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Bay City community unites against Alzheimer’s

Bay City community unites against Alzheimer’s

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. BAY CITY — On the morning of Saturday, Sept. 15, hundreds of Bay County residents came together through shared experiences and compassion to participate in a community event at Veterans Memorial Park, Bay City. This event, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, has the ultimate goal of raising funds for Alzheimer’s research. “It felt really good just […]

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Record sale continues to rock in Bay City

Record sale continues to rock in Bay City

The Bay City Record Convention held its second show of the year Sept. 15, 2018 at Amvets Post 22 in Essexville. (Delta Collegiate/Michael Piwowarski) By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. ESSEXVILLE — The semiannual Bay City Record Convention had its second show of the year Saturday, Sep. 15 at the Amvets Post 22 in Essexville. Vendors sold music of every genre […]

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Mike Murray on planetarium renovations

Mike Murray on planetarium renovations

By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter Mike Murray has been working with Delta College’s planetarium for several years. In light of recent renovations that have been made to the planetarium, he answered a few questions, explained what changed in the planetarium and elaborated on how it is for the better of the education system and the general community.   Q: How […]

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Record convention to host second show of year in Bay City

Record convention to host second show of year in Bay City

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. BAY CITY – Do you love music, and have an affinity for collecting records? Are there some obscure albums or collectibles that you want to knock off your wishlist? If the answer to those questions was yes, the upcoming Bay City Record Convention is your next big opportunity to grow your collection. The semiannual convention […]

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Bay City holds public meeting regarding drawbridges

Bay City holds public meeting regarding drawbridges

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. BAY CITY − While the situation with two of Bay City’s drawbridges − including the possibility of implementing tolls − remains in the air, a traffic study has been conducted in order to evaluate possible options. Independence and Liberty Bridges have been recently challenged with deteriorating conditions and a dire need for repairs. As a […]

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Festival brings chalk art to downtown Bay City

Festival brings chalk art to downtown Bay City

By Jaylie Dice, photo editor. Local artists competed at the 9th annual Chalk Walk Art Festival in historic downtown Bay City. (Delta Collegiate/Jaylie Dice) An attendance of more than 3,000 people from the Tri-Cities gathered along historic Water and 3rd street on Aug.18 to watch local artists compete at the 9th annual Chalk Walk Art Festival. Bringing recognition to the […]

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Hell’s Half Mile reveals lineup for 2018 festival

Hell’s Half Mile reveals lineup for 2018 festival

By Jaylie Dice, photo editor. Hell’s Half Mile hosts a reveal party showcasing the lineup of films and music to the public. (Delta Collegiate/Jaylie Dice) On the warm summer evening of Wednesday, Aug. 8, downtown Bay City’s Unity Park was the launching ground for Hell’s Half Mile reveal party. They gave the public a sneak peak of all the featured […]

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Retail Roundup: The anchor store struggle continues

Retail Roundup: The anchor store struggle continues

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. The Bon-Ton — which operated 267 stores in the U.S. under various brands as of Q3 2016 — announced back in April that they would liquidate and close all of their stores, including the Younkers department store chain. By the end of August, the Younkers locations at the Bay City Town Center and the Midland […]

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Collegiate Tries It: Shooting a Glock

Collegiate Tries It: Shooting a Glock

By Collegiate Staff. With the gun reform movement continuing to take hold, a few Delta Collegiate members decided to put guns into their own hands and form firsthand opinions on the Second Amendment. Duncan’s Outdoor Shop, a gun and rifle range located in Bay City, is tucked away behind an auction building on Salzburg Avenue. The Collegiate divided up into […]

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Five music festivals to f––– with this summer

Five music festivals to f––– with this summer

By Haley Gray, reporter. Music festivals are a great way to go out, meet new people and enjoy yourself with like-minded individuals, jamming out to whatever you believe kicks ass. Here’s a list of some of the best festivals coming to the mitten state this summer:     Faster Horses   Now this one is a classic in Michigan culture – […]

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