The State of Michigan is doing more than just allow people to get some criminal records cleared from their public records. It’s now making $4 million available to help them through any legal barriers to get it accomplished.
A now-former employee of the State of Michigan is being accused of coming up with an elaborate scheme to siphon money from state accounts. State investigators say 49-year-old Joseph Pettit got away with it for several years. His time ran out with his arrest.
Calhoun County Board Chair Steve Frisbie is writing on his Facebook page that the decision is diluting, if not threatening, vital services for Calhoun County residents. Frisbie says the situation is unacceptable.
The Battle Creek Public Schools Board of Education is voting to take classes online beginning tomorrow (Wednesday, April 14, 2021). The decision means no classes for the district today in order to prepare for resuming virtual learning tomorrow.
Local farmers who are members of the Calhoun and Kalamazoo Farm Bureau organizations are being encouraged to post on social media about the benefits of vaccination. They’re also being asked to tag the HHS department with #WeCanDoThis.
The former chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party is taking position front and center on behalf of an activist group known as Keep Michigan Safe. Mark Brewer is now leading the legal effort to disqualify the Unlock Michigan petition drive.