We are now providing digital space for letters to the editor on issues that affect Livingston County. We hope to foster constructive community conversation including the polite swapping of ideas, giving of thanks, congratulations on accomplishments, and general sharing of thoughts.
The ground rules for consideration of publication are that letters are issue-oriented and PG-rated; offensive and/or foul language will automatically disqualify letters from consideration. You must also include your name and city for publication — we do not publish anonymous submissions — and, for our use only, a phone number for verification of authorship and any questions we might have. Keep in mind, too, that we will edit your submission for style and clarity if it’s needed.
Submitting a letter for consideration couldn’t be easier.
Howell High School Principal Jason Schrock was selected as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction by The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS). Additionally, Schrock was a finalist for [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Michigan International Prep School’s Learning Lab in Howell was abuzz last week during its back-to-school open house. Several local MIPS families were able to come by the Learning Lab to [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The Livingston County Health Department (LCHD) is calling on all residents to participate in a community health survey. This is a great opportunity for residents to provide input and contribute [CLICK TO READ MORE]
LACASA Center’s Denim & Diamonds fall fundraiser is 5:30-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Haggerty-Bearden Ranch in Howell. At this jeans-preferred event, expect a fun-filled evening with entertainment, dancing, [CLICK TO READ MORE]
A car backfires in New York City and hundreds of people run for their lives. Kids gear up for back-to-school and parents are considering bullet-resistant backpacks! Kids beg adults to [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The Livingston Post is the only locally owned, all-digital information and opinion site in Livingston County, Mich. It was launched by award-winning journalists who were laid off from the Livingston County Daily Press & Argus by Gannett Co. Inc. in 2009.