Entrepreneurship

Feature Story Chris & Heather Welch of the Aviator Cookie Company. He's the owner, she's the assistant manager.
Feature Story Hemp is a versatile plant that can be crafted into many unique products. The flower can be smoked or made into oils. Other parts of the plant can be used to create textiles, plastics, and more.
Feature Story If you join the frequent flyer club, for every 12 cookies you buy, you get one free on your next visit.

Aviator Cookie Company is clear for takeoff


Feature Story Kent MacDonald, Northwood president, assessing the flood damage to the university.
Feature Story LoLita Pfeiffer picks an order of coho salmon. The most recent shipment also touted halibut, lingcod, prawns, shrimp, and cherry-hickory smoked salmon.

An Alaskan fish story, with a longline to Midland


Feature Story Minority business owners are a powerful force. According to the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, minority business owners create half the new jobs in this country.

Great Lakes Bay Region works to create an inclusive business community


Feature Story Just over three hours after their grand opening, O’MACARON completely sold out of macarons.

Oh yes, O’MACARON now has a storefront downtown


Feature Story The Northwood University Idea Center is located on the corner of Main Street and Ashman Street in downtown Midland.

Student entrepreneurs have an 'idea' for downtown Midland


Feature Story Madison Elliot dances to “Hallelujah,” by Leonard Cohen, while Joshua James Sharrard sings and plays piano.

The Great Lakes Bay Region releases its first-ever holiday album


Feature Story Door decorations at Nature Niche add a holiday touch to a safety notice.

Midland retailers balance safety with cheer this holiday season


Feature Story Evan Sumrell focuses on making beautiful, high-quality food with none of the pretentiousness. This salad is made with certified organic produce from Good Stead Farm.

Farm-to-table restaurant hits the streets of downtown Midland


Feature Story After minimal renovations like paint, lighting and furniture, the duo plans to officially open shortly after the Thanksgiving holiday.
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