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Civil rights icon John Lewis to speak in Ann Arbor about his graphic novel trilogy 'March'

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DETROIT FREE PRESS - 2017-11-24 11:00:01

Top five things to do this weekend in Ann Arbor, Nov. 24-26

ANN ARBOR - After a lovely Thanksgiving yesterday, it's safe to say we're all a bit stuffed, which is probably putting it mildly. The day after Thanksgiving usually means shopping deals and an abundance of Christmas music. Full disclosure: we fully admit to partaking in both. Whether you're in the h

CLICKONDETROIT.COM - 2017-11-23 22:00:45

It's all about the bird today.

Okay ... I'll concede that family and friends breaking bread together is important too, but, it seems like that lip-smacking turkey does take center stage, doesn't it? How did your Thanksgiving Day go - did you gobble 'til you wobbled? Time for a long walk then if you did! Hopefully, the clan of fa

PATCH - 2017-11-23 21:21:57

Federal officials say fatal shooting at Inkster gas station exposes violent drug ring

INKSTER, Mich. - Police initially said a robbery sparked a shooting at an Inkster gas station, but the Local 4 Defenders have learned there wasn't much of a robbery at all. Federal officials said it was a drug deal gone wrong that sparked the shooting on Inkster Road and Avondale Avenue, and it exp


Man who abducted Hines Park jogger, tried to rape her, faces 16-35 years in prison

Floyd Galloway's name has also been connected to Danielle Stislicki's disappearance, though he has not been criminally charged in that case. A man accused of abducting a jogger and attempting to rape her in Hines Park last summer reversed course Tuesday, opting to take a plea deal he previously reje


Waste Management asks VBT to vote on expansion of landfill

Van Buren Township Supervisor Kevin McNamara said Waste Management contacted him recently and asked for a township board vote on the expansion of the Woodland Meadows landfill on the northeastern corner of the township. Supervisor McNamara said on Friday that Waste Management told him they needed


Sumpter marijuana committee to meet on Dec. 6, Jan. 3

A Sumpter Township committee - appointed to determine the facts of the new state medical marijuana law that legally provides for cultivation, dispensaries, secure transportation, and compliance facilities - continues to meet. The next meetings are scheduled at the township hall on Dec. 6 and Jan.


Sumpter Township honors employees at Oct. 24 meeting

At its Oct. 24 meeting, the Sumpter Township Board of Trustees honored Johnny Krushlin for 30 years of service in the township Water Department, as well as 32 years as a fire fighter. The board also honored James Cayce for 20 years of service in the police department and the following fire fighter


Climate change has become our 'enemy' | Letter

EDITOR: We feel, with other citizens, the horror of recent weather events: the destructive power of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and catastrophic wildfires in the western United States. All of these have resulted in excessive property damage and great personal suffering. It is plain from solid

WAUSAU DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-23 14:18:03

Lincoln County Petsaver: Homeless turtle

MERRILL (WAOW) - A Red Eared Slider is our featured Petsaver for Wednesday. The turtle is available for adoption at the Lincoln County Humane Society in Merrill. Shelter workers say the adoption fee for the unnamed turtle is $40. For more information about the animal and the care it requires you can

WAOW - 2017-11-22 22:06:00

Early lung cancer screening saves lives

When it comes to smoking, the good news is that strategies used to reduce the rate of smoking are working. The bad news is that clinicians will continue to see the health ramifications 20 to 40 years after people quit. Craig Zastrow, NP, APNP, a family medicine nurse practitioner with Ascension Medi


'Make your Dollars Count' - Understanding investments and retirement

"Understanding Investments & Retirement," the next in the series on understanding and managing your money will be held in the Community Room of T.B. Scott Free Library, 106 W. 1st St., Merrill, on Tuesday evening, Dec. 5, at 6 p.m. You've spent a lifetime working hard and helping others. But when yo


Photographer hosts 8th annual Portraits with Santa event

Photography by Tina in Merrill will host professional portraits with Santa Claus for the eighth consecutive year. Photographer, Tina L. Scott, has been in contact with the North Pole to confirm Santa's visit to her studio on Sunday, Dec. 3. "Every child who believes deserves a special remembrance wi


Lights of Tejas returns for holiday cheer this weekend

Lights of Tejas will take place over 20 magical nights, beginning Friday, Nov. 24 through Dec. 29, at Tejas Camp and Retreat Center in Giddings. With more than one million lights, Lights of Tejas features a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities, Christmas crafts, several dining options, an i


Carmine News: Ledbetter Lane of Lights opens Friday

Round Top-Carmine varsity girls basketball team hosts Thrall Nov. 28 at 5 p.m. JV and varsity boys play at Shiner St. Paul the same day also at 5 p.m. Girls will participate in the Brazos tournament, while the boys will be in the RT-C tournament Nov. 30-Dec. 2. Jr. High boys and girls play at Prairi

BRENHAM BANNER-PRESS - 2017-11-22 14:55:00

Round Top News: Chamber hosting first-ever lighted Christmas parade

The first Saturday of December is always a special day in Round Top. It is when the whole town comes together to celebrate the start of the Christmas Season and this year it is on Saturday, Dec. 2. Events of the day include Christmas music by the Round Top Brass Band, the DYD club providing Christma


Trail of Lights Returns Next Week at Monument Hill

The first Christmas Trail of Lights of the season starts Saturday, December 2 at Monument Hill State Park in La Grange. The lighted trail begins with a brand new feature, a "snowflake tunnel," then winds through brightly sparkling displays in the Park to the historic Kreische House built in 1855. Th

FAYETTECOUNTYRECORD.COM - 2017-11-22 18:58:10

Fighter Pilot Dick Peck Takes Honor Flight to Washington D.C.

For over a year, local veteran John D. Marburger had been "bugging" Dick Peck, a highly decorated Vietnam War fighter pilot, to apply for one of the "Honor Flights" for veterans to Washington D.C. Peck finally said "yes" and returned from the experience on Veterans Day. "The trip was really fabulous

FAYETTECOUNTYRECORD.COM - 2017-11-22 18:54:34

FEMA Briefs Governor, Vice President on Hurricane Recovery Efforts

AUSTIN - Gov. Greg Abbott and Vice President Mike Pence on Nov. 15 received a briefing on Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts at the Federal Emergency Management Agency Joint Field Office in the capital city. Pence, in town for the Republican Governors Association conference, joined Abbott, FEMA Admin

FAYETTECOUNTYRECORD.COM - 2017-11-22 18:33:11

Fans flock to stores for game gear, more

Red and blue are the official colors of West Wharton County this week as the area's two high schools prepare for round two of football playoffs. For some stores, the excitement over the El Campo Ricebirds' Friday game against Kilgore and the Louise Hornets' match up with the Burton Panthers has mean