A look at how Charlevoix County’s Michigan legislators, 37th District Sen. Wayne Schmidt and 105th District Rep. Triston Cole, voted on bills
Michigan veterans will have better access to services under legislation signed today by Gov. Rick Snyder. “Ensuring Michigan veterans have
Sometimes historical items survive not out of some sense of foresight (hey, we’ll want that someday), but inertia and frugality.
According to Michigan Farm Bureau, although proposed reforms to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) called for in the House
This Fourth of July holiday, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is removing lane restrictions on about two-thirds of its
Michigan State University Extension has named Adam Koivisto as the organization’s District 14 coordinator, effective July 5. District 14 is made
Michigan is looking for men and women, who love motorcycles and working with people, to teach others how to ride.
Michigan ballot instructions will get a needed upgrade with the addition of the Libertarian Party under legislation signed by Gov.
Annual Defense Bill Includes Peters Provisions to Support A-10 Aircraft, Address PFAS & Advance Military Research in Michigan U.S. Senator
The leaders of the Michigan Judges Association (MJA), the Michigan District Judges Association (MDJA), the Michigan Probate Judges Association (MPJA),
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed the state’s fiscal year 2019 budget into law Thursday June 21, ensuring smart, responsible and
David Roland Finley, Ph.D begins his tenure as president of North Central Michigan College on July 2.
Governor Rick Snyder has teamed up with the statewide wellness campaign, Healthy Men Michigan (www.HealthyMenMichigan.org), to proclaim June 25 Men’s Mental Health
A driverless shuttle ferries passengers to work from a far-away parking lot. A connected vehicle senses a car stopped ahead
By their very nature, most farmers are thrilled and take pride of high-yield predictions. According to the latest USDA National
Joined by sexual assault survivors in the state Capitol, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley this past week signed landmark legislation allowing
A report given Friday to the State of Michigan from Enbridge concludes that a secure underground corridor for Line 5
Bipartisan legislation introduced by U.S. Senators Gary Peters (D-MI) and Dean Heller (R-NV) to help protect domestic violence survivors and
Michigan Women’s Commission (MWC) Executive Director Mary Engelman today commended the Michigan legislature for designating Friday, June 15 as Women
Three northern Michigan representatives have introduced a plan to better protect the Great Lakes by strengthening pipeline safety standards in