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April 10, 2015 Have you started your spring cleaning? You know how good it feels when your house is clean? It feels just as good when your financial and business papers are well-organized. more »»

 
 
 
Capitol highlights

April 10, 2015 With the end of the session looming on the horizon, the topic of the budget is moving to the fore-front of our minds. more »»

The Writing Life: Michael next author in Arts & Culture writer series

April 3, 2015 This is a monthly column on the writing process. Topics will range from books and authors to writing conferences and workshops to the writing process itself. more »»

Capitol highlights

April 3, 2015 This week is the final week for Senate bills to make it out of committee in the House. After this week, we will concentrate on debating bills on the Floo. more »»

Capitol highlights

March 27, 2015 Several important bills were brought up and debated on the House floor this week. more »»

Ask a Trooper: Bike racks

March 20, 2015 Q: During a driving vacation out west, I noticed the popularity of bumper-attached bicycle and luggage racks. more »»

Capitol highlights

March 20, 2015 Last Thursday, the House spent several hours debating HF 573 which requires an abortion provider to certify that prior to the performance of an abortion, the pregnant woman has been given the... more »»

What’s going on at Emmet County Extension?

March 13, 2015 Right now, the weather outside is cold and the ground is inhospitable to plants. more »»

Capitol highlights

March 13, 2015 Now that funnel week is behind us, we have been able to dedicate more time to debating bills on the floor. This week the House passed HF 527 which addresses many firearm issues. more »»

Law Enforcement impersonation

March 13, 2015 Q: There have been a lot of stories lately of someone impersonating an officer and stopping cars on the highway. more »»

The Writing Life - How far can I go?

March 6, 2015 This is a monthly column on the writing process. Topics will range from books and authors to writing conferences and workshops to the writing process itsel. more »»

Capitol highlights

March 6, 2015 We held several sub-committee meetings this week in order to meet this weekend’s funnel deadline. more »»

The Way to Wellness - When you think there’s nothing to do, you’re wrong

February 27, 2015 Mother Nature has placed an obstacle course before us. more »»

Capitol highlights

February 27, 2015 Greetings from Capitol Hill: The gas tax passed both the House and the Senate on Feb. 24. The final vote in the House was 53 “ayes” to 46 “no”. more »»

Ask a Trooper: Uncontrolled intersections

February 20, 2015 Q: There seems to be a lot of intersections in my town that do not have a stop or yield sign. Who has the right of way? A: What do our readers think? A. more »»

Capitol highlights

February 20, 2015 Last week the school start date bill passed the Education Committee with an amendment setting the school start date at no earlier than Aug. 23. Now it could be considered on the House Floor. more »»

Capitol highlights

February 13, 2015 Greetings from Capitol Hill: The Education Committee spent some time this week debating HF 13 which deals with the issue of the school start date. As many of you know, Gov. more »»

What’s going on at Emmet County Extension?

February 13, 2015 The winter season is a great time for farmers and producers to take advantage of programs to learn what is happening in the industry and I am excited to offer you such an opportunity. On Feb. more »»

The Writing Life - A study in setting

February 6, 2015 This is a monthly column on the writing process. Topics will range from books and authors to writing conferences and workshops to the writing process itsel. more »»

Capitol highlights

February 6, 2015 This Tuesday we held sub-committee meetings for HF 84, HF 88, and HSB 93. more »»

Capitol highlights

January 30, 2015 This week I was assigned to be chairman of a subcommittee for HF 84. This bill will establish a transportation cost supplement program for school districts to relieve their transportation burdens. more »»

 
 
 

 

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