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Articles from the May 21, 2020 edition

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 By Renee Summers    News    May 21, 2020

Dealing with Stress and Isolation During the State Shut Down

The COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing stay at home order issued by Michigan Governor Whitmer have resulted in anxiety and uncertainty for the state's residents. As a society, we are used to being on... Full story

 
 By Roger Caldwell    News    May 21, 2020

In America the Choice – Death, Coronavirus or the Economy

Under the direction and management of President Donald Trump and his coronavirus pandemic task force, there has been mass death. With over 56,000 deaths, and over one million cases of the virus, there... Full story

 

Where Is Your Mask?

It is so important that we wear a mask or face covering when we go outside. The US Surgeon General said that we can protect others from getting the Coronavirus when we wear a mask. It has been... Full story

 
 By Emma Lockridge    Opinion    May 21, 2020

Living it Up on the Southwest Side

What's up Detroit 48217! Let's take a stroll back down memory lane. Southwest Detroit is a place many of us call home. By Southwest, I'm referring to the southern section of the city that's near... Full story

 
 By James Abeare    Opinion    May 21, 2020

Things are slowly, slowly, starting to come back

Things are starting to come back. NASCAR restarted last Sunday with a race at Darlington, South Carolina. Golf had a small charity event also last weekend. Both without fans. With the nicer weather,... Full story

 
 By Pastor Overall    Faith    May 21, 2020

Question: Pastor O., why is it wrong when White people march and protest but it's okay when Black people do it?

Answer: A White person wants to know the difference between Black people marching and protesting versus White people's protests and marches. First, White people march and protest for rights that they... Full story

 
 By Renee Summers    News    May 21, 2020

Forgotten Harvest Assists With Food Insecurity

For 30 years, Forgotten Harvest has been acting out its mission to relieve hunger while preventing food waste. The organization does this by rescuing surplus food from markets, restaurants, and... Full story

 

Gallery Sets Up Art Display along Deserted Main Street

The Streets of downtown Wyandotte are quiet, most businesses are closed due to covid-19. Wyandotte is the home of small businesses, usually proprietor run. The hardest hit businesses during these... Full story

 

The Video Vault: A Look at the Classics

If classic films are your preference and if you have cable or satellite TV, you may already be familiar with Turner Classic Movies (TCM) channel. If not, don't fret. TCM's classic film collection... Full story

 

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