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To clear up any confusion, the City of Big Rapids will be holding its zinnia flower giveaway for city residents and businesses this spring. City officials say there were a lot of questions from...
Gubernatorial candidate and state Attorney General Mike Cox took the lead a few months back when he signed a taxpayer protection pledge to “oppose and veto any and all efforts to increase taxes.”...
Funding was on the minds of Mecosta-Osceola Great Start Collaborative officials and 40 other parents and teachers who rallied at the state capital Wednesday all in the name of early childhood...
Two forest fires forcing several northern Michigan residents to evacuate continue to burn, but some residents have returned home. According to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment, the...
Republican lawmakers are carrying an axe and targeting cops. It appears there will be fewer state police troopers in Michigan, if the current version of a state budget bill gains final approval in...
A Michigan State University researcher is part of a national research council panel that has concluded climate change is caused by human activities and action must be taken soon to reduce the global...
Two dozen educators were on the block last week. That number dropped last night. The Morley Stanwood School Board approved the recommendations made by Superintendent Dennis Rosen to lay off two long...
It’s not often you can this: The Streetscape project in Big Rapids continues on schedule. Public Works Deputy Director Roger Schneidt says sidewalks on the north end of Maple Street are nearing...

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