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Archery Deer Season Underway

As Michigan’s archery deer hunting season began Thursday, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources wants hunters to keep certain rules in mind. Chad Stewart is a deer biologist with the DNR who spoke with Michigan News Network

County Accepts Grant To Cover COVID Costs

A grant of $377,000 is being accepted by Berrien County to help recoup COVID-19 related costs. Community Development Director Dan Fette told the Berrien County Board of Commissioners Thursday the funds come from the federal CARES act

Whitmer Announces $500 Million Drinking Water Improvement Plan

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has announced a new $500 million plan to upgrade drinking water and wastewater infrastructure around Michigan. The governor’s office has released the following: Governor Gretchen Whitmer today, along with bipartisan and bicameral partners, announced MI Clean Water, a $500 million comprehensive water

Energy Secretary Visits Michigan

United States Secretary of Energy Dan Brouilette is in Michigan this week to learn about some of the state’s energy needs and the work Michigan does in that sector. One stop will take Secretary Brouilette to a

Voters Request 2.5 Million Absentee Ballots

The Michigan Secretary of State’s office says Michigan voters have requested 2.5 million absentee ballots for the November election. Through October 19, residents with a Michigan driver’s license or state identification card can register online at Michigan.gov/Vote.

Governor Signs State Budget

From the Associated Press — Gretchen Whitmer has signed a $62.7 billion state budget hours before the new fiscal year. It will fund a new tuition-assistance program for adults and avoid major government cuts despite the economic

Brandywine High School Gets Tennis Courts

Brandywine Community Schools has something to celebrate this week. The district held a ribbon cutting on its brand new tennis courts. The days of Brandywine High School tennis team members driving across town, with racquets in tow,

Ludington Holding Octoberfest In A New Way

If you’re still trying to plan a fall getaway, Ludington officials say it’s a great destination along Lake Michigan. Ludington Area Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Director Brandy Miller told Michigan News Network this week s they have