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Chelsea Doctor Named in Two Book Awards

Concussion Discussions: A Functional Approach to Recovery After Brain Injury (Faces of TBI, LLC, 2021) has received a Gold Medal in the non-fiction anthology category of the Midwest Book Awards, a long-running 12 state regional awards program first established in 1989. Additionally, it has been selected as a finalist in...
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Michigan baseball HC search heats up with another candidate emerging

Michigan Wolverines Athletic Director Warde Manuel would like to get a new head coach to Ray Fisher Stadium as soon as possible, and perhaps that will happen sooner rather than later with a new candidate emerging. According to MLB Network’s Jon Morosi, Michigan has shown interest in the University of...
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Pot shop takes over old credit union — drive-thru window and all

Lansing is on the fast track to regaining its title as the Cannabis Capital of Michigan this summer with yet another dispensary opening its doors here this month — this time with a shop called Herbana, which opened June 17 without much fanfare on Saginaw Street, just west of Famous Taco. Its arrival got a bit louder with a grand opening celebration over the weekend.

Emoni Bates says he’s transferring to hometown E. Michigan

YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) — One of the top recruits in the 2021 men’s basketball recruiting class says he’s transferring from Memphis to Eastern Michigan. Emoni Bates announced on Instagram he’s returning to his hometown of Ypsilanti to play for the Eagles of the Mid-American Conference. An EMU spokesman said he could not confirm Bates’ transfer. Bates averaged 9.8 points and 3.3 rebounds per game his freshman season at Memphis and started 13 of 18 games. He missed 15 games because of a back injury before appearing in the Tigers’ two NCAA Tournament games.

Jackson woman helps create comfort, joy for seniors

HILLSDALE, Mich. (WLNS) – Tightly wrapped in a blanket and hat, these baby dolls are a gentle sense of comfort for seniors living with Alzheimer’s or dementia. “Really it’s just I saw a need and I saw that it’s something I could do,” said Founder of Ladies with Babies, Aimee Potts. Potts helps deliver these […]

Michigan’s DeVante’ Jones signs with Oklahoma City Thunder

DeVante’ Jones, Michigan’s starting point guard last season, will play in the NBA Summer League for the Oklahoma City Thunder. His father, Troy, shared the news with MLive on Wednesday (June 29). Oklahoma City will participate in the Salt Lake City portion of Summer League, which starts on...
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Michigan hoops offers 2024 four-star PG Travis Perry

While Juwan Howard and the Michigan Wolverines are locked into finding recruits in the 2023 class, it’s always important to look towards the future and make offers to talented players a couple years down the road. Michigan has already landed a commitment from one point guard from the 2024...

Brady Quinn Makes Opinion On Ohio State Game Very Clear

On Sept. 3, Ohio State and Notre Dame will square off in what should be a thrilling matchup. Earlier this week, Brady Quinn shared his thoughts on this showdown. Quinn, who won the Sammy Baugh Trophy while at Notre Dame, believes it's going to be a tough game for his alma mater. He explained why while at the Golic Sub-Par Classic charity event.

Events of Thursday, June 30, 2022

Summer Kids Film Series. This week: “Sing 2”. Michigan Theatre of Jackson is host to the Summer Kids Film Series (Tuesdays through Thursdays) with 11 AM and 2 PM screenings throughout the summer, presented by the Kiwanis Club of Jackson. Doors open 30 minutes before screen time (10:30 am and 1:30 pm). Admission is $1. Kids Combo Small Drink and Popcorn is $4. Michigan Theatre, Downtown Jackson.
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Music in the air this holiday weekend at metro area venues

The boom of fireworks and the sizzle of barbecue aren’t the only sounds of a holiday weekend. There’ll be music in the air — and lots of it, all around the metro area:. • Detroit DJ, producer and visual artist Tashif “Sheefy McFly” Turner presents the multi-disciplinary “Sheefy McFly Experience” starting at 5 p.m. in the Sosnick Courtyard and in the Cube at the Fisher Music Center, 3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit. 313-576-5111 or

Blissfield Post 325 downs Adrian Post 275 4-3 in tight Veteran's Night affair

ADRIAN –– Blissfield Post 325 defeated Adrian Post 275, 4-3, on Thursday in a tightly contested Veteran’s Night game. After last year’s Veteran’s Night was cancelled, both American Legions came together to honor local veterans for their service with a pregame ceremony featuring renditions of the Star Spangled Banner, God Bless America and the playing of taps.

Five Pipes & Drums bands to perform at Saline Celtic Festival

Cabar Feidh Pipes and Drums from Royal Oak, coming off two first-place finishes at the recent Alma Highland Games. Glen Erin Pipe Band from Lansing, that performed at the 74th Annual Mackinac Island Lilac Festival. Flint Scottish Pipe Band, playing recently in Alma, Owosso, and at the Scottish Festival &...

The Queens Revenge, Mermaid Beam Play Concert in Downtown Saline

You may be asked to walk the plank before you stroll in downtown Saline Thursday night. The Queen's Revenge is the featured artist for the Salty Sounds of Summer concert on North Ann Arbor Street. The free concert, presented by Saline Main Street and the Ann Arbor-Saline Music Center, begins...

Jackson College Hosts High School Volleyball Scrimmage League

Jackson College volleyball Coach Lisa Bradley talks to high school players prior to a scrimmage league event on Wednesday at Victor Cuiss Fieldhouse. (June 29, 2022 8:51 PM) For years high school volleyball teams have traveled to Adrian or Mason for team scrimmage leagues. With the price of gas over...

Chelsea School Board Approves Budget; Athletic Building Update

Jason Eyster, president of Chelsea School District’s (CSD) Board of Education, opened the school board meeting on June 27 by citing board policy (167.3) regarding public participation at meetings. The presiding officer may prohibit public comments which are harassing, and may interrupt or end a statement that is personally directed or abusive, according to the policy.