Issue 667

04th September, 2008 - 24th September, 2008

New 'Voice' of the Spirit Committed to Excellence

As the new Vice-President of Communications for the Saginaw Spirit, Terry Ficorelli is a name you will be seeing and hearing a lot about in the Saginaw Valley. Born and raised in Detroit, Ficorelli played in all of the Detroit Jr.

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Michigan voters on November 4th will decide on ballot proposals for Medical Marijuana use and Stem Cell Research, but they will not get a chance to consider a part-time legislature or advisory referendums on state tax increases.

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Up Close & Personal with the Front Line Defense of The Saginaw Spirit

Apart from signaling the season of transition, September marks the month that blades dig into ice and the pucks start flying as the start of hockey brings fans and enthusiasts flooding to the DowEvent Center for the official kick-off of the 2008 Saginaw Spirit hockey season.

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Creating Moments of Truth

For having spent only a few months gigging in mid-Michigan's music scene, John Vasquez possesses a range and clarity of musical vision that belies his youthful appearance. And like degrees of awareness, Vasquez is finding his own unique voice and eschewing the familiar and safe ways in creating music.

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Editor's Note: Without doubt, the new series Mad Men on AMC every Sunday at 10:00 PM is the sexiest, most well-written program to harvest the wasteland of television since HBO tried its experiment at neo-realistic drama with The Sopranos.

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In the August 21st edition of Review Magazine, we wrote on the issue of earmarked funds from the federal government, otherwise known as pork barrel spending. We focused on whether there is a true need for a new $14 million exit ramp from northbound Interstate 675 near downtown.

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