Legislation sponsored by State Rep. Scott VanSingel, which will give property managers more flexibility in determining attorney representation in legal disagreements, was approved by the House last week.
Bearing gifts of fresh Oceana County asparagus donated by Rockwell Farms in Hart, 2016 Asparagus Queen Mary Harris and 1st Runner-Up Mandy Achterhof spent Wednesday, May 17 at the State Capitol in Lansing delivering more than 50 1-pound bundles of asparagus to law makers. While in Lansing Ha…
In honor of 100 years of service, the Michigan State Police hosted an open house at its Hart Post Saturday, May 20. MSP Troopers check out some of the vintage police cruisers on display at the open house prior to its start.
LANSING — Depending on who’s talking, Michigan’s new medical marijuana laws could streamline marijuana operations into a lucrative source of local revenue, or allow for an unnecessary expansion of the medical marijuana industry in the state.
Your health is important, and getting covered is a critical step in accessing the care you need. Did you know that enrollment for the Healthy Michigan Plan (HMP) remains open throughout the entire year? If you are a Michigan resident between the ages of 19 and 64, single, with an income of a…
Key investments address infrastructure needs, education and stronger, safer communities while paying down long-term debt
Women from across the state of Michigan involved in many phases of agriculture will gather at the Blue Water Convention Center in Port Huron, Mich. March 8-10 for the Farm Women’s Symposium.
A bill introduced by State Rep. Jon Bumstead, R-Newaygo, to combat Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in Michigan’s deer population was unanimously voted out of the House.
Lynda Herremans of the Oceana Conservation District was recognized for 30 years of service working with conservation districts last weekend during the Michigan Association of Conservation District’s annual convention Oct. 24-26 at the Shanty Creek Conference Center in Bellaire, Mich.
If the premiums you pay to cover yourself and your family under your employer’s health insurance are more than 9.5 percent of your family income, you may qualify for special financial assistance from the Tencon Health Plan.
When first responders arrive at the scene of a traffic crash, it’s important to have quick, accurate information about the vehicle occupants. That’s why traffic safety officials Monday, Sept. 19 unveiled an updated kid’s identification sticker for car seats.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Trump Administration orders for stricter immigration enforcement, unsupported by substantial Congressional reform, means anxiety among workers and farmers across rural America, with Michigan farmers potentially suffering the biggest impact.
District Health Department #10 in conjunction with My Community Dental Centers and local dentists reminds you to give your child a smile that lasts a lifetime.