| Mar 25, 2010
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...
| Mar 27, 2010
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...
| Sep 23, 2009
| 9:15 AM
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...
| Sep 25, 2009
| 7:48 AM
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...
| Sep 29, 2009
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...
| Oct 9, 2009
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.
| Oct 14, 2009
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...
| Feb 20, 2001
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...
| Apr 13, 2003
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...
| Mar 9, 2006
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...