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Internet access remains a problem for millions of Americans, including school age children. Those students without home internet access face increased difficulties completing their schoolwork, often referred to as the “homework gap.” Earlier this year, the COVID-19 pandemic brought these problems...
(NAPSI)—As dental offices re-open across the nation, patients may be in for some pleasant surprises. For one thing, you can rest assured that there will be new protocols that help keep your dental visit safe and comfortable. What Dentists Are Doing Enhanced patient protection measures include: All...
More than 2,800 Grand Valley State University students completed the requirements to receive their degrees this past April. A list of the names of Grand Valley’s most recent graduates follows. Local students who graduated at the conclusion of the Winter 2020 semester in April include: Adam A....
In response to the economic impact of the COVID-19, the State of Michigan has allocated $15 million of CARES Act funding to implement the Michigan Agricultural Safety Grant Program to support the needs of Michigan’s agricultural processors and farms. Applications to apply for funding will open on...
Michigan Small Business Restart Program In response to the economic impact of COVID-19, the State of Michigan has allocated $100 million of CARES Act funding to implement the Michigan Small Business Restart Program to support the needs of Michigan Businesses directly impacted by COVID-19. The...
The next regular meetings of the Arenac VFW Post #3724 and Auxiliary will be held on Tuesday, July 21st, starting at 6:30 p.m. Please attend as there will be planning discussed for the next few month’s activities. The next Sunday Breakfast of the Post will be held on Sunday, July 12th. Some...
The pandemic unleashed a staggering one-two punch on the economy – double-digit unemployment and drastically reduced revenues for many businesses. As states reopen with varying restrictions, what the future holds in the next six to 12 months is anybody’s guess. But while the economic downturn will...
We would like to thank everyone for their patience and compliance as we navigate our new donation processes and protocols. For those of you with donation items piling up, we have good news for you! On July 11 we will be accepting clothing items, and on July 25 we will be accepting both personal...
This time of the year, we begin to think about spring cleaning, and you wonder what will I do with all of it. Here at Pinconning Wesleyan Church, we will be having a rummage sale later in the late spring or early summer, which is a fundraiser for the church. We will take the merchandise that you...
One of the most important gifts or freedoms, (if you will), is to give our youth the gift of curiosity. As we get older, we have a tendency to fall back on what we know, but curiosity is like a muscle: it dwindles without use. To keep it strong, we need to adopt the perspective of our young people...

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