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When money gets tight

I recently had an “emergency meeting” scheduled at one of the online universities I work for. This took place on April 1st, that had me suspicious and on one hand I thought, “how fun, a place of employment that likes to joke and have fun”, and on the other hand, “oh crap we are ...

Column: Children deserve to learn love, respect

Been watching television and listening to the news, and yes, it gets depressing. The item that caught my attention was the mother and father of the Michigan school shooter both will spend between 10 to 15 years in prison, for buying the gun that the student used to kill fellow students in his ...

Ahmeek manufacturer aims to be good neighbors

My name is Matt Kero. I’m the Director of Engineering & Manufacturing at Neuvokas, a local company, otherwise known by the product that we make…GatorBar. We manufacture GatorBar within a revitalized and repurposed industrial building, what used to be the machine shop for the Number 6 ...

Do your part to be active this spring

Nearly a quarter of Michiganders are not physically active during their leisure time. This is very concerning as low levels of physical activity and a sedentary lifestyle increase the risk for many health conditions such as heart disease, cancer, obesity and depression as well as pre-mature ...

Column: Live in Christianity for all the right reasons

Our current culture is in flux. We are leaving the old ways and trying new ones. The entire world of communication has reworked relationships in many instances. I wonder as I look out on the global culture growing and demanding our recognition. One of the many reported changes I have read ...

Column: A celebration of Jesus’ ultimate sacrifice

Easter is the feast of extraordinary love. This Sunday, Christians will celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, the greatest of celebrations for the Christian Church. Why? Often, we hear that Jesus rose from the dead and defeated death. Yes, this is the truth and an important truth. ...