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Schmidt Bill To Promote Native American Heritage Approved By Senate

LANSING, Mich. — The state Senate unanimously approved legislation on Tuesday to recognize with official signage places throughout the state that are significant to the history of Native Americans, including along trails that served as a foundation for many state roadways. Numerous trails, including the Grand River Trail between Detroit and Grand Rapids; the trail […]

Interested in stamps, coins or precious metals? Place your bid for unclaimed property this weekend

Stamps, coins, fine jewelry and other precious metals will go up for bid this weekend, as properties transferred to State custody over the last couple of years are auctioned to the highest bidders. Under Michigan’s Uniform Unclaimed Property Act, Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Division receives abandoned safe deposit box contents and works to return items to […]

Marine Corps Birthday Celebration – November 10th

MARQUETTE, MI – The Lake Superior Detachment 764 of the Marine Corps League are celebrating the 238th Birthday of the Marine Corps. The celebration is to be held at Vango’s Restaurant in Marquette beginning at 6pm on Sunday, NOV 10th. All Marines and FMF Corpsmen as well as other military veterans are invited to attend. […]

Capitol Walkway Named in Honor of Frank Kelley, Michigan’s Longest-Serving Attorney General

LANSING, MI — The longest-serving attorney general in the nation, Frank J. Kelley, Michigan’s 50th attorney general, was honored at a ceremony Wednesday when the walkway from the state Capitol building to the Michigan Hall of Justice was officially named the “Frank J. Kelley Capitol Walkway.” “I am extremely honored and humbled to receive this […]

New Business Expansions, Community Improvement Projects Win State Approval

LANSING, MI – The Michigan Economic Development Corporation today announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of state incentives to four business expansions and three community improvement projects across the state that are expected to generate $72 million in new investments and add 868 new jobs in Michigan. “Today’s business expansions and community improvements offer strong evidence […]

Michigander Goes to Washington with Campaign to Fix the Debt

Kentwood Mayor Richard Clanton Visits Capital to Meet with Representatives, Discusses Debt WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, Kentwood Mayor Richard Clanton and representing the Michigan Chapter of the Campaign to Fix the Debt went to Capitol Hill to discuss the importance of confronting our unsustainable national debt. In meetings with the offices of Michigan Delegation, Mayor […]

Gov. Snyder: “New Legislature Will Better Prepare Michigan Students to ‘Compete'”

LANSING, MI — Gov. Rick Snyder issued the following statement today after the state Senate approved a resolution supporting the Common Core Standards. “Michigan students will be better prepared to compete for jobs in our state and beyond as our partners in the Legislature took another key step to support the Common Core Standards. “There […]

Rep. Jim Townsend to Host Health Care Town Hall

ROYAL OAK – State Representative Jim Townsend (D-Royal Oak) will hold a town hall meeting to discuss health care policy in the state of Michigan, including the implementation of the federal Affordable Care Act, the expansion of Medicaid, and how to use the federal health care exchanges. Representatives from Know Your Care and Enroll America […]

State-Owned Property on Bois Blanc Island Available at Auction Starting Today, Oct. 23

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering more than 100 parcels of state-owned land on Bois Blanc Island, Mackinac County, for sale by sealed-bid auction. The auction begins today, Oct. 23, and will run through Nov. 20, 2013. This is the first time the state has offered these island properties. Details about each property are available […]

Snyder Appoints & Reappoints to Michigan Offices

LANSING, MI – Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the appointment of Scott Gilman, of Kentwood, to the state Autism Council. Gilman will serve the remainder of a four-year term expiring Sept. 30, 2015, and his appointment is not subject to the advice and consent of the state Senate. The 12-member council was created in 2012 […]

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