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Michigan workers still struggle despite improving business economy


The state's economy may be improving, but a new study says 75 percent of Michigan residents face stagnant or declining incomes.


Michigan First President Lou Glazer says in spite of the state's low unemployment rate, 40 percent of Michigan households do not have the finances to meet basic needs.


He says a college education is the most reliable path to a good-paying job.


However, the average annual in-state college tuition in Michigan stands at just under $14,000.


Those working at minimum wage jobs earn just over $15,000 a year making college cost prohibitive.




Local High School Schedule & Scores

Week of 1/30/23:

Big Rapids:

Tuesday 1/31:

   - Girls Bball v Cadillac - 7:00pm W 55-42

   - Boys BBall @ Cedar Springs - 7:00pm W 38-32

Wednesday 2/1:

   - Boys Wrestling v Central Montcalm - 5:00pm

Friday 2/3:

   - Girls Bball v Morely Stanwood - 6:00pm 

   - Boys Bball v Morely Stanwood - 7:30pm

   - Boys Hockey @ Petosky - 6:00pm

Saturday 2/4:

    - Boys Hockey v Mattawan - 1:30pm

    - Boys Wrestling @ Grant - TBD CSAA Tourney

Reed City: 

Tuesday 1/31:

   - Girls Bball v Manistee - 7:00pm  W 59-44

   - Boys Bball @ Manistee: W 47-42

Wednesday 2/1:

   - Boys Wrestling @ 131 Showdown - 5:30pm

Friday 1/27:

   - Girls BBall @ Howard City - 6:00pm

   - Boys BBall @ Howard City - 7:30pm


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