Michigan schools prepare for vital Count Day
Oct04

Michigan schools prepare for vital Count Day

Public school officials will be tallying on Wednesday, the day Michigan performs its official fall Count Day to determine the number of students statewide and figure out funding for each district. Districts across the state are using a variety of …and more » #Michigan #News #MichiNews

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Michigan State finally wins turnover margin after disastrous start
Oct03

Michigan State finally wins turnover margin after disastrous start

Michigan State defensive tackle Naquan Jones (93) celebrates after a tackle in the third quarter of their Big Ten football game against Iowa at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, on Saturday, September 30, 2017. Michigan State won the game, 17-10.

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3584 kills, 192 straight wins and more Michigan high school volleyball records
Oct03

3584 kills, 192 straight wins and more Michigan high school volleyball records

Michigan’s high school volleyball records are separated two eras, thanks to a rule change that altered the scoring in Michigan high school volleyball. Beginning in the 2004-05 season, Michigan high school volleyball went to a best-of-five-game match …and more » #Michigan #News #MichiNews

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Michigan football hopes to avoid emotional hijacking vs. Michigan State
Oct03

Michigan football hopes to avoid emotional hijacking vs. Michigan State

Michigan football trying to avoid emotional hijacking vs. Michigan St. Michigan and Michigan State will play Saturday in Ann Arbor (7:30 p.m., ABC). #Michigan #News #MichiNews

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Mass turnover fuels push for Mich
Oct03

Mass turnover fuels push for Mich

term limit reform Lansing — Michigan’s strictest-in-the-nation term limits law will force nearly 70 percent of state senators out of office in 2019 and more than 20 percent of representatives, a mass turnover that is fueling renewed interest in reform. The Michigan …

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High court declines Michigan sex offender registry case
Oct03

High court declines Michigan sex offender registry case

Washington — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand a lower court ruling that “sweeping” conditions imposed retroactively under Michigan’s sex offender registry law were unconstitutionally punitive. Michigan had appealed a 6th Circuit U.S. Court … www.MichiNEWS.com

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