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Lawsuit Seeks To Stop Redistricting

From the Associated Press — Michigan Republicans have sued to block the creation of a redistricting commission, contending people would be unconstitutionally prohibited from serving on the panel. Voters last fall approved a constitutional amendment to have

Record County Land Auction Held Tuesday

The latest Berrien County Land Auction is one for the record books. Berrien County Treasurer Bret Witkowski tells us the event on Tuesday brought in $1.6 million for the county foreclosure fund, possibly putting it in the

Stabenow Backing Impeachment Inquiry

Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan says she would back House Democrats if they launch an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. The fourth-term Democrat said in a written statement Monday that former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report

Glad Peach Fest In Coloma This Week

The Glad Peach Festival is set for this week in Coloma. It starts Friday at noon, and will run through Sunday evening. Peach Fest President Julie Pupedis tells WSJM News the festival started as a victory celebration

State Offers Financial Aid Advice

With high school graduates across Michigan preparing to head off to college, the Michigan Department of Treasury is offering them some advice on seeking financial aid. Office of Post-Secondary Financial Planning Director Anne Wohlfert tells WSJM News