Firekeepers Hands Over Big Checks To Schools And Communities
The revenue sharing from the casino has increased in each of the last 5 years.
Governor Whitmer Pushes Hard Against Work For Medicaid Law
At stake is the legislature’s decision to require able-bodied residents participating in the program to work 80 hours a month, get job training, or enroll in a formal education program in order to continue to receive the state-sponsored medical care.
False Claims Of Coronavirus In Calhoun County
The department counters that there are no people being treated for coronavirus in the county
Another Attempt To Weaken Michigan’s Deer Baiting Ban
The Department of Natural Resources says accepted science shows bait piles bring deer together increasing the chances of passing Chronic Wasting Disease among a greater number of animals
Local US Army National Guard Unit Gets High Rating
Military Engineers build things and blow things up.
SW Michigan Republican Upton Wants Another Term In Congress
SW Michigan Republican Congressman Fred Upton is announcing his intent to seek yet another term
Lost But Then Found
Relatives of the woman contacted Battle Creek Police early Saturday. They’d just gotten a call from her. She was driving on the northeast side of town. She reported being disoriented and could not find her way home.
Counterfeit Bills Showing Up In Battle Creek
At least two stores have been targeted by people with bogus bills.
Ice Fishermen Go Through Thin Ice Near Coldwater
Luckily for the two fishermen, the water depth where they went in was just at the point where they could stand up, but just barely.
Absentee Ballots May Mess Up Michigan’s Vote Counts This Year
Some estimates figure 800 thousand or more absentee ballots may be used in the November election. That’s nearly double the number used in the 2016 general.