Potters Guild Celebrates 50 Years

  Potters Guild Celebrates 50 Years with an Open House October 5 By Barb Hranilovich The Greater Lansing Potter’s Guild celebrates 50 years with an open house on Saturday, October 5 from noon–4pm in Haslett. Surviving and thriving at 50 years is a major feat for a coop-based organization. Many coops have formed and failed. […]

National Wine Retailers Call on Lawmakers to Fix Flawed Shipping Law

Michigan wine association contends out-of-state alcohol is unregulated The National Association of Wine Retailers have again called on Michigan lawmakers to lift a ban on out-of-state wine shipments, noting a federal judge deemed the prohibition to be unconstitutional. The decision against the ban was issued a year ago by U.S. District Judge Arthur Tarnow, who […]

How to Weather the Projected Economic Downturn

Business owners and households can take action now to deflect financial damage It seems every time you turn on the news someone is talking about the “R” word. While most agree an economic slowdown is possible in the near future, not all talking heads are calling it a recession. The very definition of a recession […]

Officers From Michigan Serve Together on USS Blue Ridge

Seven find camaraderie far from home on the South China Sea Michigan is well represented on the USS Blue Ridge, the flagship of the U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet. Seven Navy and Marine officers from the Great Lakes State are serving on the command and control ship, which boasts a crew of 52 officers and 790 […]

Avast Ye! Give No Quarter on Talk Like a Pirate Day

How a racquetball game turned into an international day of slang In case it is not marked prominently – in red letters – on your calendar, Sept. 19 is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. The idea was formulated on a racquetball court on June 6, 1995. John Baur and Mark Summers of Albany, Oregon, […]

Going PRO!

Michigan’s had a complicated relationship with manufacturing jobs for a long time now. Unemployment in Michigan is at a 20-year low, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and employment in manufacturing is on the rise, yet some scars still remain from the most recent economic recession. Still, manufacturing continues to be a cornerstone of […]

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