Issue 822

04th February, 2016 - 24th February, 2016

As we progress into the second month of the new year, one annual tradition rapidly engaging attention is the nominating round for our 30th Annual Review Music Awards Ceremony, which is designed to assure the most accurate and expeditious tabulation system; and has also witnessed several new nominees popping up in numerous divisions of the balloting.

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Guest Commentary by Senator Ken Horn

I was asked to provide a direct response to a guest editorial regarding a road funding alternative that was recently introduced in Lansing. The irony is that no one would likely know that choices for road repair were even an option, except for Mr. Schmid's panicked concern. His editorial, written without contacting me or my office, gives me the opportunity to clear up some misconceptions and concerns.

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The Rotary Club of Saginaw's Premier Musical Fundraising Extravaganza

Several significant changes are in store for the annual Saginaw On Stage Music Festival, which embarks upon its 13th anniversary of showcasing top-notch regional musical talent and will be held this year on Friday, February 26th for its third year at The Temple Theatre in Downtown Saginaw.

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Part 2 in a Series: Dirty Water & Darnell Earley

In the first part of our series on former Saginaw City Manager Darnell Earley, we looked at how while under his control as Emergency Manger, the City of Flint started drawing its municipal water from the corrosive Flint River; and how while under his reign, the order was given back in April, 2014 when Earley rejected Detroit’s final offer to supply clean, safe drinking water – and Flint terminated its relationship with the City of Detroit, leading to one of the worst lead-contamination crises in our nation’s history.

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Kevin Cole is one of those rare breed of musicians & artists who – thanks to a combination of innate talent & disciplined determination - managed to break out of the tri-cities and achieve international acclaim. Born and raised in Bay City, three decades ago Cole rose to the top of penthouse of the East Coast Classical circuit with his impeccable talent and uncanny...

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For Bill Harmon, owner & proprietor of The Studio and Performance Space, which is a spanking new instructional & performance center geared to cultivate artistic talents throughout the Mid-Michigan region while also offering patrons & students a chance to display their talents before live audiences, his new endeavor is equally exciting as it is constantly evolving.

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