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Here’s the tea on Midland’s newest hot spot

Here’s the tea on Midland’s newest hot spot

By Maddison Godi, reporter. If you are looking for a new, modern hangout, the Grove Tea Lounge located in Midland is now open for business. On February 7, 2019, Grove Tea opened its doors to the public, blessing the Midland community with their own twist. This quick stop eatery could be described as a mix between Live Oak Coffeehouse and […]

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Top 5 for the weekend of February 8, 2019

Top 5 for the weekend of February 8, 2019

By Ryan Reichard, reporter. 1. Gryffindors, Hufflepuffs, Slytherins and Ravenclaws unite From Feb. 7 to Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m., bring your wands to the Midland Center for the Arts to celebrate this hilarious parody of Harry Potter. “Potted Potter — The Unauthorized Harry Experience — A Parody by Dan and Jeff” tells the complete story of the boy with […]

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Professor reports execution events in 1937 connect to present

Professor reports execution events in 1937 connect to present

By Maddison Godi, reporter On Wednesday, Jan. 23, history buffs gathered in Room N007 for a Brown Bag presentation from John Mulloy, adjunct instructor in history at Delta College. Mulloy delivered the history of the Midland bank robbery and how the events of that day show the repetition of history. The discussion began with the social calendar at the time […]

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Top 5 for the weekend of Feb. 1

Top 5 for the weekend of Feb. 1

By Ryan Reichard, reporter. 1. Experience creativity with the Saginaw Valley Cardinals The new Creative Cardinals exhibition at the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum features art works from Saginaw Valley State University’s own staff and students. Their eclectic artwork will be featured through several unique mediums including: glass, photography, quilting, bonsai and new media. Opening reception is Jan. 31, from […]

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Retail Roundup: Midland celebrates Small Business Saturday

Retail Roundup: Midland celebrates Small Business Saturday

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor MIDLAND — Small Business Saturday — occurring the day after Black Friday — continues to encourage shoppers across the United States to shop at brick-and-mortar businesses that are locally owned and operated. This is in contrast to Black Friday, which focuses more on big box retail outlets, and Cyber Monday, which is largely celebrated by […]

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Midland celebrates fall season

Midland celebrates fall season

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter On Saturday, Oct. 13, downtown Midland burst with the vibrant oranges and yellows that cement autumn in our minds as the annual Festifall kicked off along E Main street. Starting at 4 p.m., the festival began with tons of children’s activities, ranging from rolling pumpkins, to building your own scarecrow, to spending time in a bouncy […]

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Faithful fanatics of popular TV series  “The Office” gather to partake in themed trivia night.

Faithful fanatics of popular TV series “The Office” gather to partake in themed trivia night.

By Kelly Winter, multimedia reporter. MIDLAND — Thursday night, Oct. 11, fans of the American version of “The Office” traveled far and wide to partake in a “The Office”-themed trivia night hosted by Aaron and Renee Deckrow, owners of the Live Oak coffee house. The night consisted of two rounds of trivia, constituting 53 mind-racking questions each. In addition to […]

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Whiting Forest’s $20 million rework

Whiting Forest’s $20 million rework

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. MIDLAND – Whiting Forest underwent sweeping renovations in the past year, with funding from the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation. The weekend of Oct. 12 let the public finally bear witness to the fruit that the $20 million project bore. Complete with a new public area that includes a cafe, a new visitor’s center, […]

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Dual enrollment discussed at board meeting

Dual enrollment discussed at board meeting

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief With multiple items on the Board of Trustees meeting for this month, numerous Delta staff members congregated to address the current state of the college Tuesday, Oct. 2. An issue that continues to remain prevalent within Delta College is decreasing enrollment rates, bringing into question what the future is going to look like on campus. While […]

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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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