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Elisse Ramey


Flint, MI, United States

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Past articles by Elisse:

Gyms ready to help people keep 2021 resolutions after difficult year

Anytime Fitness gyms in Davison and Lapeer are helping people start 2021 on the right foot. → Read More

Testing remains a priority as vaccine is distributed, COVID-19 numbers decline in Michigan

While the COVID-19 numbers are showing improvement in the Great Lakes State, Michigan officials are warning against having a false sense of security as testing numbers also decline. → Read More

Senior citizens take part in holiday parties virtually thanks to statewide program

Thanks to technology and the gift of teaching, some senior citizens can party from now into the new year and beyond without ever leaving their homes. → Read More

More people are applying to medical school at Michigan State and around the nation

'This year we took over a 28-percent jump in applications this year as compared to last year’s,' said Joel Maurer, MD. → Read More

Saginaw man extra thankful this year after surviving severe COVID-19 illness

Jackson is feeling more thankful this holiday season after a brush with death and reminding everyone why it’s important to stop the spread of coronavirus. → Read More

Another pharmacy lowers COVID-19 testing eligibility age

Beginning December 1, Rite Aid will test children as young as 13-years-old across 300 testing sites at no charge in partnership with DHHS. The eligibility age before was 18. → Read More

See what is fueling record spread of COVID-19 across Michigan

State health officials warn that the most grim days of the COVID-19 battle lie ahead, as hospitals are pushed to the max. → Read More

Ascension Genesys nurses feel exhausted, underappreciated and unsafe as COVID-19 spreads

Teamsters Local 332 members say a staffing shortage is exacerbating the problem. → Read More

Flu shots in plentiful supply during the coronavirus pandemic

Some have questioned whether there’s a flu vaccine shortage. There’s no shortage, but the demand is higher than ever. → Read More

AP source: NFL fines Titans $350,000 for COVID-19 outbreak

The NFL has fined the Tennessee Titans $350,000 for violating protocols leading to the league’s first COVID-19 outbreak during the season, a person familiar with the discipline told The Associated Press. → Read More

Michigan sees 3,338 new coronavirus cases

The state announced 3,338 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday. It was more than double Friday’s number and significantly higher than our previous daily case record set last week. → Read More

HVAC readiness a factor in combatting COVID-19 in Michigan public schools

Although the Westwood Heights district in Mt. Morris Township is all virtual now, the school system has been upgrading its infection protection technology since spring 2019 before the pandemic upended American lives. → Read More

Michigan care facilities concerned but happy to welcome visitors again

Although families have been allowed to safely visit outdoors since September, Governor Whitmer went a step farther Wednesday by allowing indoor visitation at residential care facilities for the first time in about seven months. → Read More

Big Ten Conference mayors make COVID-19 requests from conference

Eleven mayors from Big Ten Conference cities are making some COVID-19-related requests just three days away from the start of the football season. → Read More

Whitmer asks for extension of health insurance sign-ups due to coronavirus

Whitmer also is calling for an open enrollment extension through the end of January. → Read More

Flint youth hockey program founder says conversation with Willie O’Ree propelled him to new OHL diversity job

The beloved Flint youth program coordinator and retired firefighter has found another way to make his mark in the sport he loves so much by accepting a newly created position with the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). → Read More

Flint school leader speaks out: “COVID-19 is just a second crisis we’re fighting”

Some Flint students will have to guard against COVID-19 while also managing the lingering and harmful effects of the Flint Water Crisis. → Read More

Perry man accused of downloading child pornography from internet

Police arrested 72-year-old Richard Carroll Dimariano and he was arraigned Monday in Shiawassee County District Court. → Read More

Advisory council discusses challenging decision-making process with back to school roadmap

You can find a link to the Return to School Roadmap inside this article. → Read More

Man drowns in Lake Fenton Friday

The man was in his 70s and a resident of Fenton. → Read More