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  • Emergency Manager Appointed for Muskegon Heights Schools

    Emergency Manager Appointed for Muskegon Heights Schools
    Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley on Thursday told Muskegon Heights Public Schools that he has appointed an emergency manager to serve the district and look over the troubled finances there. Donald Weatherspoon, Ph.D., has been appointed effective Monday,...
  • Lt. Governor to Give Commencement Speeches

    Lt. Governor to Give Commencement Speeches
    Students graduating from Grand Rapids Community College Friday will hear a commencement speech from Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. at the Ford Fieldhouse in Grand Rapids. According to GRCC, approximately...
  • WMU Student Death Under Investigation

    WMU Student Death Under Investigation
    The death of a Western Michigan State University student is under investigation after the 21 year-old-student was found dead in his home. Police say that Logan Heere Knibbe was pronounced dead at his home in the 1000 block of Davis Street shortly before...
  • Kids Get Health Benefit From Yoga

    Kids Get Health Benefit From Yoga
    When Alayna Kurek panicked one day about forgotten homework, the 9-year-old stunned her school counselor by using a yoga breathing technique to calm down. That stress-relief method is a reason Sherri Kurek said she takes her two children, Alayna and...
  • Skepticism about ADHD diagnoses

    Skepticism about ADHD diagnoses
    Suspicion has long existed that maybe a significant percentage of kids diagnosed with attention-deficit disorder or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder were really just livelier than was warranted for a classroom environment. Or, rather, immature....
  • Baby at the Buzzer

    Baby at the Buzzer
    Kim Harper started a career before starting a family. After graduating from Michigan State University in 1990, she traveled, earned a law degree and began working as an attorney. When Harper married in 2006, she and her husband, Jeff, hoped a baby would...
  • Pesticides in your peaches: Tribune and USDA studies find pesticides, some in excess of EPA rules, in the fragrant fruit

    Pesticides in  your peaches: Tribune and USDA studies find pesticides, some in excess of EPA rules, in the fragrant fruit
    As we munch into the fragrant core of peach season, shoppers face an array of choices for the same fuzzy fruit but little guidance on which type to pick. Expensive organic? Pricey farmers market? Cheap peaches from the grocery store? Cost is certainly...
  • Cooking tips for avoiding cross-contamination

    Cooking tips for avoiding cross-contamination
    When handling raw meats, poultry and seafood, it's important to keep food safety in mind. You want to avoid cross-contaminating plates, platters and utensils used for raw foods and those used for cooked foods. When grilling, I always aim to have two...
  • 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...
  • Youth sports resources

    Many local and national organizations aim to improve youth sports culture through the education of coaches and parents and the training of sports officials. A number of them also offer youth sports programs. •  National Assn. for Sport and Physical...
  • For Best Results, Allow Hand Sanitizer to Dry

    For Best Results, Allow Hand Sanitizer to Dry
    The best way to ward off the flu is to wash your hands, but hand sanitizers will work if they are used properly, said Dr. Dele Davies, chairman of pediatrics for the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University. "It's certainly much better than...
  • Stephen E. Toulmin dies at 87; USC philosopher developed a model for building an effective argument

    Stephen E. Toulmin dies at 87; USC philosopher developed a model for building an effective argument
    Stephen E. Toulmin, a British-born philosopher and retired USC professor who created a model for evaluating the practical arguments that arise from daily life during a six-decade career that brought him prominence in several fields, has died. He was 87....