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"KALAMAZOO, MI — Two men vying for the job of Kalamazoo County administrator stated their cases to the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners Monday. Dave Benda, formerly Grand Traverse County's administrator/controller, and Jeffrey Davis, who has spent 29 years as a naval officer, met with the board during hour-long interviews. Deputy County Administrator John Faul said the board likely will start deliberations at a meeting on Tuesday, July 7." (Kalamazoo Gazette)

"KALAMAZOO, MI — Pumping has begun on the flooded Homer Stryker baseball field, said John Bollinger, assistant general manager for the Kalamazoo Growlers. Whether the field will be dry enough to host the ball games and fireworks planned for the July 4 weekend will depend a lot on this week's weather. But the show will go on, even if that means moving it to Battle Creek, the clubs management said." (Kalamazoo Gazette)

Supreme Court Sides With Michigan on Emissions Rules

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While Michigan headed up a 23-state challenge to EPA rules meant to curb air pollution, it appears the decision won't have a dramatic effect on the state's power plants. (Detroit Free Press)

For the second year in a row, WMUK has taken home more than one prize from the PRNDI Awards. PRNDI stands for the Public Radio News Directors Incorporated. The station won second place in three categories for medium market newsrooms.

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On WestSouthwest, analysis of the Supreme Court ruling that struck down Michigan's ban on same-sex marriage. And why is "environmental justice" not a priority?    


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