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The founder of The Thin Blue Line Dog Project presented a rescued and trained Labrador retriever to the family of fallen...
12/19/2017
Preston: The right fit for the right family | Times-Herald and Sunday Times Newspapers

The founder of The Thin Blue Line Dog Project presented a rescued and trained Labrador retriever to the family of fallen Taylor Police Officer Matthew Edwards in time for the holidays.

The founder of The Thin Blue Line Dog Project presented a rescued and trained Labrador retriever to the family of fallen Taylor Police Officer Matthew Edwards

Bag leaves for Dearborn curbside pickup every week | Times-Herald and Sunday Times Newspapers
10/12/2017
Bag leaves for Dearborn curbside pickup every week | Times-Herald and Sunday Times Newspapers

Bag leaves for Dearborn curbside pickup every week | Times-Herald and Sunday Times Newspapers

Photo courtesy of the city of DearbornHouseholds can dispose of their leaves every week by putting them in paper yard waste bags or containers marked with a yard waste sticker, and placing them on their easement, near their trash and recycling carts. Alternatively, they can rake them into the street...

Dingell, health care providers warn of local impact of GOP’s latest ACA replacement | Times-Herald and Sunday Times News...
09/26/2017
Dingell, health care providers warn of local impact of GOP’s latest ACA replacement | Times-Herald and Sunday Times Newspapers

Dingell, health care providers warn of local impact of GOP’s latest ACA replacement | Times-Herald and Sunday Times Newspapers

Photo by Sue SuchytaU.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Dearborn, fourth from left) joins state Rep. Cara Clemente (D-Lincoln Park, second from left) and state Rep. Darrin Camilleri (D-Brownstown Township, right), along with local health care providers and constituents to discuss the potential impact locall...

Taylor Chevy’s Cruze In for a Cause to benefit the Red Cross | Times-Herald and Sunday Times Newspapers
09/07/2017
Taylor Chevy’s Cruze In for a Cause to benefit the Red Cross | Times-Herald and Sunday Times Newspapers

Taylor Chevy’s Cruze In for a Cause to benefit the Red Cross | Times-Herald and Sunday Times Newspapers

TAYLOR — Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas, and now Hurricane Irma is headed for Florida. With many Americans facing tough times, Taylor Chevrolet and the city of Taylor are partnering to raise money for the American Red Cross during the annual Cruze In for a Cause Sept. 14.

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NIRMV salutes its 2020 Partner of the Year Prince Hall Grand Youth Fraternity Jurisdiction of Michigan as it continues outstanding community service. Shown here Deemettes No. 54 joined Crescent Moon No. 27 while the chapters delivered 4312 bottles of water in Flint.
Statewide Groups United for Community Service: On December 19, Prince Hall Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Jurisdiction of Michigan and the Prince Hall Grand Youth Fraternity partnered with many houses of the Prince Hall Family to provide 42 Essential Baskets for the Neighborhood Service Organization Clay Center. This successful effort for Center assisting homeless provides proof of enhanced community service during the COVID-19 Pandemic. #PHGC-OES-JurisdictionofMichigan
Apparently a 5.5 to 3.5 US Supreme Court is imminent. Do opportunistic Democrats, who have no one to blame but themselves, now regret cramming the 'simple majority' rule through under former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid?
Biden panders when he tells you that Trump's 2017 tax bill only benefited the rich. In truth, "the standard deduction was nearly doubled (from $6,350 in 2017 to $12,000 in 2018) and the child tax credit was doubled (from $1,000 in 2017 to $2,000 in 2018), according to Derek Silva (PolicyGenius, March 17, 2020). Econ 101 taught us that poor people do NOT create jobs but businesses do - and that's why Trump also "lowered the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%". If we really prefer 'Made in America', then we must stop 'business flight' abroad. Democrats want you to believe that we could enjoy more federal freebies if only the rich would pay their 'fair share' - even though 51% of us already pay NO federal income taxes. He may be a boardroom bully but Trump can negotiate better 'America First' trade deals, produce more non-taxpayer subsidized private jobs, and grow our investment & retirement portfolios better than Biden. Trump did it once and, as this lockdown wanes, will do it again -- and merits re-election!
Because presidential ‘debates’ emphasize style rather than principles, I stopped watching them in 1992. The few swatches I watched last night suggested that, when pushed and bulldozed, Biden reveals himself as yet another career glad-handing, big government globalist who promises to spend more of our tax dollars to get our votes. Although painfully inarticulate and certainly a boardroom bully, Trump delivers freedom, lower taxes, market growth, tighter borders, strong defense, and makes all boats rise. He gets my vote! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
The Constitution requires ONLY that the President nominate and the Senate vote up or down on US Supreme Court candidates. There is NO requirement that the Senate Judiciary Committee must hold hearings so allow angry, disoriented, vindictive Democrats can destroy the nominee and his family, friends, and reputation!. Do it, Donald! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
Parents, in compliance with Critical Race Theory (CRT) guidelines, hopefully none of you are peeking at or, Heaven forbid, helping your children with their homework. Perhaps kids should enroll in charter schools rather than return to their infested public schools this fall!
Resident Dean Gettemy’s 100th birthday celebration was featured in the news. Thank you to the Dearborn Times-Herald Sunday Times for sharing this story. Dean, seated next to wife Jean, revel in watching the parade of cars drive by. #BeaumontCommons #SeniorLivingCommunities #seniorliving
Dispute resolution center announces mediation training - Dearborn Times-Herald Sunday Times https://buff.ly/395EAK7 Wayne County Dispute Resolution Center/Wayne Mediation Center
“Coming Together is a Beginning” For the first time in history, Prince Hall Grand Chapter visited the Grand Chapter OES of Michigan 153rd Annual Grand Session.
MIDDLETOWN COMMUNITY FOUNDATION NEWS RELEASE Nominees Sought for Dearborn Steel Magnolia Award Bring recognition to a woman who has overcome hardship and turned it into something positive. JUNE 27, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Amy K Berlean 513-424-7369 or [email protected] Nominations are now open for Dearborn-area residents to be considered for the tenth annual Steel Magnolia Award, the Middletown Community Foundation has announced. Women who have overcome obstacles to positively impact the greater Dearborn community have the opportunity to earn recognition as Steel Magnolia Award recipients in the program funded by the AK Steel Foundation. Up to 13 awards are given annually, limited to no more than one recipient per AK Steel U.S. location per year. Each recipient designates a $2,500 donation to an eligible charity of her choice. The award honors women of all ages who have faced personal adversity and have shown exceptional strength, courage, compassion and leadership through their work in support of their communities. “The AK Steel Foundation is proud to fund the Steel Magnolia Awards to honor women who have overcome adversity and serve as a shining example to others,” said Roger K. Newport, Chief Executive Officer of AK Steel. Middletown Community Foundation Development Officer Amy Berlean says: “Every year our independent judges are so impressed by the overwhelming ability of these women to overcome hardship and turn it into to something beautiful.” Last year’s Dearborn-area honoree was Phyllis Moore, who has overcome extreme medical conditions. Her nominator said “her tenacity and determination is amazing.” Moore chose Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit to receive her $2500 gift. Nominations, which should take the form of an essay of 500 words or less, must be submitted to the program administrator, the Middletown Community Foundation, no later than August 31, 2018. Nominees must live in the vicinity of an AK Steel facility. Association with AK Steel is not a requirement for nomination and will have no bearing on the nominee’s consideration. Other eligible communities are Ashland, Ky.; Butler and Friedens/Somerset County, Pa.; Columbus and Rockport, Ind.; Follansbee, W.Va.; and Coshocton, Mansfield, Middletown, Walbridge, West Chester and Zanesville, Ohio. Visit www.mcfoundation.org/steelmagnolia to view complete requirements and obtain a nomination form. For more information, contact the Middletown Community Foundation at 513-424-7369. ##
boycott animal research charities, see my fb facts (& march of dimes quote).