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Wednesday, August 1,2012

3 open House seats draws blue interest

by Kyle Melinn
Republicans have a 50/50 shot at claiming the long-sought south Lansing, rural Ingham County seat in the 67th. The numbers are stacked against them in the 69th, but they have a moderate candidate there. The Democratic base in the 68th is 73 percent, making a GOP victory there beyond slim.
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Wednesday, August 1,2012

Somebody wants to be the GOP U.S. Senate nominee … right?

by Kyle Melinn
But all four Republicans on the Aug. 7 ballot have made such head-scratching decisions, it seems this campaign has been more an exercise in how far the human nose can stretch into the Tea Party’s rear end than mounting a credible challenge to Stabenow.
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Wednesday, August 1,2012

Rogers challenged by two in GOP primary

by Kyle Melinn
Hetrick, 38, of Brighton, is a Lansing Grand River assembly plant employee who had worked at the Saturn plant in Spring Hill, Tenn. A Michigander since 2000, Hetrick says he was moved to run because of Congress' inability to get a handle on the country’s exploding debt crisis.
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Wednesday, August 1,2012

City Pulse endorsements

Herewith, City Pulse offers its views on the best candidates in many of the competitive races in Tuesday’s primary election. Most of these are in Democratic races, in light of the non-competitive GOP elections or the views of candidates in those rac

by City Pulse
The gregarious incumbent intermingles his personal and professional life more freely than appropriate, as proven by his request that county inmates dump some mulch at his house and "spread it around."
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Wednesday, August 1,2012

New in town

Penn Station East Coast Subs, Culber's and Los Tres Amigos

by ALLAN I. ROSS
Since Jared Fogle introduced the world to the Subway diet 12 years ago, the fast-food industry has been scrambling to duplicate the quick-and-healthy model without losing its core indulgers.
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Wednesday, August 1,2012

Selling land and maintaining services

A look at ballot proposals from across the county

by Andy Balaskovitz
They don't have the amount of public attention as a public safety millage approved in November, but city of Lansing voters face a half-dozen ballot questions on Tuesday, including selling off parkland and lowering the minimum requirement of City Council meetings.
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Wednesday, August 1,2012

It's hot in Delhi

Raising taxes and fiscal conservatives in little old Delhi Township

by Sam Inglot
Goodrich says his opponent is accusing him of pushing a fictional "rain tax" that Goodrich says isn’t being planned. The alleged tax would charge residents based on the size of the hard surface areas of their households, like driveways and roofs.
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Wednesday, August 1,2012

The students' court

Who will fill Judge Jordon's seat in East Lansing?

by Sam Inglot
Clement, 35, is a 2002 graduate of the Michigan State University Law School. He is a former Eaton County assistant prosecuting attorney and went into private practice six years ago. He is an adjunct professor at Cooley Law School, where he teaches classes on criminal law and evidence.
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Wednesday, July 25,2012

New in town

Maru Sushi & Grill

by ALLAN I. ROSS
This will be the third location for the 4-year-old Okemos-based sushi restaurant, following Maru's forthcoming expansion in Grand Rapids, which is scheduled to open within the next six weeks.
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Wednesday, July 25,2012

Eye candy of the week

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
Surprise! Amongst the garden foliage, a little free library has taken root in the front yard of an East Lansing home just north of Michigan Avenue. Stationed like a small literary sentry, this library is open rain or shine and simply asks: Take a book, return a book.
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