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Lauren Scafidi

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Cadillac, MI, United States

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Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday: Sunny, Dayton, Chandler

It’s Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday! So we’re looking at a few shelter animals that are looking for a new home. First up we have Sunny. She is a four year old boxer mix. Sunny is up to date on all her shots and would prefer to be in a single pet house. She is an adorable, playful love bug who is... → Read More

Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday: Bear, Sampson, and Maple

It’s Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday! So we’re looking at a few shelter animals that are looking for a new home. First up meet Bear! Bear is a German Shepherd. He’s neutered, and up-to-date on his vaccinations. And he would do well in a home with other dogs but not cats or children. If you’re interested in giving Bear a forever home... → Read More

Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday: Ensalada, Tango, And Cashew

It’s Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday! So we’re looking at a few shelter animals that are looking for a new home. First up is Ensalada! She’s house-trained, spayed and up to date on all of her vaccinations. Ensalada is great with other cats, and absolutely loves attention. If she sounds like a good fit for you, contact the Humane Animal Treatment Society... → Read More

Angie's List: Kitchen Design

Thinking about a kitchen remodel? This week’s Angie’s List report gives advice on today’s trends for kitchen design. FacebookTwitterMoreComments comments → Read More

Angie's List Report: Home Design Trends

Designing a new home can be exciting but of course stressful with what seems like limitless options. This week’s Angie’s List Report gives insight to the home design trends we can expect to see this year. Categories: Angie’s List FacebookTwitterMoreComments comments → Read More

Angie's List Report: Vets Distress Pets

Good news for anyone who’s ever had to drag a sick dog or cat to the veterinarian and knows how miserable that car ride can be. The vet can now come to you! In Angie’s List Report explains how mobile vet clinics are popping up all over the country, saving people lots of time and pets lots of stress. → Read More

Angie's List Report: Annual Home Improvement Assessment

As many of us resolve to make improvements this year it’s a good time to think about your home too. Angie’s List Report has some helpful tips to make planning for those home improvements a little less scary. → Read More

Angie's List Report: Fireplace Safety

There’s just something about the glow of a fireplace this time of year. This week’s Angie’s List Report offers tips to be sure your fireplace is ready for the winter months. → Read More

Angie's List Report: Replacing Your Tires

You may have had a flat tire before, brought it into a repair shop to have it fixed and been told that it needed to be replaced. How can you know when your tires need to be replaced or simply repaired? Find out in this week’s Angie’s List Report. Categories: Angie’s List FacebookTwitterMoreComments comments → Read More

Angie's List Report: Replacing Your Tires

You may have had a flat tire before, brought it into a repair shop to have it fixed and been told that it needed to be replaced. How can you know when your tires need to be replaced or simply repaired? Find out in this week’s Angie’s List Report. Categories: Angie’s List FacebookTwitterMoreComments comments → Read More

Angie's List Report: Replacing Your Tires

You may have had a flat tire before, brought it into a repair shop to have it fixed and been told that it needed to be replaced. How can you know when your tires need to be replaced or simply repaired? Find out in this week’s Angie’s List Report. Categories: Angie’s List FacebookTwitterMoreComments comments → Read More

Urine Color A Clear Indication Of Hydration Level

Your urine is a great immediate indication of how hydrated, or not hydrated, you are . The Grand Traverse Metro Fire Department has an example to show exactly what that means. Ideal urine color, meaning you’re completely hydrated, is clear with a touch of yellow. That is achieved by drinking mostly water. The less hydrated you are, the darker your... → Read More

Cadillac Woman Shares Collection Of Dolls Dating Back To 1950's

More than 1,000 dolls fill the Dolls and Things musuem. Jeanette Majerle has been collecting these dolls for about half a century. She has a wide variety of dolls, her very first doll she grew up with, as well as dolls from other countries. With more than 2,000 eyeballs looking back at her, she says it’s hard to pick a... → Read More

Rotary Reaching New Heights To End Polio

“Oh we’re jumping out of airplane today,” said Al Bonney. Most people have a reason to skydive. Maybe it’s their birthday, or it’s on their bucket list. 9 Northern Michigan rotary clubs organized 22 people to jump out of a plane today for a reason beyond themselves. “It’s a really fulfilling thing to know you’re doing something that really will... → Read More

Take Advantage Of Three Free Weekend

The DNR is giving you a chance to get out and enjoy the outdoors this weekend – for free. It’s the first Three Free weekend in the mitten state. That means fishing, using an off road vehicle and entry into all the state parks is free. A license for all of these would otherwise cost more than $100 combined. The... → Read More

A Sweet And Salty Way To Test The Bear Population

Doughnuts and bacon, just sitting out in the open, in the middle of the woods… It’s a “beary” unusual sight. “It’s a great time to be a bear in Michigan,” said Greg Rynearson, with Cops and Doughnuts. Every 5 years, the Department of Natural Resources performs their Bear Hair Snare survey. “So across the whole region of the Northern part... → Read More

Wexford County Historical Museum Seeking Restorations Funds

The Wexford County Historical Museum is like a time capsule of Cadillac. When it was built in 1906, and was one of 1,600 Carnegie Libraries in the U.S. Then after serving some time as the Cadillac Police Department, the building became the Wexford County Historical Museum in 1978. “This place is arguably the most impressive place in Cadillac, it’s a... → Read More

"Horse Around" Barrel Racing at D Bar D Ranch

Everyone’s invited, whether you’re watching or riding. D Bar D Ranch in Chase is inviting you to come out and spend the weekend with horses. Rider Kyleigh Weck is racing in the IBRA barrel show weekend. “It’s just really fun and entertaining to me and I get to make a lot of friends while doing it,” she says. “Trying not... → Read More

8th Grader Organizes Project To Keep The Great Lakes Great

“To see him caring about the lakes and caring about the environment, is super humbling and gives me chills, it’s what it’s all about it,” said Kwin Morris, a science teacher at Cherryland Middle School. Zander Cabinaw has been working with his teacher, Kwin Morris, on his 8th grade community project. It will be the Great Lakes Floatila. A project... → Read More

Fairy Trails Sprinkling Magic In Traverse City This Weekend

“Once it gets going it kind of takes on a form of its own and it’s something we do as the whole family,” said Heather Harrington, owner of Life and Whim. Making fairy houses began as a creative project the Harrington family enjoyed together. It started when their oldest daughter, Maddie, expressed an interest in fairies. “Because you get to... → Read More