A Michigan company is offering scholarships to students who pursue studies in cannabis cultivation and its business
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Images from a remote camera taken on September 29, 2019, reveal that a female wolf likely gave birth to at least two pups. Also, researchers at Michigan Technological University (MTU) observed a likely pup in February 2020,
Learning the major effects of ice on the Great Lakes will be crucial. Access to ice cover data is essential. Ice on the Fantastic Lakes impacts many societal benefits provided by the lakes, from hydropower generation to commercial freight to commercial and recreational fishing. Thumbwind has been tracking the 2021s Great Lakes Ice Coverage.
Climate Change rises the potential of rapid moving thunder storms and record setting temperatures which stresses the main grid to Power blackout. Here is what to prepare for a power outage.
Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk, and West Beach will be closed on March 23 at Indiana Dunes National Park
New assistance is available that can help keep struggling Michigan renters in their homes. Around $622 million will be distributed through the COVID Emergency Rental Assistance program. Comments from Eva Rohlman, outreach services director, Mid Michigan Community Action; and Kelly Rose, chief housing solutions officer, Michigan State Housing Development Authority.
Trying to rank the most popular video game is like nailing Jello to the wall. With the Covid-19 pandemic, people have been shut in and playing a lot of video games. The industry is looking to have one of their best years ever and some fine games have been released.
Here is our top 10 video games currently being played in 2021.
Dabls Mbad African Bead Museum in Detroit is dedicated to exhibiting a culture that extends some 8,000 miles away in Africa.
The gig economy is finally being recognized as a powerful economic factor during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Michigan’s Mixed Earners Unemployment Compensation provides an additional $100 a week in benefits for those earning at least $5,000 in the past year.
Sill break walls along the Lake Michigan shore is a natural-looking method of holding and collecting beach sand and prevent erosion. Lake Huron residents may find it a suitable option for their beach or lake easement property