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Term Limits On November Ballot


Shorter term limits and establishing financial disclosure requirements for state elected officials will be on the November ballot. Two-thirds of the Michigan House and Senate approved putting both before voters. For term limits, lawmakers would go from

Lakeshore Superintendent Rated Highly Effective


Lakeshore Public Schools Superintendent Greg Eding has received a grade point average of 4.0 from the board of education. During a Monday meeting, the Lakeshore Public Schools Board of Education approved Eding’s latest performance evaluation, rating him

Nessel Seeks State Rules On Animal Testing


Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel says some Michigan research labs are continuing to conduct inhumane experiments on animals, and it’s against the law. Nessel says a law passed by the state Legislature passed more than 40 years

DNR Warns About Wildfire Risk


The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says wildfire danger is expected to be high or very high across much of northern Lower Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, and residents are being asked to take precautions when working

Hit-And-Run Death Under Investigation


Benton Harbor public safety officers are investigating a hit-and-run death. They were called to Pipestone and Milton just before 12 a.m. Friday night and found Gary Elsner laying in the 1000 block of Pipestone. He was declared