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  • Western Michigan Christian Advances To Finals

    Western Michigan Christian Advances To Finals
    Western Michigan Christian is headed back to the Class D State Finals. The Warriors beat Covert 62-61 in Thursday's semifinals at the Breslin Center in East Lansing on Michigan State University's campus. The two-time defending state champions will now...
  • Students Converge On GVSU For Regional Science Olympiad

    Students Converge On GVSU For Regional Science Olympiad
    Grand Valley State University's campus hosted the regional Science Olympic for the 26th year all day Saturday. Middle-school and high-school students from 73 schools in Kent and Ottawa counties showed off their science and math skills at the Region 12...
  • How to store fresh herbs for a taste of summer all year

    How to store fresh herbs for a taste of summer all year
    Wondering what to do with that abundance of garden-fresh herbs you've carefully tended all summer long? No worries. You can enjoy fresh herbs year-round by drying or freezing. They won't have quite the quality of fresh-picked ones, but they can still...
  • September 28 - Eli and Max Sussman

    September 28 - Eli and Max Sussman
    Event: September 29, 2009 6 to 8:30 p.m The Chopping Block 222 Merchandise Mart To purchase a copy of the book: Freshman in the Kitchen: From Clueless Cook to Creative Chef Freshman in the Kitchen is written by brother team Eli and Max Sussman. Eli, a...
  • Blame Your DNA?

    Blame Your DNA?
    For decades, fitness gurus have admonished sofa spuds to adopt a can-do attitude toward exercise, as if the only thing keeping them from the gym or walking path was the right attitude. Yet a growing body of evidence suggests that it's not merely...
  • State Lawmakers Take Weekend Off From Budget Talks

    State Lawmakers Take Weekend Off From Budget Talks
    Michigan lawmakers have adjourned for the week but still have tough decisions ahead on the state's budget. Lawmakers passed a spending plan for K-12 schools before adjourning late Thursday. It cuts school funding by about $165 per student. Lawmakers...
  • Alcohol Amnesty Bill for Minors

    Alcohol Amnesty Bill for Minors
    Underage binge drinking. It's a familiar problem across the state and West Michigan. It can lead to alcohol poisoning and even death. A lawmaker says he has a new way to help save lives. It's a new bill that's making its way through the capitol right...
  • 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...
  • 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...