Use the form below to submit your Hot line. Hot lines are required to 50 words or less.

‘‘With Washington, DC and Lansing on our side, we don’t need any more enemies.”

‘‘Regarding the underage party in Linden: While it’s not right, it’s not uncommon.  Many of us drank well before the age of 21.”

‘‘Used your classified and were very satisfied with Mike Shuert, Handy Man. Had two small jobs and he did them the same day we called.”

‘‘Extending the bar closing time to 4 a.m. makes no sense. I discussed it with Oakland County Sheriff Bouchard and Oakland County Commissioner Hoffman and they both agreed. It is unfortunate that you place our objections aside by voting to helping the casinos in this virus crisis.”

I experienced a ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ moment in Fenton yesterday. Home Depot didn’t have the grabber tool needed to retrieve my daughter’s gold clasp from the bathroom drain. The nice guy at HD directed me to the nice guys at AutoValue and they had one. The jewelry was saved. Thanks, guys!

Today, attempting to watch a YouTube video, I was informed that since YouTube was owned by Google, I could not watch the political site anonymously and that Google would track my viewing. Does anyone else see a problem with this?

‘‘I fully agree and support grocery store workers being at the front of the line to receive COVID-19 vaccinations. Thank you all; your continued service and professionalism on the front lines of the pandemic are admirable. Can’t think of a more deserving profession to receive the vaccinations.”

Winston Churchill said it best — ‘The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty.

‘‘Street talk asked for winter driving advice. Becky wrote to avoid U.S. 23 between Center Road and I-69. That’s great advice. Five cars slid into the median between Center and Owen this past Sunday. Take heed. Thanks, Becky.”

Thank you Times editor and publisher for printing a great many Hot lines that would never see the light of day in a major daily paper, radio, or TV newscast.

‘‘Don’t assume that all parents are against hybrid. Some of us have teens that are making the best of the situation. They think of it as a compromise — in-person learning along with social distancing. The high school teachers have been pretty awesome.”

‘‘I believe that all Democrats, Republicans and Independent voters of Tyrone Township, are united in their opposition to this rezoning proposal for the Capital Asphalt plant. If it passes, the entire Tyrone Township elected or appointed office holders will be recalled. We are a democracy, af…

‘‘Three reasons to not leave Fenton — Sweet Variations, Fenton Winery and Brewery, and The Cheese Lady.”

‘The ‘Random Acts of Kindness’ letter put a smile on my face!”

‘‘Editor’s note: Please keep sending in your veteran so that the Times can recognize their service to this country. Send their name, hometown, branch of military, years of service, rank, medals earned and a photo to news@tctimes.com.”

‘‘Thanks to the Consumers Powers’ workers who worked late into the night yesterday Jan. 28 to restore our power on S. Lake Valley Drive in Fenton. It was a very cold night.”

‘‘iPhone scam: someone representing DTE and Consumers Energy saying you can get 25 percent discount. You need to give personal information. Don’t.”

‘‘Proud of the 14-year-old who works at Culvers. He applied for a work permit at his school. He said he would rather be helpful then play video games at home. Great job, young man; proud of you and your parents. Some adults can learn from this young man’s work ethic.”

‘‘You don’t need to understand why people hold on to junk cars. You need to question what it is about yourself that would even make you post such a comment.”

‘‘Thank you to St. John’s for making this year’s Christmas celebration so awesome — the outdoor celebration, the lights, the decorations and all the people that made this possible.”

‘‘The other day my wife took her mask off. She’s prettier than I remembered.”

Editor’s note: The Tri-County Times did not be publish a Wednesday, Dec. 23 issue and will not be publishing a Wednesday, Dec. 30 issue to allow time for its employees to spend the holidays with their families.

‘‘DURING THIS DARK time of COVID, a big thank you to everyone who has taken the time to put Christmas lights on their houses. Awesome!”

‘‘Bright lights are pretty on trees; not in my rearview mirror. Please be considerate.”

‘‘Three reasons to not leave Fenton — Sweet Variations, Fenton Winery and Brewery, and The Cheese Lady.”

‘The ‘Random Acts of Kindness’ letter put a smile on my face!”

‘‘Editor’s note: Please keep sending in your veteran so that the Times can recognize their service to this country. Send their name, hometown, branch of military, years of service, rank, medals earned and a photo to news@tctimes.com.”

‘‘Thanks to the Consumers Powers’ workers who worked late into the night yesterday Jan. 28 to restore our power on S. Lake Valley Drive in Fenton. It was a very cold night.”

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‘‘iPhone scam: someone representing DTE and Consumers Energy saying you can get 25 percent discount. You need to give personal information. Don’t.”

‘‘Proud of the 14-year-old who works at Culvers. He applied for a work permit at his school. He said he would rather be helpful then play video games at home. Great job, young man; proud of you and your parents. Some adults can learn from this young man’s work ethic.”

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‘‘January 26, 1837: Happy Birthday Michigan.”

‘‘You don’t need to understand why people hold on to junk cars. You need to question what it is about yourself that would even make you post such a comment.”

‘‘Thank you to St. John’s for making this year’s Christmas celebration so awesome — the outdoor celebration, the lights, the decorations and all the people that made this possible.”

‘‘The other day my wife took her mask off. She’s prettier than I remembered.”

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Editor’s note: The Tri-County Times did not be publish a Wednesday, Dec. 23 issue and will not be publishing a Wednesday, Dec. 30 issue to allow time for its employees to spend the holidays with their families.

‘‘DURING THIS DARK time of COVID, a big thank you to everyone who has taken the time to put Christmas lights on their houses. Awesome!”

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‘‘Bright lights are pretty on trees; not in my rearview mirror. Please be considerate.”

‘‘I can’t help but notice that the coronavirus didn’t magically disappear right after the election.”

‘‘KUDOS TO JENN Horton for starting a fundraising campaign to help out our Fenton restaurant workers this Christmas.”

‘‘If you think that the military can’t distribute a virus vaccine, then you haven’t been one of the troops a half a world away and gotten a Thanksgiving Day dinner fully done on time. Don’t let a politician anywhere near the distribution system.”

‘‘Oakwood Cemetery has its ‘Memory Tree’ up and ready for ornaments to be hung. This year might be the time to honor your loved ones by hanging one to remember them through the holidays. Merry Christmas and God Bless from the Oakwood Cemetery Board.”

‘‘Some people need to be reminded that arguments are never settled over Facebook. The amount of biased political coverage and misinformation is mind-boggling. It was so much nicer when we didn’t know how our relatives and friends felt on things.”

‘‘I love all of the Christmas lights that we are starting to see in Fenton.”

‘‘We should thank the Holly postal workers who deliver to Rose Township, not criticize them. Since August, they have driven extra miles and change routes due to road closures, yet they always delivered my mail, even if it was 7 p.m. Saturday. They deserve our appreciation and some time off.”