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Faces in the Crowd: Robin and Mike Kruskamp

Faces in the Crowd: Robin and Mike Kruskamp

  By Gene Bodnar Correspondent I stopped in Clarabella Flowers located at 1395 N. McEwan, introduced myself to the owner, Robin Kruskamp, and asked her for an interview.  She agreed.…

Pop up show features South Africa

Pop up show features South Africa

The locals in Zimbabwe refer to Victoria Falls as the “smoke that thunders”. A Touring Pop-Up Art Show by artist Sandra Doherty began at the 515 Art Gallery for one…

Surrey FD receives $5700 donation

Surrey FD receives  $5700 donation

The Surrey Township Fire Department acknowledges TransCanada for their generous donation. Surrey Fire received a grant for $5,780.00 towards the purchase of four new Thermal Imaging Camera masks. These masks…

12U girl’s crowned champions

12U girl’s crowned champions

Pictured left to right: back row Addie McMillan, Lyndsie Lemke, Kaylee Motley, Madison Jones, Morgan Campbell, Sophia McKinney, Alissa Brandon. front row: McKayla Methner, Savannah Buzzelli, Tessa Kelly On June…

Bowling teams cap off successful season

The Mid Michigan College Men’s and Women’s Bowling Teams recently capped off successful seasons with a trip to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Tournament in March. The…

Can Plant-Derived Vaccines Exist? Understanding The Future Of Vaccinations

Can Plant-Derived Vaccines Exist? Understanding The Future Of Vaccinations

There are a great many deadly diseases in the world, from cholera, dysentery, typhoid, and polio to measles, tuberculosis, and tetanus. While not all of these can be vaccinated against,…