Back to School Fashion

By Melissa DavisIt’s that time of year again; summer activities are wrapping up, and the back to school signs have appeared in stores. You can’t turn a corner without something reminding you to get the kids ready with new clothes, accessories and ...
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Holy Cross Services

Driving down Old Lake Lansing Road, you’ll see a new building located near the Westside YMCA. Marked with beautiful flowers out front and a simple sign, the new Holy Cross Women’s Substance Abuse Shelter is a symbol of hope and starting over for women ...
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August 2015 Good News

LifeTech Academy Announces Four New PartnershipsLifeTech Academy, a Lansing-based, blended-model cyber public charter school, announced today that it has formed four new strategic partnerships with Greater Lansing businesses and nonprofit organizations ...
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Caring and Carnivals

Carnivals of all kinds can be fun, but when the proceeds go to a deserving family, they serve a purpose worthy of praise. High school graduate and 9-12th grade Y-PIF award winner Rachel Muzenberger is worthy of just that.Muzenberger and her friends joined ...
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“Monogamy is not realistic.”These four words set the tone for Amy Schumer’s hilarious new movie, “Trainwreck.” When the movie opens, we meet Amy (Amy Schumer), a woman living in New York City who works for a men’s magazine and enjoys an uninhibited ...
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No Bake Trail Mix Bars

By Cathy BlatnikIngredients1 cup light brown sugar 1/2 cup unsalted butter 1/4 cup honey 1/4 cup agave nectar 1 cup smooth peanut butter 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 1/2 cups quick oats 2 cups crisp rice cereal 1/3 cup dried cranberries 1 cup milk chocolate ...
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Events for July 2015

EventsJuly 4 — Mason 150 Summer Celebration, Mason. Join Mason for their 150 Summer Celebration. Start your day by attending the Country Seat Old Car Club Car Show at the Courthouse Square from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Later, beginning at 7:30 p.m., enjoy the ...
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Fighting for Equal Rights

Women have been fighting to be seen as equal to men in the eyes of the law since the beginning of the Women’s Rights Movement in the 1800s. Because of women like Susan B. Anthony, Alice Paul and other early feminists who fought relentlessly for the ...
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Happily Ever After

Editor’s Note: Welcome to a special series from the Sutterlin Family. This month, the family wraps up their account of their experience hosting a German high school exchange student. Enjoy!From The SutterlinsAt some point in most people’s lives, a ...
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