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Wednesday, June 4,2014

Reaching BWL’s customers

Despite recommendations, BWL chairwoman says representing non-Lansing customers could hurt utility’s image

by BECKY McKENDRY
WEDNESDAY, June 4 — Lansing Board of Water and Light Chairwoman Sandra Zerkle said today that extending representation to communities outside of Lansing wasn’t best for the utility’s image, and it would not have a significant impact on customers.
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Wednesday, June 4,2014

The story of an estate sale

by Mickey Hirten
I received a note at my house last week alerting neighbors that an estate sale would be held on Thursday. It was staged just three houses away from mine and, in fact, attracted a large crowd.
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Tuesday, June 3,2014

Kids in the Hall

Lansing City Council approves alcohol sales at Hope Soccer Complex, looks to Outfield vote next week

by BECKY McKENDRY
TUESDAY, June 3 — Lansing City Council voted 7-1 Monday night to approve alcohol sales at the city’s Hope Soccer Complex at 5801 Aurelius Road in Lansing. 
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Monday, June 2,2014

A day with Dantonio

‘Coach for a Day’ auctions time with MSU football coach to benefit homeless shelter

by BECKY McKENDRY
MONDAY, June 2 — How much would you pay to swap places with Michigan State University football coach Mark Dantonio?
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Friday, May 30,2014

Local school, national exposure

One-room schoolhouse in Grand Ledge to be featured on CBS Sunday Morning

by Alexandra Harakas
FRIDAY, May 30 — CBS Sunday Morning viewers across the country may be surprised to learn this week that one-room schoolhouses still exist. Viewers in the Greater Lansing area may be even more surprised to see one they might recognize on national television.
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Thursday, May 29,2014

ACD.net controversy

Executive of Internet provider comes under fire for alleged racially insensitive comments

by TODD HEYWOOD
THURSDAY, May 29 — A top executive at ACD.net, a local Internet provider, is coming under fire for comments left on Saginaw Chippewa Chief Steve Pego’s voicemail.
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Wednesday, May 28,2014

Tomorrow‘s innovation today

Lansing looks to the 21st century ... and beyond

by Mickey Hirten
Lansing has good reason to celebrate its rich manufacturing history. After all, workers here helped launch the automobile industry, pioneering the car culture that has shaped our nation. The city was an automotive incubator for entrepreneurs and inventors who developed products and technologies that fashioned Lansing´s 20th century economy.
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Wednesday, May 28,2014

Opinion

Affordable Care Act helps women and mothers get the health care they need

by Pamela Kreiner
WEDNESDAY, May 28 — Moms across the state work hard to provide safe, healthy and financially stable futures for children and families. That’s why reliable access to quality health care at a price that doesn’t break the bank is so important.
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Tuesday, May 27,2014

City welcomes historic Dash Olds

115-year-old automobile arrives at City Hall as centerpiece of Made in Lansing exhibit

by BECKY McKENDRY
TUESDAY, May 27 — The centerpiece of the upcoming Made in Lansing exhibit was wheeled into Lansing City Hall this afternoon.
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Friday, May 23,2014

Memorial Day at the zoo

Potter Park Zoo offers free admission for veterans

by BECKY McKENDRY
FRIDAY, May 23 — Potter Park Zoo is celebrating Memorial Day by offering free admission to veterans all day long on Monday.
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