SBAM hosts disability hiring workshop in October

The Small Business Association of Michigan will conduct a one-day training seminar this fall to help businesses proactively hire people with disabilities. The MI Hidden Talent Workshop will take place Oct. 28 at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in East Lansing. The free seminar will provide resources, strategies and best practices for hiring and […]

Veteran to Keynote Treatment Courts Foundation Event

It’s been said that every journey begins with a single step. However, when that journey is one of recovery from a mental or substance abuse disorder, that first step on will be a daunting and uphill climb, which can seem insurmountable. September is National Recovery Month. The commemoration, sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental […]

The Business of Food Safety

For many, the most top-of-mind issue when going out to eat is how the food tastes. Unless something goes especially awry during the experience, it’s rare to consider what was taking place in the preparation of the meal­ – kind of like the old saying typically attributed to Otto von Bismarck about laws and sausages. […]

Deadline Approaches for ATHENA Nominations

A warrior and protector known for her fierce determination, wisdom and enlightenment, the goddess Athena was deservedly revered and celebrated in ancient Greece. Closer to home and closer to now, mid-Michigan pays honor each year to area residents who embody those leadership traits with the annual ATHENA Award. The deadline is quickly approaching, but the […]

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 […]

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