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Wednesday, September 12,2012

Hotel Red Cedar

Hotels interested in Capital Gateway project, Parks Board chairman more optimistic of Red Cedar Golf Course plans

by Sam Inglot
Major hotel chains are already interested in staking their claim to the Capital Gateway project, say the developers hoping to transform dozens of acres at the former Red Cedar Golf Course.
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Wednesday, August 15,2012

Coping with tragedy

The Lansing Sikh community responds to Wisconsin shooting

by Sam Inglot
It was standing room only in a small south Lansing church as community members gathered to celebrate the union of a young man and woman. As the ceremony neared its end, photographers and videographers scrambled to capture every moment of the event.
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Wednesday, August 8,2012

Funding sidewalks

Would city voters approve a $2.5 million tax increase over three years for fixing sidewalks? A millage is in the works — and has tentative support from the mayor.

by Sam Inglot
The city of Lansing may be going back to voters for a second November election in a row asking for more public infrastructure funding. This time, it's for sidewalks.
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Wednesday, August 8,2012

'All of the frustration, none of the prestige'

Lansing hosts major disc golf tournament

by Sam Inglot
Those metal baskets with dangling chains you may see at the local public park are not trashcans or weird barbecue grills.
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Wednesday, August 8,2012

Less filling, tastes lame

Inaugural beer and music festival fell short of expectations

by Sam Inglot
There is more than enough room for improvement for the Michigan Rock N Brew festival after last weekend's bust of a maiden voyage. It was a first-year festival — and you could definitely tell.
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Wednesday, May 9,2012

Rallying for (and against) Romney

The most exciting part of Mitt Romney's speech Tuesday at Lansing Community College was the end

by Sam Inglot
Enthusiastically awaiting his arrival hours before the event, in the shadow of a Romney campaign bus, the small group brandished American flags and signs bearing the GOP presidential candidate’s name. When a car honked its horn in support, the group responded back with hoots and hollers.
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Wednesday, May 9,2012

Housing progress

New MSU housing options taking effect in the fall means more equality for LGBT students

by Sam Inglot
With the implementation of “flexible” housing options starting in the fall, students can live with anyone in certain dorms on campus regardless of gender. West McDonel Hall on the east side of campus and North Wonders Hall on the west side will offer one floor each of flexible housing, equating to 40 possible spots.
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Wednesday, May 2,2012

Peckham United

A unionization effort is underway at Peckham, a private nonprofit

by Sam Inglot
The United Peckham Employees Association is a group of Peckham workers with help from labor activists — including the Lansing Workers’ Center and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers — that are trying to gain support for an independent union for the close to 1,100 disabled manufacturing workers.
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Wednesday, April 25,2012

Pushing (and sliding) Michigan onto the map

Longboarders, under the radar, converge on Lansing for the state’s largest competition

by Sam Inglot
Two races took place in Lansing last weekend. One you may have heard of — the inaugural Lansing Marathon on Sunday had nearly 2,000 runners participate and got plenty of news coverage. You probably didn’t hear about the second one.
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