EPA Says Two Lysol Products Kill COVID-19
Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Lysol’s Disinfectant Max Cover Mist are the first to win government approval as effective against SARS-COV-2, the root virus that creates COVID-19.
Will You Accept Being Microchipped?
Hudsonville Attorney Katherine Henry says the questionable provisions aren’t necessarily hidden in the wording of the legislation. She says they are clearly stated. Henry says if a company gets a court order, the legislation allows the company to require employees to submit to microchipping f…
Battle Creek’s Blue Moon Fitness Throws In The Towel
Joel Potter contends the virus closing orders from Governor Gretchen Whitmer make no sense. Potter says physical fitness and all that goes with that are essential factors to life.
Firekeepers Celebrates New Additions
The topping-off ceremony for the second hotel tower at Firekeepers preceded the opening of the casino’s new sportsbook, Dacey’s Sportsbook.
Long Lines At Bottle Return Sites
Small retailers who don’t have automated systems are facing the biggest task since many must rely on staff to personally count and sort returns.
Get Ready To Stand In Line returning Bottles And Cans
One of the most recent Executive Orders from Governor Gretchen Whitmer allows retailers to begin processing bottle deposits again.
Battle Creek Police Chief Addresses George Floyd Killing
The nine minutes is inexplicable, and so is the lack of response from the officers present. I am disgusted, and these actions at the Battle Creek Police Department would be unacceptable.
Another Recreational Marijuana Shop In Battle Creek Area
Michigan Supply and Provisions is opening a store along “B” Drive, just off M-66 near the I-94 interchange in Emmett Township.
Police Again Forced To Use Tear Gas in Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo’s downtown smelled of tear gas again last night. But violent rioting that swept across the central city Monday night was not repeated last night.
Devastating Flooding Hits East Central Michigan
Thousands of people on the northwest side of the City of Midland, and then to the northwest along the Titabawasee River are ordered to evacuate and get to high ground.