185. As of January 6th, Health officials said that was the number of influenza hospitalizations so far in Michigan. Continue reading
Next month, the park will receive the Innovative Recreation Programming award from the Michigan Recreation and Parks Association. Continue reading
One of the grants is earmarked to recruit foster families in Montmorency county. Continue reading
The agency is increasing it’s supercomputing capacity nearly tenfold to provide more accurate and detailed forecasts. Continue reading
The MEDC has distributed more than one million dollars in grants to five Michigan communities through leftover funds and other grants that failed to materialize in recent years. Continue reading
A new Master of Public Health degree will become available for graduates looking to serve rural and medically underserved areas. Continue reading
As the year comes to a close people often reflect back on memorable moments from the past year. Continue reading
Love INC is a non-profit, Christian-based organization that uses volunteers and funds from local churches to help people in the community. Continue reading
Northwood University has partnered with the state Chamber of Commerce to host the contest.
Students will write an essay on the topic, “How can Michigan become more economically competitive?”.
Tim Nash is with Northwood University.
He said this contest has a number of benefits.
“It gives young people a chance to do some research, learn more about the economy in Michigan, and to hopefully influence public policy in the state.”
Nash said the top essays will be presented to the state legislature and the Governor.
He said the top five finalists will be announced at the Chamber Foundation’s annual dinner in May and will receive cash prizes.
Entries for the contest must be submitted by March 15th.
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Essay guidelines http://www.northwood.edu/essay/
Now as the year comes to a close, one of his donations will be making its way to McLean and Eakin Booksellers in Petoskey. Continue reading