NMC board to address OMA allegations
Northwestern Michigan College trustees on Monday will discuss allegations they violated state open meetings laws. But they might do so behind closed doors.Continued ...
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- Dems drum up opposition for Leelanau seats
- NMC board to address OMA allegations
Townships appeal tax breaks for big box retailers
The battle against a property tax advantage for big box retailers has been taken to the Michigan Court of Appeals.Continued ...
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- Problems persist along rivers in western Michigan
- Michigan in Brief: 04/17/2014
- Townships appeal tax breaks for big box retailers
Editorial: To hear NMC tell it, public doesn't care
To hear some members of the Northwestern Michigan College Board of Trustees tell it, the public — that’s you — has virtually no interest in the board’s business and even less in having board meetings aired on public access television or videotaped as a permanent record.Continued ...
- Letters to the Editor: 04/20/2014
- Forum: Time for revenue-neutral carbon tax
- Jack Lessenberry: Was Will Rogers right?
- Editorial: To hear NMC tell it, public doesn't care
- Opinion Poll
Unbeaten Titans roll past Central, 6-1
Trailing 1-0 early, the Titans responded with six unanswered goals over the final 58 minutes to beat crosstown rival Traverse City Central 6-1 in a Big North Conference soccer match at the Coast Guard field.Continued ...
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- Trojans dominate track invitational
- Unbeaten Titans roll past Central, 6-1
Mancelona looking at options after manufacturing decline
Mancelona was born of manufacturing, but it may not be its future. Logging, iron works plants and auto parts manufacturers built the area since it was founded in the 1870s, but those industries have dwindled and so has Mancelona’s economy.Continued ...
- Water contamination continues in Mancelona
- Dennis Prout: MyRA makes sense for some
- Gold prices melt on China fears
- Mancelona looking at options after manufacturing decline
Botanic Garden prepares to open new Visitor Center
The first daffodils and crocus had yet to poke up their leaves at The Botanic Garden at Historic Barns Park as volunteer Denise Butterfield passed out logo vests to volunteers at the new Visitor Center.Continued ...
- 30 years of NMC art students' work in show
- Garret Leiva: 44 is the new 24, right?
- Botanic Garden prepares to open new Visitor Center
Smartphone kill switches are coming
Smartphones need kill switches. It's a relatively easy solution to the pricey (and irritating) problem of smartphone theft. But who would have thought that the big carriers would team up with Apple, Google, Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung and lots of other manufacturers to voluntarily begin adding the technology by July 2015? The cooperative spirit! It makes so much sense!
April 18, 2014
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