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Articles from the November 15, 2018 edition

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Michelle Obama Book Tour Features Oprah and Other Celebrity Moderators

As the Nov. 13 release date fast approaches, it's become ever more obvious that former First Lady Michelle Obama's book tour is more than just another event. In each city, beginning with Chicago – t...

 

Santa's Magic Forest opens November 24

TAYLOR – Santa's Magic Forest opens for the season during the City of Taylor Winterfest on Saturday, November 24, 2018, at the Heritage Park Activity Building, 12111 Pardee Road. "Downriver's...

 

State Representative Sylvia Santana Calls for Release of Nonviolent Marijuana Offenders

LANSING - State Rep. Sylvia Santana, Democratic vice chair of the House Appropriations Corrections Subcommittee, introduced a plan to require the Michigan Parole Board to release individuals who are...

 

Mississippi Campaign Heats Up After 'Lynching' Remark

It's a campaign that flew quietly under the radar – though the outcome could not only make history but change the dynamics in the United States Senate. Down in the Delta – where the public...

 

Excelsior! Rest in Peace Stan Lee

Last Monday was a sad day for comic book fans the world over. Legendary comc book editor and multi-media giant Stan Lee died at the age of 95. He was preceded in death by his wifeJoan who had died in...

 

Proposal 2 passes, slays gerrymandering in Michigan

Michiganders voted to end partisan gerrymandering in Michigan by establishing an Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission that takes the power of redistricting away from politicians and...

 

A Native American to Know: Susan LaFlesche Picotte

Life is not easy for anyone. Add gender and race to the barriers faced by most, and it becomes the fact that those who succeed in the face of such barriers become sources of inspiration for us all....

 

The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit to Offer Christmas Assistance Metro Detroit families and senior citizens can apply

SOUTHFIELD – The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit is currently accepting applications for Christmas assistance from residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties at all metro Detroit Salvation Army corps community centers. Families with children...

 

School Grading Practices Are Inaccurate and Inequitable to Black Children

The battle for equity in our schools is not only a fight to guarantee access to great teaching and high-quality learning environments, programs, and materials. The battle for equity also includes the...

 

Dearborn Animal Shelter Receives New Clock Just in Time to Fall Back

The Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit (FAMD) recently held an open house to celebrate its new adoption facility in Dearborn. The effort took nearly 15 years and the education and adoption center is...

 

Romulus voters approve millage to support public safety

ROMULUS – City administrators, firefighters and police officers are thanking Romulus voters for supporting a 4-mill proposal that will support public safety for the next five years. The November 6...

 

3 Ways Military Families and Veterans Can Stretch Their Budget

(StatePoint) “How can we make our money go further?” The eternal question being asked by families everywhere, every day. While military families are no strangers to the same budgeting dilemmas as everyone else, the good news is that there are...

 

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