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  1. Soccer roundup: Bucs' headers lead to district championship over rival RamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Grand Haven Tribune

    ... and gave us quality play in the minutes we needed them." Ben Mast found the back of the net twice, and the Western Michigan Christian soccer team found another postseason win. WMC defeated Grand Rapids Wellspring in the Division 4 district finals on ...

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  2. Oops! Drunk woman mistakes jail for barRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    ... k, AP reports. A breathalyzer showed the woman's blood alcohol content was more than twice the 0.08% legal limit in Michigan. She is expected to face drunken driving charges, according to the AP.

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  3. Child slavery case fizzles: Janitor gets 21 monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    A University of Michigan janitor may have done "horrendous" things to four West African children he pretended were his own, but it wasn't child slavery, a judge said Monday. Child slavery case fizzles: Janitor gets 21 months DETROIT - A University of Michigan janitor may have done "horrendous" things to four West African children he pretended were his own, but it wasn't child slavery, a judge said Monday.

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  4. UNLV: Chef Artist Dinner with Devin HashimotoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Las Vegas Sun

    ... of The Wolfe Tones . Ri Ra surpassed the record of 360 hours on Thursday previously held by A.J.'s Music Cafe in Michigan since 2011. RECORD RELEASE: In between doing double-duty at "Million Dollar Quartet" at Harrah's and "Limelight" at the Plaza ...

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  5. Gov. Snyder, an unorthodox politician, seeks 2nd termRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Insurance News Net

    ... Democrats and some independents. At the same time, Snyder's honeymoon with business continues. He eliminated the Michigan Business Tax, slashed unemployment insurance premiums and reduced regulations. Under changes pushed by Snyder, most The son of ...

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  6. Royal Oak residents face potential $5 million annual road tax in NovemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | C & G Newspapers

    ... bill. Ellison said a "yes" vote does not guarantee the city would tax the full amount each year. If the state of Michigan came through with a source of funding for local roads, then the mayor said the city would levy zero to less than 2.5 mills. But ...

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  7. Tax break granted to aftermarket supplier of race car parts by Kalamazoo City CommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MLive.com

    ... of the city's tax abatement policy. approved a change order to the 2014 local and major street paving contract with Michigan Paving and Materials for $119,393 to construct the MichiKal Trail Phase 1 from West Main Street to Westnedge Avenue along ...

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  8. Bend rates high in number of bariatric surgeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bend Bulletin

    ... across the country. Bend came in at more than 73 surgeries per 100,000 beneficiaries, trailing only Muskegon, Michigan; Kettering, Ohio; Marquette, Michigan; and Great Falls, Montana. In fact, the report's authors were surprised they found little ...

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  9. Why esteemed composer Stephen Paulus, who died Sunday, declared: 'Grand Rapids gets it'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | MLive.com

    ... in 2006. The Chamber Choir of Grand Rapids and Holland Chorale as well as the Kalamazoo Bach Festival and West Michigan Symphony in Muskegon are among West Michigan organizations to perform music by the composer who traveled to the Grand Rapids area ...

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  10. Michigan faces huge task as Spartans game arrivesRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 18 | Northern Michigan News

    Brady Hoke knew that having a bye week before taking on No. 8 Michigan State could be a good thing for his struggling Wolverines.

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  11. Petition drive to limit hospital charges gets OKRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 18 | Northern Michigan News

    Michigan's elections board gave the go-ahead Monday for a petition drive seeking to limit what hospitals can charge uninsured and underinsured patients and auto accident victims. The Stop Overcharging initiative, the form of which was approved by the Board of State Canvassers, would prohibit hospitals and health providers from charging more than 150 percent of the lowest amount they accept as payment in full from any payer.

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  12. Terri Lynn Land's most embarassing turn towards victimhoodRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | MichiganLiberal

    ... is, I'm not embarrassed for Terri Lynn Land. I'm embarrassed by her, to have her as a candidate for Senate from Michigan. I'm embarrassed that I have to write about her, that we work somewhat in the same circles. I'm embarrassed as a Michigander and ...

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  13. GV welcomes award-winning chemist to campusRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Grand Valley Lanthorn

    ... series was established in 2001 by Ott, who was a co-founder of GVSU. Ott received his doctoral degree from Michigan State University and was greatly involved in chemical companies, even founding his own. He was a significant member of the community, ...

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  14. Enterovirus 68 outbreak: Michigan toddler second in US to die of ailmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 12 | Examiner.com

    ... since August. "It is never easy to lose a child, and our entire healthcare team at the Children's Hospital of Michigan is deeply saddened by this family's loss and mourns with them during this very difficult time," Rudolph Valentini, chief medical ...

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  15. Health groups plan Michigan insurance eventsRead the original story

    Monday Oct 6 | Northern Michigan News

    Nonprofit advocacy group Get Covered America announced the collaboration with the Aitch Foundation and Michigan State University HealthTeam on Monday. The groups plan to hold three public health care education and enrollment events during the second open enrollment period under the national Affordable Care Act.

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  16. Great Lakes water levels rise to above averageRead the original story

    Monday Oct 6 | Northern Michigan News

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Detroit says water levels in Lakes Michigan and Huron are above average this season for the first time since 1998. Army Corps watershed hydrology chief Keith Kompoltowicz tells the Times Herald of Port Huron the lakes are 19 to 20 inches higher than they were at this time last year.

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  17. Black Lab joins Ottawa County victim advocate teamRead the original story

    Monday Oct 6 | Northern Michigan News

    ... joined a growing number of dogs across the state who have become canine advocates, working with prosecutors around Michigan to assist victims moving through the often emotionally-wrenching process of participating in criminal cases as they move ...

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  18. 5 things to watch: Michigan could bottle up inconsistent Michigan State run gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 5 | MLive.com

    The Michigan State football team grew up a lot the past two weeks, spending valuable time together on successive road trips to Purdue and Indiana. Those potential trap games behind them, this 2014 version of the Spartans can now focus on Michigan.

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  19. Michigan offense looking for answers to avoid repeat of 2013 disaster at Michigan StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 4 | MLive.com

    Michigan offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier was still working under Nick Saban at Alabama during Michigan's loss at Michigan State last year. There he was on Monday, though, left answering for the undressing in East Lansing.

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  20. Millages are worthy causesRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 2 | Northern Michigan News

    ... the Business Expo, the Governor's breakfast (a great benefit to our community, enjoyed by very few other cities in Michigan), and many other activities. Have one peanut butter/jelly sandwich at home or in "brown-bag" and vote "Yes" on that one too. ...

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