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Students need later hours

Students need later hours

By Maddison Godi, reporter SAGINAW— Students are searching for late hours in the Tri-Cities. For local Delta College student Helen Brooks she finds most of her available time in the evening, “I usually do all my homework past 9 p.m. because I do not get out of class till 9 p.m.” Having a busy workday surrounded by classes does not […]

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[The Green Mile] Light up! Bay City welcomes recreational marijuana

[The Green Mile] Light up! Bay City welcomes recreational marijuana

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. BAY CITY – As Michigan residents are now able to purchase recreational marijuana as of Sunday, Dec. 1, Bay City has established its ordinance just weeks ahead, in an effort to catch up with Ann Arbor. On Wednesday, Nov. 13, the state Marijuana Regulatory Agency announced that existing businesses with medical licenses that are also pursuing […]

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Baldwin’s offers delicious change in Buena Vista

Baldwin’s offers delicious change in Buena Vista

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. SAGINAW – The cowboy sign is now a pig-boy. Baldwin’s Smokehouse Barbeque is now open inside the former Texan restaurant in Buena Vista Township, on 3316 East Holland Rd. Couple Roy and Evelyn Baldwin, pastors at New Beginnings Deliverance Ministries in Saginaw, founded the restaurant to fill a void in the community. “We tried to open […]

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Top 5 pre-Thanksgiving events to be thankful for

by Colton Carrier, Reporter Happy Holidaze! In the tradition of Cirque du Soleil, Broadway director Neil Goldberg has assembled 20 Cirque acts from around the world to amaze audiences nationwide. Celebrating Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas and New Year’s, Cirque Dreams: Holidaze will take the stage at the Midland Center for the Arts for two nights. Performances will run at 7:30 p.m. […]

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The Green Mile: Local greenhouse cashes in on CBD

The Green Mile: Local greenhouse cashes in on CBD

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. SAGINAW – Abele Greenhouse and Garden Center in Saginaw is currently closed to the public for the season. However, employees inside are still hard at work processing their first ever cannabis crop. But this is not “pot.” They are harvesting hemp – a cannabis subspecies – for CBD (cannabidiol). CBD, a chemical compound found in cannabis […]

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Late Night Soundwave: We want to hear you

By Samuel Philpot, associate editor. Everyone has musical talent inside them. Sometimes they’ve been practicing it for most of their lives, or its a new discovery for them. Either way, plenty of places have open mic nights or karaoke nights to give you the chance to perform. Bars will bring in karaoke or open mic nights as a way of […]

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Planned Parenthood clinics under fire

Planned Parenthood clinics under fire

By Patrick Sochacki, reporter. with additional reporting by Crystal Gwizdala “There goes the 14th abortion today.” Miles O’Brien, and other members of ONElife for Life, have been standing outside the Planned Parenthood health center in Flint nearly every day since April 19, 2019. The group is protesting the chemical and surgical abortions that are performed here from open at 9 […]

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Top 5 for the Week

By Colton Carrier, A&E Editor Serving fright by the “slice” With Halloween rearing its head, many will be diving into whatever spooky attraction they can get to. Luckily, the Slice of Fright Film Fest is coming to scare and shock horror fans from all around the Tri-Cities. Drawing in more than 30 short films, both locally and around the world, […]

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Are the freemasons hiding in plain sight?

Are the freemasons hiding in plain sight?

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. Twitter: @HaeleyHuggard When we think about volunteer work, we tend to think about people we know, or people close to us that have been affected by an unfortunate incident. Typically, family members, friends, relatives and people from the community are the ones who participate. It’s often considered unusual for a mysterious organization to get involved. Freemasons […]

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200th anniversary of Saginaw Treaty celebrated

200th anniversary of Saginaw Treaty celebrated

By Rahaf AlQuahanti, reporter. Celebrating another year of history, the Chippewa, Ottawa and Potawatomi Indian tribes – all part of The Great Lakes Anishinabek Tribe – gathered in old town Saginaw to re-amend their treaty with the state of Saginaw County, originally constructed in 1819. Commemorating their 200th year anniversary, the family kick-started their events with the traditional pipe ceremony, […]

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