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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has granted the Great Lakes Areas of Concern $7.9 million.
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has granted the Great Lakes Areas of Concern $7.9 million. Photo: Elena Elisseeva
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$7.9M in Grant Money Coming to the Great Lakes

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is granting $7.9 million to the Great Lakes Areas of Concern.  The money will be used for projects to restore habitats, according to the Associated Press

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Getty Images By: David McNew
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Renk Will Interview An Atheist Today

Today on my show Live with Renk, I will be interviewing David Niose, legal director of the American Humanist Association (an atheist group), concerning their war against some religions.

Please tune in to see where in our Constitution they believe the fathers of our country

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Obama Railroads Oil

President Barack Obama today pacified the theologists of the environmental movement and vetoed the Keystone XL pipeline. Leftists rejoiced at the move and hailed it as a victory for the environment. Per usual they were wrong all acr

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Empty Holster is Racist at Kzoo College

Students who say they have felt threatened in recent weeks due to their race are taking those concerns to the administration.

Junior student Rian Brown started the hashtag #UnsafeAtK on social media Tuesday along with two others to let people know she and other minorities say they feel threatened

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Montrose voted against the decriminalization of marijuana in a ballot proposal on Tuesday.
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Montrose voted against the decriminalization of marijuana in a ballot proposal on Tuesday. Photo: Getty Images
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Marijuana Decriminalization Denied in Montrose

A proposal to decriminalize marijuana was voted down in the Flint-area community of Montrose, according to the Associated Press.

The citizens of Montrose voted Tuesday against the legalization of the possession or transfer of less than one ounce of marijuana on private property

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Students Owe How Much?

How much do students owe?

I just read an article in The Daily Caller that just stunned me.

According to the quarterly report on household debt and credit released this month by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, America’s student

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Terrorist in Mid-Michigan

 

After living in East Lansing recently, an Iraqi refugee is facing prison after FBI agents accused the 29-year-old of lying to them about terrorist ties while he was trying to fly to Amman Jordan last week. Al-

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Michigan Prisoners: They Sue, You Pay

Well, what a surprise I woke up to this morning.

Did you know that your Michigan tax dollars have been paid to a private law firm in Grand Rapids that helps Michigan prisoners overturn their convictions and sue the state over the conditions of their confinement?

Well, I did not

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A recent University of Michigan survey verifies that Michigan roads need repair.
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A recent University of Michigan survey verifies that Michigan roads need repair. Photo: Getty Images
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University of Michigan Survey Says More Funding Needed for Roads

Michigan roads are in desperate need of repair.  Local government officials are reporting more money is need to fix roads from the state.

A survey release Monday by the University of Michigan reports almost 80 percent of local governments said that the state needs to increase road funding by a least 50 percent

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Frozen Great Lakes, Another Cold Summer

For the second consecutive year the great lakes are more than 80% ice covered. That is the first time that has happened since the late 1970’s. After last years ice blanket on the lakes we were blessed with a very long cool spring and a summer that produced exactly one day over 90 degrees for me

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