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All Dogs Go To Heaven.
by O. J. Cunningham   April 16, 2014  
drapsongabil Says:     On April 22, 2014 at 09:06 AM
I am so sorry for your loss. We lost our Scottish Terrier, Murphy, in May of 2013; he was almost 12 years old. I agree WE - as human beings - can learn much from dogs - especially about unconditional LOVE!

Memories are great, but the hurt you're feeling now is real. Thanks be to God for River's time in your life. I do believe I will walk again with Murphy in Heaven. Prayers for your healing; prayers for River's soul.

sallyjaneg Says:     On April 22, 2014 at 10:37 AM
I was crying when reading your story about River. Pray you won't be crying as long as I did when our Tipper (black lab) died three years ago. We got our Buddy, another black lab, within four days of Tipper's passing. There's nothing like your 90-pound black lab following you around with his nose up your butt.
doug.moiles Says:     On April 22, 2014 at 03:04 PM
My thoughts are with you O.J. I have lost a few dogs over the years but none so suddenly. I'm sure that dog had the best life possible.
Bay City Paddleballers Bring Home Hardware
by O. J. Cunningham   April 18, 2014  
sailcat Says:     On April 20, 2014 at 07:50 PM
Nice Job OJ
You have been such a great friend of Paddleball and its players for so long we really appreciate all your efforts over the years!

Thank You.

Mike Wisniewski
SAVING WETLANDS: CMU Research on Great Lakes Critical, Says Expert
by Dave Rogers   April 12, 2014  
sheridangabriel Says:     On April 16, 2014 at 04:09 PM
Spending 95 million dollars to build a building to teach others how to save wetlands,is like killing your grandmother so you can wear her jewels. The 95 million should be spent to buy land, expanding wetlands,re-creating those lost filters, especially for the shoreline of Saginaw Bay. We know the problem. No more buildings and helicopters. Expand and restore the wetland-filters we have destroyed. A clean, swimable,Saginaw Bay will bring in more money for the area than any new trinkets.
BAY ACCESS: Paraleon Beach Revisited: Chamber Sets Saginaw Bay Priority
by Dave Rogers   October 27, 2013  
Elliott1080 Says:     On April 22, 2014 at 10:21 AM
This is very exciting and practically in my back yard. Food, music and the Bay is a beautiful combination.
Note: It is not appropriate to refer to Asian people as "oriental".

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