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17 min ago | Patch.com
This article was written by Jill O'Donnell , Michigan State University Extension, and Bert Cregg, Michigan State University Extension, Departments of Horticulture and Forestry While Christmas trees are a central feature of the Christmas season, an increasing number of consumers are opting for live, container-grown Christmas trees.
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1 hr ago | MLive.com
The Michigan State University Alumni Club of West Michigan donated over 80 coats to Sibley Elementary Friday, Dec. 6, responding to the school's request to help needy families this winter.
5 hrs ago | USA Today
A former Michigan lawmaker has written a book that alleges a late-night drug party was held inside the Capitol Building in Lansing in 1968.
8 hrs ago | Trinadad Express
A sold out crowd packed The Little Carib Theatre on White Street, Woodbrook, last Saturday night to enjoy local trumpeter Etienne Charles and Friends in a show entitled "Creole Soul".
Ryan McFall, during his fall work at software developer Open System Technologies, is known simply as "Intern Ryan."
When it comes to state leadership, the mood is on the upswing. Governor Rick Snyder's approval rating went up from 29% to just over 35%.
He was in the state that had supported him and the anti-apartheid movement for a rally at Tiger Stadium But when Mandela exited the plane in Detroit, the first thing he wanted to do was to meet Rosa Parks, the woman who sparked the U.S. civil rights movement when she refused to give up her seat on a bus in Alabama.
Two public hearings on the proposed Michigan Tree Fruit Commission were held Nov. 25-26 in the Michigan cities of Comstock Park and Traverse City, according to a news release from the Michigan State University extension service.
Tina Ervin has worked at the pizza joint for the past year. She says she's having a hard time supporting herself and her three children on $7.40 an hour.
Governor Snyder's approval rating is at it's highest since the summer of 2012. As the Detroit Free Press reports, "Gov. Rick Snyder's approval rating has ticked up to 35.6% according to a new State of the State Survey from Michigan State University to be released today."
Wall: A Product of Resourcefulness and Efficiency in America's Never-Ending Battle for Absolute Supremacy and General All-Around Kick-Assedness will play MadLab Theatre, 227 N. 3rd St. beginning at 8 p.m., tomorrow, Thursday, December 5 and continuing: Friday December 6, and Saturday December 7, Friday December 13 and Saturday December 14, Friday ... (more)
Yesterday I wrote a quick post about the new PISA international test scores in math.
Executives love to talk up new corporate acquisitions, but new research shows they may not really feel as bullish as they seem.
All five competitors in the Executive Stache-Off sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan returned to their clean-shaven look Tuesday, Dec. 3, at a Shave-Off held by staff at Design 1 Salon Spa.
University of Michigan student Courtney Funchess, Farmington Hills, helps clean and organize files in the UM School of Nursing, May 9, 2012, where Funchess is doing clerical work this summer to help her pay for school.
The job outlook for 2014 MBAs keen on working in the financial sector is worrisome, according to Michigan State University 's new survey of 6,500 employers - the largest of its kind conducted in the United States for the college labor market.