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Katherine Nofs

Farmers Alley Theatre will return to the world of one of its most successful productions for its season-ending show. The theater's 2009-10 performances of The Great American Trailer Park Musical still hold box office records, and this month, Farmers Alley presents its sequel, The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical

"Lansing - Michigan officials said Tuesday the days of letting pipelines operate under the Straits of Mackinac are numbered, but there is no immediate reason to shut them down. Attorney General Bill Schuette admitted during a Tuesday press conference that the state today would not allow the two pipelines that Enbridge Energy has operated for nearly 60 years to be built." (Detroit News)

Former Kalamazoo School Board candidate Kris Mbah says he'll challenge Mayor Bobby Hopewell in November. It will be the first direct election of the city's mayor since a change in the city's charter was approved last year (MLive/Kalamazoo Gazette)

Trisha Dunham, WMUK

In December, the Vine Neighborhood Association received a State Historic Preservation Grant. This grant was awarded for their efforts to maintain the historic structures and neighborhood of Vine.


"Fishing in Ottawa County? Watch out for the latest aquatic invader. An invasive species of crayfish has turned up in an Ottawa County lake." (Detroit Free Press)

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