The construction of electric car charging stations at certain Michigan state parks will make the gorgeous shoreline of Lake Michigan and other sites around northern Lower Michigan more accessible to electric vehicle users this summer.
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The Women’s Suffrage measure authorized by the Republicans from Bad Axe Michigan placed on the ballot a referendum to allow women to vote in presidential elections.
The state of Michigan is well known for its natural beauty. But it’s also known for some weird Michigan laws. It’s surrounded by breathtaking lakes and has long been a… Read More »12 Weird Michigan Laws That Set It Apart from Its Neighbors?
The predator display takes shape by volunteers at the Huron County Nature Center. This exhibit will feature bobcat and coyote taxidermy specimens.
Ernest Hemingway’s Great Granddaughter – Author Cristen Hemingway Jaynes Returns to Walloon Lake as an author in her own right.
Beat the winter blues by getting outside and visiting a Michigan State Park, Taking a hike or cross country ski or staying in a winter lodge in the woods.
Back in 1970: Clifford Wharton Named MSU President – 1st African-American to Lead A Major University
by Ken Coleman, Michigan AdvanceJanuary 2, 2019 Clifford Wharton Jr. officially assumed the presidency of Michigan State University on this day in 1970. He was the first African-American to lead… Read More »Back in 1970: Clifford Wharton Named MSU President – 1st African-American to Lead A Major University
Michigan legalized recreational marijuana in 2018. It’s not easy to stay on top of what’s legal and what isn’t in your state. Individuals and businesses curious about cannabis may find the procedure complex and time-consuming.
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In 1948, the US Supreme Court upheld a Michigan law banning women bartenders in large cities unless their father or husband owned the establishment.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) announced today that the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) has acted on the governor’s call to return… Read More »Governor Whitmer Announces $3 Billion in Refunds for Michigan Drivers