TCAPS cancels special board meeting
Traverse City Area Public Schools officials canceled a special meeting about the district's long-standing election law violation.Continued ...
- Board to discuss violation in closed session
- Propane prices dip; gasoline up for spring
- CTC's orientation shows eighth-graders that concepts can excite
- TCAPS cancels special board meeting
Lawmakers pass bills deleting 'retarded' from laws
The terms "mental retardation" and "mentally retarded" will be removed from state laws under legislation that unanimously passed the state Senate and House on Wednesday.Continued ...
- Snow, ice cover will boost Great Lakes levels
- Advocates lobby feds for Great Lakes programs
- Obama budget seeks cuts in Great Lakes program
- Lawmakers pass bills deleting 'retarded' from laws
Editorial: County board must codify what counts as per diem
The issue: GT board can’t agree on per diem payments. Our view: It’s another case of a flawed policy.Continued ...
- Letters to the Editor: 03/06/2014
- Forum: Return to local control
- Phil Power: Dingell's professionalism will be missed
- Editorial: County board must codify what counts as per diem
- Opinion Poll
Frankfort, McBain win regional titles
The No. 3-ranked Frankfort Panthers secured a Class D girls basketball regional championship tonight, defeating Bellaire 61-33.Continued ...
- Titans roll into district finals
- Bullough's return propels Gladiators past McBain
- Alpena starts fast, cruises past Central
- Frankfort, McBain win regional titles
Aviation agreement takes off
Will Bennett doesn’t want to spend his future saddled to a desk from 9-to-5 every day. It’s one reason he’s training to be a pilot in Northwestern Michigan College’s Aviation Program.Continued ...
- Cadillac manufacturer to make pallets
- Corps of Engineers to dredge Leland harbor
- Rare Bird Brewpub readies for flight
- Aviation agreement takes off
Stella’s Anton chalks up another coveted Beard nomination
There’s no comparison between summer-ripened tomatoes fresh from the garden and those pallid pink pucks labeled “tomato” on February’s supermarket shelves.Continued ...
- Foodie with Family: Nothing says romance like spaghetti
- Nancy Krcek Allen: Marriage made in winter kitchen
- Stella’s Anton chalks up another coveted Beard nomination
VIDEO: Kentucky AG holds back tears, announces he won't defend marriage ban
In a tearful statement that went viral this week, Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway announced that he would not defend his state's ban on gay marriage in court. Conway made the announcement after a federal judge ruled that Kentucky must recognize same sex marriages performed in other states. However, Gov. Steve Beshear said he will hire private attorneys to appeal the judge's order.
March 6, 2014
- Staples to close 225 stores as online competition hurts sales
- 2 in Indiana sickened after eating contaminated Skittles
- VIDEO: Kentucky AG holds back tears, announces he won't defend marriage ban