Late September heat wave complicates Michigan apple harvest
Sep23

Late September heat wave complicates Michigan apple harvest

MICHIGAN (WLUC) – Although Michigan’s apple harvest is now in full swing for many varieties, abnormally warm temperatures could pose a challenge for apple farmers throughout the western growing region of the state, according to Michigan Farm Bureau …...

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Michigan ACLU alleges state bias against same-sex foster, adoptive couples
Sep23

Michigan ACLU alleges state bias against same-sex foster, adoptive couples

The lawsuit against the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services argues that state-contracted, taxpayer-funded child placement agencies unconstitutionally discriminate by categorically disqualifying same-sex couples from consideration for the …and more » #Michigan #News...

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Ask Aaron: Michigan’s options at receiver with Tarik Black out
Sep23

Ask Aaron: Michigan’s options at receiver with Tarik Black out

Given Michigan’s youth at receiver, the work will have to be spread around. I expect Michigan’s current crop of receivers (Grant Perry, Kekoa Crawford, Eddie McDoom) to see more targets, as will Donovan Peoples-Jones. The only question now is how much....

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Michigan’s weekend will be a scorcher
Sep23

Michigan’s weekend will be a scorcher

The high temperature forecast for Saturday, September 23, 2017 shows most of Lower Michigan in the 90s and the Upper Peninsula in the 80s. These temperatures are at least 20 degrees hotter than average, and in most cases will be a new record high …and...

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Better to be a David than a Goliath
Sep23

Better to be a David than a Goliath

… cat with the strength, vision and agility of, well, a lion. Be a David and slay your Goliath. Avoid lions if you can. Paul Hense is the retired president of local accounting firm Hense & Associates and past chairman of the Small Business …and...

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