Career and Opportunity Fair Planned For August 23
Low Inventory Slows Housing Market
Red Arrow Highway Work Starts Monday
Friends Of Berrien County Trails Working On Trails Master Plan
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Curious Kids And City Working Together On Possible Building Improvements
Lieutenant Governor Promotes Michigan Reconnect Program

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RSS Blog: Letters From An American

  • August 13, 2022
    Since it seems clear we will be deciding whether we want to preserve the Social Security Act by our choice of leaders in the next few elections, I thought it not unreasonable to reprint this piece from last year about why people in the 1930s thought the measure was imperative. There is more news about […]
    Heather Cox Richardson
  • August 12, 2022
    Today, the House of Representatives passed the Inflation Reduction Act, a sweeping bill that will invest more than $430 billion in climate change and extended subsidies for the Affordable Care Act. It will raise about $737 billion over the next ten years by allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices, adequately staffing the Internal Revenue Service […]
    Heather Cox Richardson
  • August 11, 2022
    Since Monday’s search of former president Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property by the FBI, Trump, Trump supporters, and right-wing media have all been accusing the government of executing a political vendetta and speculating that FBI agents might have planted evidence on the property.
    Heather Cox Richardson