Areas of Concern

Development News Field technician treats standing water.
Feature Story The club meets three times per year.

Midland 100 Club proudly donates again


Development News The information on how to keep kids safe while online has become “more of a need.”

Free seminar for parents to address how to keep kids safe online


Feature Story Stacie Scherman (L) and Cindy Vickery take part in a MCSAR field training program.
Development News Terwillegar says the mission is to give back and support 4-H groups and children with special needs.

Hooves & Hearts Thrift Store Gives Back to Community


Feature Story The staff of Lighthouse Immigrant Advocates.
In The News Diane Postler-Slattery
Feature Story Monarch Academy students learn about monarch butterflies and join in national efforts to preserve it. Little Forks Conservancy, Northwood University, 4-H, Fisher Family Fields, and the Midland Co. Board of Commissioners are all lending their support.

Young offenders transform at the Monarch Academy


Feature Story From left, Iliana Ponce, Esther Fifelski, and Susan Kragt are among those advocating for Afghan refugees in West Michigan.

Lakeshore agencies welcome Afghan refugees with open arms


Development News Erin Patrice is the creator and founder of The Breaking Bread Village.

Profile Q & A: Erin Patrice, MLK Drum Major Award


Development News Jeanne Lound Schaller of the Nonviolent Peaceforce.

Midland designated an International City of Peace


Feature Story Kathy Dollard is the director of behavioral health services at MyMichigan Health.
Feature Story Dolores Porte is the president of the Village of Sanford
Development News Habitat wants to have occupancy in these new units, located on on Midland’s west side, just west of Pangborn Marine on M-20, by late spring.
Feature Story Todd Krygsheld is the executive director of Escape Ministries

4-part series explores causes of poverty and tools for change