The Trouble Counting Absentee Ballots
Area State Representative Julie Calley thinks she has at least part of the answer to helping small communities handle the expected huge increase in absentee ballot issues this year
State Orders Virus Testing For Agricultural And Food Workers
Michigan agricultural workers and those employed at food processing plants are now required to be tested for the COVID-19 virus.
Battle Creek Police HQ Reopening For Public Visitors
The City of Battle Creek Police Department headquarters building is set to reopen for public visitors today. It’s been closed for the past two weeks due to staff testing positive for the COVID-19 virus.
Contaminated Recyclables Means Hefty Pricetag For Battle Creek
The City of Battle Creek is starting to see some of its loads of recyclable materials rejected by Waste Management
Battle Creek Stabbing Leads To Murder Charge
A stabbing incident in Battle Creek early yesterday morning left a city resident dead. Police believe they have captured the murderer.
Coldwater’s Maple Lawn Hoping To Fully Reopen
Maple Lawn administrators report if all new virus tests come back negative the facility should be reopening for visits and fewer restrictions on Monday the 3rd.
Michigan Fitness Centers Suffering
Marshall area Republican State Representative Matt Hall says Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer is purposely leaving many small business owners in the dark.
“Fix The Damn Roads” Just May Get Underway
Democratic Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer still plans to keep her somewhat famous campaign pledge to “Fix The Damn Roads”.
How Should Michigan Reopen Schools?
Like most other issues surrounding the OVID-19 virus outbreak, there are few who don’t have pointed opinions. Three groups stand out among the most vocal. Parents, teachers, and politicians.
Battle Creek Schools Talk About Reopening
The district will be hosting a virtual question and answer session on its Facebook page about plans to resume classes this fall.