Sanford junior Nicole Lanphierd pumps gas Tuesday at the Meijer’s gas station on Pickard in preparation for increased gas prices. A sign malfunctioning at a gas station in Midland scared consumers into thinking prices were going up.
Hailey McCrossin, 5, of Westland, entertains the line outside of The Book Mark at 2200 South Mission with dancing and charades Friday night. The Book Mark opened at midnight for the selling of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” the […]
CMU’s student radio station, Modern Rock 91.5 FM, began a new era in broadcasting with the addition of podcasting to its weekly schedule. Podcasting enables amateur producers to create their own syndicated radio shows through a distribution method similar to […]
The Ashcraft Food Market building on West M-20 has finally been sold after three years of vacancy. Victory Christian Center bought the building about three weeks ago from landlord Jim Fisher. “It was a good location,” said Pastor Dar Blanshan. […]
Ten-year-old Cassidy Florey of Sanford already has her future planned out. “When I grow up, I want to be a forensic scientist,” she said. Florey is pursuing her dream while she and 123 other children take part the CMU Summer […]
Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. all played important roles in the development of civil rights for minorities. In honor of their accomplishments, the second phase of the 19th annual King/Chavez/Parks Extended College Day Program […]
Children and counselors from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe Niibing camp play a game of lacrosse in Island Park on Tuesday afternoon. The camp, along with Mount Pleasant’s PEAK program, celebrated Community Day, during which they went out to collect […]
St. Johns junior Stacy Thelen, a communications disorder major, plays “pass the face” with a group of Summer Specialty Clinics students Tuesday while Erika Courlander, SSC Coordinator, looks on during a drama class on the lawn of the Health Professions […]