Kids and Education

Development News Every Wednesday and Thursday, patrons can come into the building, pick up their holds, and browse a small section of materials that have been brought into the lobby.
Development News Adaline Plude, a kindergartner, won first place for her project on bicycle brakes.
Feature Story All camps relate to a high school opportunity students could have. In some cases, the high school program teachers will be leading the camps, alongside people working in the industry.

Summer camps are back, and better than ever


Feature Story Esther Williams is the executive director of Midland Recyclers.
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 Kent MacDonald, Northwood president, assessing the flood damage to the university.
Feature Story Jonathan Haynes is a founding member of Anti-Racist Midland. “We’re very excited to start the reckoning and the grappling so we can move forward as a community."

ARM strives for a more inclusive and equitable Midland


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 The Midland Public Schools have approximately 7,600 students and 450 teachers.
Feature Story Photo courtesy of Sanford Elementary Early Childhood Center. Please note: This photo was taken prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Child care resources assist families amidst pandemic


Feature Story Corn cobs are a young artist's tool this fall.
Feature Story Ann Date is the co-founder of Partners in Change.
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