame on the parents who allowed their children to climb all over ‘The Game’ sculpture in downtown Fenton Thursday night. This was a gift to the community and it is shameful that your children don’t know any better than to climb all over a work of art. You need to teach them.

Everyone just needs to chill out. Tailgating, political party fights, pothole complaints. We are all headed to the same place. Peace and love.

The Barn is now accessible from the highway during construction, great for them. What about the other family owned businesses on North Road suffering? Maybe they should reconsider ‘no thru traffic.’ Whatever happened to common courtesy?

Thank goodness the weather is cooling down. Those five weeks of summer were brutal (yep, that’s sarcasm). I’m not ready for cold wind, slippery roads, high heating bills and snowed-in cars.

Apologies to the man in the black truck that I pulled out in front of even though I thought it was flying. You pulled into Boston’s. My fault.

The Fenton Village Players did an outstanding job on how they performed One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. We are fortunate to have this in Fenton, and hopefully it will just keep getting better and better. All the actors did well, and the main character made the show — McMurphy.

Yes, shame on the animal owners who leave them outside all of the time. That isn’t having a pet. I’d call the Humane Society and/or Animal Control, they will investigate.

My friends and I were at Saturday’s Bottles, Brews & News and it was so awesome. The crowd was in good spirits enjoying craft beer and wine samples for a great cause — FARR. Already looking forward to next year.

Sarcasm does not translate well in the Hot lines. Please don’t send a ‘Thank you very much, I really appreciate....’ message when you are really dissatisfied, angry or upset by whatever. Just make your disparaging remarks and be done with it.

Keeping my fingers crossed for awesome weather this Saturday at the new craft beer and wine event in downtown Fenton! Organizers did ensure me there is a huge tent for the samples, food and band so we’re on no matter the weather. Can’t wait!

The Applefest road race was a huge success, which could not have happened without new race leadership. Congrats to the ladies from Boomers Boot Camp and volunteers. Job well done.

I said a prayer for the man in the black car, who was speeding past a gravel hauler on the curve north of Clyde Road on the double line and missed my car by inches as I was going home traveling north. Please slow down and obey the law.

Shame on the parents who allowed their children to climb all over ‘The Game’ sculpture in downtown Fenton Thursday night. This was a gift to the community and it is shameful that your children don’t know any better than to climb all over a work of art. You need to teach them.

Everyone just needs to chill out. Tailgating, political party fights, pothole complaints. We are all headed to the same place. Peace and love.

The Barn is now accessible from the highway during construction, great for them. What about the other family owned businesses on North Road suffering? Maybe they should reconsider ‘no thru traffic.’ Whatever happened to common courtesy?

Thank goodness the weather is cooling down. Those five weeks of summer were brutal (yep, that’s sarcasm). I’m not ready for cold wind, slippery roads, high heating bills and snowed-in cars.

Apologies to the man in the black truck that I pulled out in front of even though I thought it was flying. You pulled into Boston’s. My fault.

A pair of prescription glasses in a black case were left in one of the voting booths at St. John’s on election day, Aug. 6. They are at Fenton City hall, 301 S. LeRoy. See Clerk Sue Walsh.

A huge thank you to the city of Fenton for not spraying insecticide in 2019. I have at least five monarchs and several new species of moths, including a hummingbird moth. Thanks again.

Oh my goodness! Taste in Fenton was the greatest experience of the summer. Can we vote on the best? I sure loved the cucumber salad with sweet chili vinaigrette and baklava. The downside was all the dogs. I was scared the little kids would get bit. Can we make it two evenings?

HEALTH CARE OR health insurance is not a right. A doctor, hospital, etc., provide a service and they are paid to perform that service. You are stealing their labor and my earnings if you think it is a right.

Thank you, Times for the vehicle lifesaver escape tool article. If your vehicle has fully submerged, upon leaving the vehicle exhale little bubbles until reaching the surface to minimize chance of a lung overexpansion injury. Also, your vehicle in the water may orient vertically, front end d…

Your articles on Carl and Shirley Roos and their Angel Haven Foundation are an example of the kind of people who make America great.

Kudos to all Lake Fenton residents who came out to cheer, encourage and thank the Venetian Boat Parade. Some of you were on docks, decks, boats and peering through your windows. We appreciate you.

Attended our first farmers market and concert in downtown Fenton. In addition to the beautiful weather, it was a great evening.

To any person who wants to complain about a mayor or council in any city. Ask yourself how many meetings you’ve been to? How can I help make things better? Or should I sit in the peanut gallery and be a pain in the butt?