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Past articles by Nicole:

Salute the trades: Appreciating the buildings and the people behind it

A lot of these people have been doing these jobs for decades. → Read More

‘Worst I’ve ever seen’ -- James Craig denies ballot signatures are fraudulent

“The Craig petitions are the worst I’ve ever seen and it goes beyond the forgery.” → Read More

‘Baked Goods By Dominic’ spreads treats and awareness about autism

Much like his sweet treats...Dominic’s confidence rises with each order. → Read More

Mason Lions Club collecting glasses and hearing aids

Globally, 2.2 billion people live with vision impairment, with 1 billion of those impairments being preventable and correctable. → Read More

Flint police captain dies in crash

The department says he was driving a patrol car when he was hit head-on at a four-way stop. → Read More

Jackson YMCA nearing funding goal to begin construction

It’s the largest campaign for a YMCA in Michigan -- $25 million to build a new facility in Downtown Jackson. → Read More

MSU to test robot fish in Eaton County

The robot, designed by Dr. Xiaobo Tan, had undergone multiple versions over the last 15 years. → Read More

Footprints of Michigan giving shoes to veterans in need

Anyone who wishes to donate a pair of boots or running shoes can do so at the Local 652 building of the UAW. → Read More

Holt haunted house collecting non-perishable items for food bank

The donated items will be given to the Holt food bank. → Read More

Lansing superintendent search continues with three candidates left to interview

The community is welcome to give feedback. → Read More

Governor Whitmer lays out plan for a post-vaccine Michigan

Whitmer urged the legislature to focus on three things. → Read More

Runners ‘trot on’ in a socially distanced turkey trot

Runners are lacing and masking up for not one...not two...but THREE mini races, plus a children’s fun run for the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot. → Read More

Virtual tour shows you haunted and historical sites on MSU’s campus

MSU’s Archaeology Program and the MSU Paranormal Society teaming up to create a virtual haunted tour that highlights some scary sites on campus. → Read More

Governor Whitmer held presser to discuss increasing COVID-19 numbers and poll safety

On Tuesday, local health authorities were issuing an emergency stay-at-home order for the campus in Ann Arbor. → Read More

MSU looking to close a $54 million budget gap

President Stanley does admit there are going to be more of what he calls “shared sacrifices.” → Read More

Militia experts worry more violence could happen following foiled kidnap plot

Experts who have tracked antigovernmental groups for years say Michigan has a long history of militia groups. → Read More

Salvation Army sets out to “rescue Christmas” by starting holiday fundraising efforts early

The Salvation Army is calling on the community to rescue Christmas this year. → Read More

Holt expands exterior WiFi for students and community

We are five weeks into the school year and districts are still working out the kinks to online learning. → Read More

Mid-Michigan restaurants look for fall outdoor seating solutions

The cooler conditions are proving to be tough on local restaurants, which have relied on outdoor patio seating to try and survive limited capacity requirement during the pandemic. → Read More

Lansing changing health care benefits for retired city workers

The changes would effect the health care plans for more than 1,330 retired city workers, and would take effect beginning Jan. 1. → Read More