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Michigan’s Rise In Lyme Disease Linked To Increased Tick Populations

Michigan’s Rise In Lyme Disease Linked To Increased Tick Populations

Rising cases of Lyme Disease in Michigan are likely due to increasing tick populations across the state, according to a recent study. The report, published in Open Forum Infectious Diseases,…

Michigan Drivers Are Among Nation’s Safest, Yet Still Have Sky-High Auto Insurance Rates

Michigan Drivers Are Among Nation’s Safest, Yet Still Have Sky-High Auto Insurance Rates

Americans drive around 29.2 miles per day, on average, but not all drivers manage to navigate safely while on the road. After factoring in car accidents, DUI arrests, speeding tickets,…

MSU Women’s Soccer Player Joins U23 National Team

MSU Women’s Soccer Player Joins U23 National Team

A Michigan State soccer player is kicking it with the U23 Women’s National Team until the end of this week. Lansing State Journal reports that sophomore defender Alexis Warner is…

‘Moana’ shows parents helicopter parenting doesn’t help

‘Moana’  shows  parents helicopter parenting doesn’t help

The Clare County Communities That Cares Coalition sponsored Disney’s “Moana” movie Monday night. There were 138 parents and children that attended. The movie provides a huge lesson for moms and…

Volunteers and Nonprofits Awarded at Ceremony

Volunteers and Nonprofits Awarded at Ceremony

Just recently, Mid Michigan Community Action celebrated its 50th annual award ceremony. Over 200 people, including the likes of staff, individuals representing businesses, and local officials, joined in to celebrate…

Former Michigan Tech President’s Residence is New Sustainability Demonstration Home

Former Michigan Tech President’s Residence is New Sustainability Demonstration Home

The former Michigan Tech University President’s residence is about to be transformed. Students with the Michigan Tech Alternative Energy Enterprise team are remodeling the entire house and turning it into…

Michigan Home Permits Hit a 10-Year High, But It’s Not All Good News

Michigan Home Permits Hit a 10-Year High, But It’s Not All Good News

Michigan is building itself back up after the recession, but it may not be completely smooth sailing. Over 98% of all privately-owned residential buildings are constructed in permit-issuing locations, and…

In celebration of Parenting Awareness Month

In celebration of Parenting Awareness Month

By Goldie Wood, Prevention & Outreach Manager, Ten 16 Recovery Network The Clare Communities that Care Coalition has planned a free Family Movie Night for March 27th. Due to the…

Possible Sedative Contamination in Pet Food Prompts Recall

Possible Sedative Contamination in Pet Food Prompts Recall

Every year, one in every six Americans becomes ill after consuming contaminated foods or beverages. While humans can easily describe the symptoms they experience and seek out treatment on their…

New Law Requires Alaska Courts to Assign Custody for Pets

New Law Requires Alaska Courts to Assign Custody for Pets

While 11% of child custody cases are decided during mediation sessions with a lawyer, there isn’t much in the law about who gets custody of animals. In Alaska, however, divorce…

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