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The Ohio Automotive Industry Taking on Some Big Changes

The Ohio Automotive Industry Taking on Some Big Changes

Ohio’s car industry is changing. The Buckeye state’s composites industry is getting some much-needed revenue invested towards research. The state’s goal is to potentially build lighter cars that can run…

Death Can Be Weird

Death Can Be Weird

The hot and sticky days of summer have provided us with a series of bizarre deaths. For instance a 23-year-old worker in Saugatuck, Michigan reportedly drowned in a tank of…

All the reasons I love the season

All the reasons I love the season

Labor Day Weekend is only one week away. You know what that means…summer is coming to an end. Oh I know the calendar says the season doesn’t end until September…

Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet

Dopey Pet #214D16 is a pitbull surrendered by his owners. He came in with the name Dopey and seems to know that name so we are letting him keep it…

Robot Surfing the Waves of Lake Michigan in Hopes to Save Fish Population

Robot Surfing the Waves of Lake Michigan in Hopes to Save Fish Population

There are more than 16,000 public and privately owned campgrounds nationwide. If you happen to be camping on one of these in Lake Michigan this summer, don’t be surprised to…

Officials Scramble to Ensure There is Enough Energy In Michigan, But Trump Blames Clinton

Officials Scramble to Ensure There is Enough Energy In Michigan, But Trump Blames Clinton

There is an energy crisis in Michigan. The Michigan Agency for Energy is taking lengths to ensure a state-wide blackout isn’t in the future. Their first plan of action is…

Without readers my life is a nightmare

Without readers my life is a nightmare

Have you given much thought to what is your most valuable personal possession? I often think it’s my laptop computer, or more recently, my cell phone. I can’t imagine a…

The ‘Dog Days’ of summer are here once again

The ‘Dog Days’ of summer are here once again

The “Dog Days” of summer were named because it was the hottest time of year, the time when dogs were most likely to contract hydrophobia (rabies). We have been experiencing…

Parents who host, lose the most

Parents who host, lose the most

By Goldie Wood, Prevention & Outreach Manager, Ten 16 Recovery Network Back to School and Drug Education Back to school time means many different things to parents. Buying school supplies,…

An Ancient Prescription for Good Health

An Ancient Prescription for Good Health

In his book, “There’s a Lot More to Health than not being Sick,” Bruce Larsen tells about a friend who he says is one of the happiest people he knows. …