KCC’s Board of Trustees wishes the baseball team luck as they head to the NJCAA World Series

Alright, coach and baseball team, on behalf of the Board of Trustees at Kellogg Community College, we just finished up our board meeting and we wanted to express how proud we are of each and every one of you. And you’ve made us proud, continue to win and good luck. Go Bruins!

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President Davies’ first report to the Board of Trustees

I want to thank all the faculty, staff, students, community members, alumni, members of the board of trustees for welcoming me and my family to Mount Pleasant and Central Michigan University. The transition has been absolutely phenomenal and the hospitality and the warm welcoming has been graciously accepted. There are a lot of strengths at […]

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Lead Poisoning Is Still a Huge Problem, But There Could Be a Quick Fix

Zapping water with electricity could save your life. Not something you thought we’d ever say? We’re shocked, too. By introducing an electric current into lead pipes filled with a harmless phosphate solution researchers at UC Berkeley were able to rapidly form a protective coating around corroded lead pipes, reducing leaching of this toxic element by […]

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Detroit Enters Bankruptcy As Pensions and Benefits Go on Chopping Block

JAISAL NOOR: Welcome to The Real News Network. I’m Jaisal Noor in Baltimore. On Tuesday, a federal judge ruled that Detroit is insolvent, making it the largest city in U.S. history eligible to claim bankruptcy. In the ruling, Judge Stephen Rhodes said Detroit can cut pensions and retiree benefits to help pay off its $18 […]

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Governor Rick Snyder Authorizes Detroit Bankruptcy Filing

Today I authorized the emergency manager for the city of Detroit to seek federal bankruptcy protection. This was a difficult and painful decision but I believe there are no other viable options. Why did I do this, what’s the rationale and what’s the impact for both the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan? […]

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Two years after bankruptcy Detroit has balanced budget, $63m surplus

N ARBOR. DAVE LEWALLEN, 7 ACTION NEWS.>>THANKS SO MUCH.>>>THE CITY OF DETROIT WANTS BANK — ONCE BANK RESULT ENJOYING MORE THAN 60 MILLION DOLLARS IN SURPLUS SO WHAT SHOULD THEY DO WITH THE CASH IN.>>NIA HARDEN IS LIVE DOWNTOWN WITH WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING THEY SHOULD DO WITH IT.>>Reporter: A LOT OF PEOPLE DIDN’T KNOW […]

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