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Michigan company expanding to Traverse City, bringing new jobs

GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- A company headquartered in Ann Arbor is putting down roots in northern Michigan. EOTech is a leading manufacturer of optics for small weapon sights. The company is establishing new operations in Traverse City. EOTech is getting settled into its new building on Traverse Field...
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Road Trip to Michigan's Largest Village of Unique Shops - Pride and Country Village

Driving down I-75 from up north, I decided to stop to take a break and check out a new tourist destination for me in Saginaw. A short on/off from the highway will take you to Michigan’s largest village of unique shops, Pride and Country Village. The village has seven different buildings that offer various goods from furniture, clothing, bath and body items, food, ice cream to house decor. There is something for everyone here, especially if you like the country-chic vibe.
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Michigan Sugar fined $343K after 32 violations found

Michigan Sugar Company is facing a fine of hundreds of thousands of dollars after inspectors found several violations at a facility in Bay City. The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) conducted three inspections at Michigan Sugar Company. A safety inspection was started after a fatality was reported. The...
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Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh Selling His Atherton, CA, Mansion for $13M

Now coaching at his alma mater at the University of Michigan, the longtime coach and former quarterback purchased these luxury digs in 2012 for a cool $6.3 million. After a long run in the Bay Area that ended with an acrimonious departure in 2014, he’s looking to double his money in the region’s perpetually hot real estate market.
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America’s First Outdoor Shopping Mall Was in Michigan

The Kalamazoo Mall was the very first outdoor pedestrian shopping mall in the United States, making its debut on August 19, 1959. It was intended as being just a walk-through, with no traffic, no thru street, and no parking spots. Just a long stretch of buildings where people could walk from shop to shop.
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The Right Place launches rural West Michigan pitch contest

A West Michigan economic development agency will host a pitch competition for innovative business ventures in Ionia and Montcalm counties. Grand Rapids-based The Right Place said last week that it will host a new event, MIPitch, which will invite Montcalm- and Ionia-based businesses to pitch their ideas and compete for thousands of dollars in cash prizes.
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Downy mildew confirmed on cucumbers in four Michigan counties

EAST LANSING, MI. – The downy mildew pathogen has had the upper hand in recent weeks with the overcast and humid weather that our production regions have experienced. With humid and overcast weather conditions last weekend over parts of Michigan, the risk of significant pathogen spread and crop infection greatly increases. While the first pickling cucumber crop of 2021 has been harvested with little disease issue, the subsequent pickle crops are going to be a challenge given the amount of downy mildew that has been reported in the state during the last few days.
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President of the Kleinschmidt Agency, Inc , Emily J Bourne, Discusses Michigan Flood Insurance

President of the Kleinschmidt Agency, Inc., Emily J. Bourne, discusses flood insurance for Michigan residents and the affected properties in Detroit. Stay up to date with our videos by subscribing to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CivicCenterTV15?sub_confirmation=1. Visit our website for more information on the Megacast and The Splash: https://civiccentertv.com/. Follow us ⬇...
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Michigan: 350K Who Got Unemployment Aid Won’t Have To Repay

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — About 350,000 Michigan residents who received federal unemployment aid will not have to repay benefits even though the state told them that it mistakenly approved some eligibility reasons at the start of the pandemic. The Unemployment Insurance Agency said Friday that it will waive overpayments for...
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Uniqlo Michigan Ave. location to close, retailer says

CHICAGO (WLS) -- Uniqlo is closing its store on Michigan Avenue later this month. The Japanese clothing retailer posted online, saying the doors will be shut on Aug. 22. Uniqlo has other stores on State Street and at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. But the loss of the large Magnificent Mile...
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Food, Agriculture, Research & Manufacturing run by MSU Product Center

Food, Agriculture, Research & Manufacturing run by MSU Product Center. The Michigan State University Product Center and the West Michigan Food Processing Association announced a partnership on Aug. 2 that brings the university’s resources to the doorstep of west Michigan food companies and innovative entrepreneurs. “Our mission is to help...
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USDA Lifts PACA Reparation Sanctions on Michigan Produce Business

WASHINGTON, DC - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced D’Amore Produce Solutions has satisfied a reparation order that was issued under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA) and lifted the sanctions against the company. As part of its requirements to conduct PACA-related business, D’Amore Produce satisfied a reparation order that was issued in December 2020 in the amount of $40,405 for unpaid produce transactions.