SW Michigan

12:47 pm
Thu June 20, 2013

Author sues now-defunct Calhoun county publisher

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Albion author says he is working with others on possible class action lawsuit
MARSHALL - At least one author who published books through the now-defunct 2 Moon Press has taken legal action against the company. Albion resident Bernard Zeitler filed a complaint last week in Calhoun County's 10th District Court, listing both former CEO Don Semora and the self-publishing company's most recent owner, Melinda Lundy, as defendants.
12:13 pm
Thu June 20, 2013

Boys and Girls Club of Benton Harbor sees more members with new buildings

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Officials say quality programming and room at new facilities bringing in more members
BENTON HARBOR - The Boys and Girls Club of Benton Harbor has seen its numbers explode since the doors opened on its two new facilities in 2012.
WMU Fine Arts
11:38 am
Thu June 20, 2013

WMU names new Fine Arts Dean

Daniel Guyette
Credit Western Michigan University

Western Michigan University has named a new Dean to lead its College of Fine Arts. 

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6:25 am
Thu June 20, 2013

Candidates for Portage Superintendent lay out visions for district

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Board will meet Friday afternoon to pick new Superintendent
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
PORTAGE, MI -- Paw Paw Superintendent Mark Bielang and Three Rivers Superintendent Roger Rathburn, the two finalists for superintendent of Portage Public Schools, both had a chance to flesh out how they would lead the district during a series of events Wednesday.
6:17 am
Thu June 20, 2013

"Project Clarity" aims to lean up Lake Macatawa

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Funding being sought for $12-million dollar effort
It's been dubbed "Project Clarity" and within five years, those involved hope to make Lake Macatawa at least 70 percent clearer. It may seem a lofty goal, but experts say it is possible.