Monthly Archives: June 2015

Gardening 101 – What’s bugging you?

So the plants are in … what’s next? If you are a new or seasoned gardener…this year could be different than all others. We have had wet, cold, wet and now hot weather. This can only encourage diseases and insects … Continue reading

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Macomb County schools finish a successful year

  The 21 school districts in Macomb County servicing over 130,000 students (K-12) have completed another successful year. Over 10,000 students graduated from high school in June and 90 percent will be attending post-secondary institutions of learning with the remaining … Continue reading

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Harley Fest revs in to Freedom Hill

Wolverine Harley-Davidson’s Harley Fest is a big party/gathering of everybody and everything Harley-Davidson, and it’s FREE. There will be live music, food and venders all day. Last year, approximately 10,000 people attended the one-day event. It is truly the biggest … Continue reading

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Macomb at Mackinac

Four days of policy, progress and fudge Each spring as the state of Michigan shakes off the last of the winter chill, thousands of leaders from the public and private sector make the pilgrimage to an island known for its … Continue reading

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Macomb County welcomes three male Peregrine Falcons to its nest

 The three Peregrine Falcon chicks were huddled together in the nest site waiting for their parents to deliver a meal when we arrived on the 11th floor of the Macomb County Building in Mount Clemens. The room on the 11th … Continue reading

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