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John Jacobson, director of music events at the Central Michigan University School of Music, will retire from his position at the end of the semester.
If you didn’t believe in climate change before, 2017 was the year to start.
Wetter-than-normal conditions in the fall months mean trouble for Mid-Michigan farmers growing standing crops such as soybeans and corn.
From national politics to a storm that caused millions of dollars of damage in Isabella County, 2017 was quite the year.
When climate change is discussed, its impact is often presented in global terms – the rising of ocean levels or the melting of polar ice sheets. In Michigan, the Great Lakes also are being effected in significant ways that fewer people seem to be aware of.
TO THE EDITOR:
Following a six-month closure after a historic summer rainstorm, the Student Activity Center Weight Training Center is close to opening for the Spring 2018 semester.
Flooding caused by the June thunderstorms represented one of the costliest agricultural disasters in Isabella County history. Updated damage estimates show between $10-$15 million in losses to local farmers.
Months after the record-breaking flooding in Isabella County, renovations at Central Michigan University are almost complete.
Isabella County is under a flood advisory, according to the National Weather Service.
Mount Pleasant Mayor Kathy Ling recognized a positive relationship with the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe by welcoming members to conduct an honor song at City Commission meeting Oct. 9.