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  • Congratulations

    Youth Alliance celebrates summer success More than 500 people crowded into Anoush Restaurant on Aug. 18 to celebrate the end of summer for the Glendale Youth Alliance, which found summer employment for 350 people age 14 to 24 this year. Glendale Mayor...
  • MSU Medical College Dedicated In Grand Rapids

    MSU Medical College Dedicated In Grand Rapids
    Michigan State University officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and dedication Friday for the university's new $90 million Grand Rapids-based medical school headquarters. The 180,000-square-foot, seven-story medical education building was funded...
  • Suspect Who Burned Quran Turns Himself In

    Suspect Who Burned Quran Turns Himself In
    Charges could be on the way for man suspected of burning a copy of the Quran and leaving it outside a mosque in East Lansing over the weekend. We've learned police got a tip after offering a $10,000 reward for information in the case. The suspect...
  • Pet Loss Support Hotlines

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  • From the archives: Dale Earnhardt was hero of the masses

    DAYTONA BEACH -- It was Earnhardt, guys. It really was. Not some rookie or also-ran. Earnhardt. Your leader. Are you clear on that now? Are there any more questions? Apparently there are. Half of you, at best, will be wearing the life-saving HANS...
  • Commentary: NASCAR, it's time to change

    It was Earnhardt, guys. It really was. Not some rookie or also-ran. Earnhardt. Your leader. Are you clear on that now? Are there any more questions? Apparently there are. Half of you, at best, will be wearing the life-saving HANS device Sunday at...
  • Capital weekends

    It is a city whose primary reasons for existence have been state government, Oldsmobile and the university in the town directly east. The only reference to the school in East Lansing that will appear in this travelogue is this: There's no way the...
  • A palace in michigan

    From working girl to mistress of a 110-room mansion of her own choosing, the tale of Canadian-born Matilda Rausch reads like a Cinderella story. The daughter of George and Margaret Rausch, who ran the Dry Dock Saloon in downtown Detroit and the...
  • A capital weekend in Michigan

    "So, do you like Lansing?""I don't know. I've never Lansed." It is a city whose primary reasons for existence have been state government, Oldsmobile and the university in the town directly east. The only reference to the school in East Lansing that will...
  • Visiting heaven and Hell in Michigan

    It was a cold day in Hell. Writers wait all their lives for a lead like that.But on a thin ribbon of road in southeastern Michigan, it's a joke worn thin on travelers visiting Hell, a tiny map-dot of a town just north of Chelsea. Employees of the...
  • PPL faces pressure in Montana

    PPL Corp. faces yet another threat to its ownership of its Montana power plants. A planned November ballot initiative could force PPL Montana, a subsidiary of the Allentown power company, and another company to sell their hydroelectric dams to a public...