Trick Or Treating Is Allowed – Sort Of
The Whitmer administration in Lansing, to the surprise of many, is not ordering a halt to Halloween trick or treating this year. The state Health and Human Services Department believes there are safe ways for kids and parents to have fun but still stay safe...
Reopening WMU College Of Aviation
The campus and flight operations at the Battle Creek airport were shut down Friday after 6 people connected to the program tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.
Battle Creek’s Blue Moon Fitness Throws In The Towel
Joel Potter contends the virus closing orders from Governor Gretchen Whitmer make no sense. Potter says physical fitness and all that goes with that are essential factors to life.
Firekeepers Celebrates New Additions
The topping-off ceremony for the second hotel tower at Firekeepers preceded the opening of the casino’s new sportsbook, Dacey’s Sportsbook.
Rural Internet Connections In SW MI Get A Boost
The two projects will bring modern broadband service to nearly 20,000 residents.
Virtual Food Drive Underway To Help Seniors
Donations will help the group provide boxes of food to seniors in need throughout Michigan. Each box of food has enough food for at least 22 meals. A donation of $28 covers the cost of one box.
Overloaded Michigan Unemployment Online System Crashes
Unemployed workers in Michigan were going to the state’s website yesterday in big numbers to get registered. No one knows exactly how many were jammed in, but it was enough to crash the system at mid-day.
The Detroit Auto Show Is Canceled
Over the weekend, organizers got word that the Federal Emergency Management Agency picked the TCF Center to house overflow patients from Detroit area hospitals that are becoming overwhelmed with virus patients.
What’s All The Racket Around Battle Creek?
A series of big booms or explosions in the area yesterday late morning into the early afternoon. Social media lit up with comments and questions.
Under the “Stay Home – Stay Safe” Order, You May Still Get Out
You can enjoy outdoor activities, including walking, hiking, running, cycling or any other recreational activity consistent with remaining at least six feet from people.