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Sanders Expanding Campaign Operations In Michigan

From the Associated Press — Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is expanding his campaign’s operations in Michigan three weeks before the state’s Democratic primary. Sanders, who narrowly won Michigan over Hillary Clinton in 2016, announced Tuesday the

RESA To Welcome New Superintendent

Lapeer Community Schools Superintendent Matthew Wandrie will be the next superintendent of Berrien RESA. The RESA Board of Education picked Wandrie for the job this past week following its interviews with the final two superintendent candidates. The

Chase Ends In Crash Near Hartford

A Detroit woman is in critical condition after a chase with police that ended in a crash on Saturday morning. The Van Buren County Sheriff’s Department says a report came in around 8:45 that police in Berrien

Attorney General Working To Fight Robocalls

There has been plenty of interest in Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s new Robocall Crackdown Team. Nessel’s office says since the outfit was created in November, more than 1,700 people have signed up for it. During that

Upton Backing Recreational Harbor Bill

Congressman Fred Upton is pushing legislation to help ensure the Army Corps of Engineers gives consideration to recreational harbor maintenance projects when it conducts cost-benefit analysis procedures each year. Upton says the Safer Harbors for Our Recreational

Free Fishing Weekend In Michigan

It’s a free fishing weekend in Michigan. That means you don’t have to buy a license Saturday, Sunday, or Monday. “In southern Michigan, mid-Lower Peninsula down, we’re still fishing but we have a lot of open water

MSU President Addresses Hanging Doll Controversy

Michigan State University president Samuel Stanley is working to reassure minorities on campus. “To the African-American community at Michigan State, and particularly the students, for whom this incident has reinforced their anxiety, fear, or sense of isolation