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Food and Drink
11:08 am
Thu June 27, 2013

Learn how hard cider is made at Virtue Cider in Fennville

Gregg Hall at Virtue Cider in Fennville
Credit Nancy Camden

Michigan is one of the top three growers of apples in the country making it a great place to produce what in this country we call ‘hard’ cider. In England, France or Spain, it’s simply called cider while unfermented pressed apple is called ‘juice.’

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Film
10:26 am
Thu June 27, 2013

'The Heat': Improv comedy with a Boston flair

You’d expect to see Melissa McCarthy in a raucous comedy like The Heat, which opens Friday. Even Sandra Bullock’s name above the title is no great surprise. But who would expect the cast to include Joey McIntyre, best known as the youngest of the new Kids on the Block?

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Medicaid expansion
2:23 pm
Wed June 26, 2013

Snyder makes pitch for Medicaid expansion in West Michigan

State Capitol - file photo
Credit Kevin Lavery, WKAR

Report by WMUK's Gordon Evans

    

Governor Snyder made a stop Wednesday morning at Pennock Hospital in Hastings before heading on to the Family Health Center in Battle Creek. 

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Community Healing Centers
7:16 am
Wed June 26, 2013

Community Healing Centers of Kalamazoo seeking $1.5-million through capital campaign

Elizabeth Upjohn Community Healing Center
Credit Community Healing Centers of Kalamazoo

Interview with Sally Reames

    

Community Healing Centers CEO Sally Reames says there's "a lot of things that duct tape can no longer hold together." 

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Michigan redistricting
9:06 am
Tue June 25, 2013

Debate over whether a new system is needed to draw legislative districts

State Representative Sean McCann at a news conference in June, introducing his plan for changing Michigan's redistricting system
Credit WMUK

Interview with Conor Dugan

    

A Grand Rapids attorney argues that it's up to voters to demand better candidates, rather than change how the maps for legislative districts are determined. 

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