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Michigan County Official Resigns Cites ‘Politicization of Public Health’

The interim health worker for Berrien County in southwest Michigan is resigning his post amid continuing unrest over how local governments should respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Courtney Davis, the
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Wow, could Michigan State Coach Tucker be drawn to Louisiana?

This is pure speculation, but follow me here for a second. Let’s start with Louisiana. Specifically, let’s head to the LSU House of Tigers. They have a head coach. Well, they will have a h
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Prosecutor Brings Defamation Claim Against Former Michigan City Mayor | Local News

Meer’s remarks also caused them pain, embarrassment, anxiety and mental anguish, according to the lawsuit filed earlier this month in Starke Circuit Court. Meer began accusing Lake after Bray
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Michigan State Officials Recognize Lead Poisoning of Benton Harbor Residents After Three Years

Seven years after the Flint water crisis, which put the health and lives of 90,000 Michigan residents at risk, state officials have recognized widespread lead contamination of the water supply. Benton
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Michigan State Men’s Golf hosts Quail Valley Intercollegiate this weekend

History links East Lansing, Michigan – The Michigan State Men’s Golf Team returns to the course this weekend, playing their penultimate event of the fall program at Quail Valley Intercolle
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After Fighting For Safe Water Since 2018, Michigan City Will Finally Have Lead-Free Lines | Michigan

RResidents of Benton Harbor, Michigan, a predominantly black city that has faced high levels of lead in its water for at least three years, welcomed the governor’s announcement that all lead pip
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Spartans back in action at Tar Heel Invitational

History links East Lansing, Michigan – The Michigan State Women’s Golf Team will look to defend their 2019 tag team title at the UNC Tar Heel Invitational when the Spartans depart on Frida
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Michigan County requests audit of delayed $ 57 million software project

(TNS) – A Wayne County commissioner requests an audit of a $ 57 million software project he described as a “major blunder” after upgrades were stalled and costs nearly hit. double. C
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Lead water crisis hits another Michigan town

Residents of Benton Harbor, Michigan – a predominantly African-American town just three hours from Flint, Michigan – are grappling with a lead water crisis. People are ordered not to drink
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Editor’s note: Family ties | MSU Today

All the planning has been done. A last minute sleeve repair, flowers picked and arranged, a slight manicure error corrected, the arrival of family and friends, a successful welcome party and a few pra
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