Home for the holidays and beyond Read Article

Renee Benner protects her candle from the wind at a homeless awareness event at Central Michigan University on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. Liz Whittemore

An invasive species may help ward off cancer and chronic disease Read Article

Ripe berries on an Autumn Olive shrub at Paul Siers' Autumn Berry Farm (Nov. 2018) Diana Prichard

New nonprofit aims to infuse region with community-focused developers and investors Read Article

Phil Eich

With a focus on research, Central Michigan University, is putting its stamp on the scientific world Read Article

Dr. Linlin Zhao, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Central Michigan University, works with Feris Samkari, a senior from Saudi Arabia majoring in Biomedical, Cellular and Molecular Biology, in the mitochondria lab. 2018. CMU

Holiday gift boxes support small businesses while funding local and international projects Read Article

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Mt. Pleasant's Discovery Museum wants kid to run, explore, and play their way into learning Read Article

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Spanish teacher encourages language retention through communication Read Article

April Dice's Spanish students gather in a circle and practice their Spanish writing skills together during class on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018. Liz Whittemore

Montessori techniques are bringing purpose and independence to assisted care Read Article

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Bringing services under one roof is revolutionizing the way Mt. Pleasant combats poverty Read Article

Guests fill out paperwork in the main lobby at the Strickler Non-Profit Center Diana Prichard

One of the Midwest's largest rural public transit systems is helping Isabella County get around town Read Article

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These mid-Michigan innovators are helping battle wild fires Read Article

Inside Burch Tank & Truck's new 25,000 sq ft facility Diana Prichard


Feature StoryThe Gurski home on East Maple Street

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Feature StoryWilliam Butler is prepared to get his blood drawn at HUDA by his nurse, Val Gamble. Butler has been coming to HUDA for his health care needs since he lost his health insurance four years ago.

How once-vacant sites are becoming hubs for health equity in Michigan

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Jan Strickler is driven by community

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Nagazi is a band of brothers bonded by metal

Feature StoryA social and educational group for Spanish-speaking clients at Turner Senior Resource Center.
Feature StoryPoet Marc Hudson read a selection of his work to a full house last month at the Wellspring Literary Series tenth season kickoff

In its tenth season, Wellspring Literary is art for all

Feature StoryKati Mora says health depends on changing the way people think about body size
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Feature StoryMike Schuette of GCI water with a jar of clean, treated water

Family business aims to solve global water problem

Feature StorySpanish teacher April Dice uses a dry erase board to demonstrate a point during class on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018 at Sacred Heart Academy.
Feature StoryPresident of the Mt. Pleasant Rotary Club, Alysha Fisher, gives closing announcements at the club's meeting on Monday, Oct.8, 2018.

In Middle Michigan, Rotary is becoming a girls' club

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Mercantile Bank's local focus is paying dividends

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