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‘Honky Tonk Time Machine’ becomes another Strait classic

‘Honky Tonk Time Machine’ becomes another Strait classic

By Ryan Reichard, Arts and Entertainment editor. George Strait is the undisputed “king of country,” having delivered consistent and transformative albums for the better part of the last forty years. In that time, he has delivered classic country hits such as: “Run,” “Living for the Night,” “Check Yes or No,” “I Can Still Make Cheyenne” and “Amarillo By Morning.” Now […]

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Career Corner: Five tips on gaining experience while in college

Career Corner: Five tips on gaining experience while in college

By Cynthia Blahnik, Career Advisor. Students often become discouraged when thinking about what to put on their resume because they haven’t done anything to gain work experience besides take classes in college. Here are some quick tips to gain that valuable experience while in school: Work-Study Whether it’s checking materials in or out of the library, preparing laboratory materials for […]

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Staff recognized for making the Delta Difference

Staff recognized for making the Delta Difference

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. BAY CITY − Delta College faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and accomplishments at an April 5 award ceremony, held at the DoubleTree in Bay City. Several staff members were awarded for their years of service at Delta. Linda Petee, Dana Jo Denney, Linda Plackowski-Witucki and Virginia Przygocki were recognized for being […]

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Collegiate staff to be recognized at board meeting

Collegiate staff to be recognized at board meeting

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER −The Delta College board of trustees will recognize numerous students for their achievements. Among those honored will be members of the Delta Collegiate staff who won statewide and national awards this year. The Collegiate staff took home 20 awards at the 2019 Michigan Community College Press Association (MCCPA) conference. On the national level, […]

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Record Store Day 2019: Things to do in the Tri-Cities

Record Store Day 2019: Things to do in the Tri-Cities

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. With thousands of independently owned record stores across the country and many music lovers who prefer stacks of wax over mp3 files, one thing is for certain: vinyl records are here to stay. Since 2008, Record Store Day has celebrated and given recognition to these record stores. Each year, they offer exclusive album releases in […]

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Top 5 for the weekend of April 5, 2019

Top 5 for the weekend of April 5, 2019

By Ryan Reichard, Arts and Entertainment editor.    Enjoy the “dog days” this weekend Are you looking to avoid the boredom that comes with the dog days of the weekend? If so, the Saginaw Valley Kennel Club is hosting a dog show from Friday, April 5 to Sunday, April 7. This event will be held at the Frankenmuth Credit Union Event […]

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Tri-City Hotspot: Governor’s Quarters lights up the nightlife of Bay City

Tri-City Hotspot: Governor’s Quarters lights up the nightlife of Bay City

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. With the spring season rolling in, going out to eat is a much more inviting prospect. For anyone looking for a good time all around, Governor’s Quarters, located in Bay City, covers all the bases. “We are Bay City’s only basement bar and original taproom,” says manager Jeff Owczarzak. Since it was bought out by new […]

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Commemorative Vietnam Wall welcomes home veterans

Commemorative Vietnam Wall welcomes home veterans

By Sam Philpot, reporter. SAGINAW – In honor of those who served in the Vietnam War, the VA Medical Center hosted the Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall ceremony Friday, March 29. “We are trying to give them the welcome home they never got,” says veteran Tara Scheuer. “I served in Desert Storm and the first person who welcomed my unit when […]

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Trump touts accomplishments, future goals at Michigan rally

Trump touts accomplishments, future goals at Michigan rally

By Kelly Winters, Multimedia Journalist. U.S. President Donald Trump came to Grand Rapids Thursday, March 28 for his first campaign rally since the end of the Mueller probe into Russian collusion. His supporters gathered from all corners of Michigan to the Van Andel Arena to rally together and celebrate his presidency. After a warm welcome from his son Donald Trump […]

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CMU professor discusses original Flint water documentary

CMU professor discusses original Flint water documentary

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER — Central Michigan University sociology professor Cedric Taylor came to Delta College Wednesday, March 27 to discuss social inequalities and lack of trust in government, both of which are issues that have stemmed from the Flint water crisis. The crisis is documented in a March 2018 film that Taylor produced called “Nor Any […]

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