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Bangor School Board President Resigns

The Bangor Public Schools Board of Education is weighing the hire of a new superintendent. At a meeting this week, the board tied on a vote to hire former Bangor Superintendent Dennis Paquette or Karen Bitzer, who

Drug Bust In Benton Harbor

A Friday drug bust in Benton Harbor has charges being pursued against several people. Officers from the Berrien County Sheriff’s Department and the Southwest Enforcement Team seized crack cocaine, marijuana, and drug dealing-related items during a raid

AAA Issues Heat Stroke Warning

This is the time of year when the danger of heatstroke is at its highest, and AAA of Michigan is reminding parents not to leave their kids in a hot car. Spokesperson Susan Hiltz tells WSJM News such

Upton On Healthcare: Time To Move On

Congressman Fred Upton tells us it’s time to move on when it comes to healthcare reform. That’s following the U.S. Senate’s failure last week to approve legislation repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. Upton doesn’t think the chamber

Governor On Trade Mission To China

Governor Snyder begins his week in China. The Governor plans to meet with government leaders, business executives and educational leaders on the nine-day mission that includes stops in Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Hangzhou. At the same time,

LMC Faculty Job Fair Next Month

Lake Michigan College is looking for some new instructors, and it’s planning a jobs fair for next month in Allegan. LMC tells us it’s a part-time faculty job fair will be held on August 8 from 6

Tick Season Well Underway

Tick season is well underway in Michigan. Howard Rusell, an entomologist at Michigan State University, tells Michigan News Network a couple species of ticks are out right now. “This is the time of year where the most