September 21, 2014
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Labor Day weekend in Northern Michigan is only days away, and many of us will engage in traditional Labor Day activities—getting out on the water, barbecuing, and waiting in traffic. more
One of the hardest things about being a reporter is not showing bias, especially when is comes to talking about your favorite team. more
It’s time to start over. more
We journalists stand proudly among government and school officials under the scrutinizing eye of the public, and rightly so. more
As of Monday, I have now celebrated 24 birthdays on this earth, and each one of them has been special in some way or another. more
We never know what the world is going to throw at us. more
Governor Rick Snyder signed a teacher tenure reform into law Tuesday, July 19, making some much needed changes to Michigan’s education system. more
With the exception of Canada, I have never been to a foreign country, but thanks to the help of family gatherings I know what to expect when I eventually make it to Europe. more
There are a lot of things that I like about my job; like sports coverage, meeting new people everyday, and writing King’s Ransom nearly every week. more
Being part of a small community definitely has its drawbacks. I often hear people complain about having nothing to do, how everyone knows your personal business, and the huge lack of job opportunity. Now is that time of year when many of our graduates can’t wait to pack up and head to the big city, where they’ll escape the boring small town life. more
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