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Past articles by Jonathan:

President Trump stops in Michigan on campaign trail

While on the campaign trail, President Donald Trump arrived in Muskegon Saturday. → Read More

Flint has 98.7 completion rate as census deadline draws near

“Every person is worth $3,000 per year, per person. So, you’re talking about money that comes into the City of Flint. Not just for city hall. This is money for → Read More

State representatives want guns banned at Capitol following protests, others accept it

After last week’s protest at Michigan’s State Capitol featured protesters armed with rifles, questions have been raised over whether or not guns should be banned from the building. → Read More

Genesee County clerk outlines how elections will look on Tuesday

Due to coronavirus, Tuesday’s election is going to look far different than ever before. → Read More

Family asking for return of bench dedicated to late daughter

Three years after her passing, the family of 48-year-old Natalie Debois, still reminisce about her warm smile and kind attitude. → Read More

Whitmer seeks to cut opioid deaths in half within 5 years

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration is launching initiatives to cut opioid overdose deaths in half in five years. → Read More

College debt crisis: The benefits of budgeting

“Student loans are one of those things where if you don't get them paid off during your career, they'll even take the payment out of your social security check someday,” → Read More

Sneak peek at holiday movie filmed in Frankenmuth

“A majority of the filming took place at River Shops, which is our German-themed shopping village,” explained Jessica Haynes, Director of Marketing & Events for Frankenmuth River Place Shops. → Read More

Saginaw Chamber celebrates community leaders, innovators

Today, five different leaders and innovators across Saginaw County, were honored by their community. → Read More

Pure Michigan: Exploring Port Austin

Tourism is a big draw for Port Austin, but what exactly is there to do? → Read More

Local bride scrambles after wedding venue closes

While in the midst of planning her wedding, Taylor Long received a shocking email, that the venue she had paid to be married in was suddenly closing. → Read More

Campers freed from flooded Mid Michigan campground

Flash flood waters had taken out the only bridge at campsite. → Read More

Wesleyan Woods campground flood leaves campers stranded

The heavy rain and storms from Bay to Lapeer County led to flooding problems throughout Mid-Michigan. → Read More

3rd Champions for Change raising funds for pediatric cancer research

For the third year in a row, the Chad Tough Foundation hosted its Champion for Change fundraiser. → Read More

Potential layoffs at Nexteer have people, businesses worried

Talk of the layoffs began earlier this week during a meeting between Nexteer and the local UAW. → Read More

Potential layoffs at Nexteer have people, businesses worried

Talk of the layoffs began earlier this week during a meeting between Nexteer and the local UAW. → Read More

Tux & Tennies Gala raises funds to support neglected, abused children

Mid-Michigan came out dressed in their fanciest tuxes and tennis shoes for a special gala. → Read More

Radio host creates shirts poking fun at Bay City’s bridge traffic

Drivers in Bay City are dealing with some serious back-ups with both the Liberty and Veterans Memorial bridges closed. → Read More

World champion boxer Claressa Shields returns home to Flint

Flint native and middleweight boxing world champion Claressa Shields meet with fans in her hometown. → Read More

Looking for a deal? Freeland Walleye rummage sale is this weekend

The Freeland Walleye Festival is a sure sign of spring. → Read More