Senate Bill 728, Extend Open Meetings requirements to “independent citizens redistricting commission”: Passed 34 to 0 in the Senate
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LANSING — Federal funds shared by Upper Peninsula communities could boost their access to broadband service.
LANSING — Campgrounds on private and state lands alike are implementing unusual programs and camping opportunities — think goat yoga and hammocks — to attract people into nature.
Two missionaries from the group abducted Saturday, Oct. 16 outside of an orphanage near Port-au-Prince Haiti were released Sunday, Nov. 21 according Christian Aid Ministries in Ohio, which organized the mission trip. The news came on the 37th day since 17 missionaries and their Haitian drive…
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LANSING — Central Michigan University researchers have discovered unexpected populations of native mussels in the Detroit River, an area that hasn’t been searched for the mollusks since 1998.
LANSING — Farmers are known for their ‘pull yourself up by your bootstraps’ mentality.
LANSING — For most Great Lakes beachgoers, zebra mussels are a minor inconvenience, mostly when they’re stepped on.
Thyme is a very versatile member of the mint family and there are well over 300 varieties. It can be used in gardening, cooking, personal care, aroma therapy, household cleaning and it has medicinal properties. Thyme is a perennial, and most varieties are hardy in zones 5 – 9.
LANSING — Behavior-altering chemicals produced by sea lamprey may decrease the invaders’ populations in the Great Lakes.
If you think about all the things in life that have been impacted by modern technology, the ancient art of meditation probably isn’t one of them.
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LANSING — Ring-billed gulls travel between populated beaches and human waste sites like landfills and water treatment plants, carrying human pathogens with them.
LANSING — Senior Sydney Poynter’s school day doesn’t end when she leaves Gaylord High School. Enrolled in three classes through North Central Michigan College, Poynter is on track to earn her associate degree just a year after finishing high school.