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Marshall To Get 400 Medical Weed Jobs As Grower Sets Up HQ
Michigan Pure Med has a plan to build a growing and processing center, that will also serve as the HQ for their Michigan operations.
Plan To Remove Battle Creek’s Stained Glass Seal Moving Forward
The window features the Battle Creek City Seal, which shows a white surveyor about to club a Native American with the butt of his rifle; the City seal has been almost entirely phased out of use, with its only remaining place of prominence being the stained glass, located on a third-floor stairwell n…
Battle Creek’s Deteriorating Toys R Us Could Be Getting New Life
A resolution will be introduced on the zoning of the building on Beckley Rd, in order to allow a U-Haul moving and self storage facility for use on the land.
Millage Accidentally Left Off Ballot For Some In Jackson County
Out of 5,064 registered voters in the district for Michigan Center Schools, 697 ballots didn’t have the proposal for the renewal of an 18-mill non homestead operating millage.
Parchment Agrees To Use Kalamazoo Water For One Year
The Kalamazoo City Commission and Parchment City Commission have both now voted to approve providing Parchment’s residents with Kalamazoo water.
Local Vet, State Warn Of Increase In Canine Influenza In Michigan
On 95.3 WBCK's Animal Talk show on Saturday, July 28, Dr. Ron VanRyswyk of the Dickman Road Veterinary Clinic in Battle Creek warned about the rise in dog flu in the Grand Rapids and Detroit areas.
Rep. Upton Calls For ANG Base PFAS Test Results To Be Released
Upton calls it “utterly unacceptable and irresponsible” that the data hasn’t been released, since this on-base contamination could affect those near the base as well.
One Hurt, 150 Gallons of Asphalt Spilled Near Albion In Crash
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office says that around 4:51pm Tuesday, the work truck had been heading Westbound in the 25,000 block of W. Michigan Ave. in Sheridan Township when it lost control and rolled onto the edge of the railroad tracks.
PFAS Contamination From Battle Creek ANG Focus Of Monday Meeting
At the meeting, environmental and health officials said that further testing was being conducted on residential water wells near the base, after two homes north of the base were found to have PFAS levels above the EPA health advisory level.
One Of These Ten Could Be The Next Battle Creek City Commissioner
Ten people submitted their applications to be considered for the position, and those ten will give a brief statement before the commission on why they should be chosen. Click through to see the complete list.