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Traverse City Welcoming Andy Warhol and Dale Chihuly Exhibits

The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College will celebrate its 25th anniversary with the opening of five new exhibitions that will be shown from June 12 – September 4, 2016.

Andy Warhol and Dale Chihuly exhibits will be part of the anniversary celebration.

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Close Up Of An Adult Female Deer Tick Dog Tick And A Lone Star Tick Are Shown June 15
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The Lone Star Tick Is Moving Into Michigan

Why is this tick such a pest? It appears to cause a meat allergy in some of the people it uses as a host. The lone star tick is easy to identify, as it has a white spot on its back.

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Michigan Hosting Two Free ORV Weekends This Summer

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources invites off-road enthusiasts to enjoy two Free ORV Weekends this year.

For both weekends, Michigan residents and nonresidents can ride DNR-designated routes and trails without purchasing an ORV license or trail permit. Riders save up to $36.25.

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Kenowa Hills Educator Named Michigan Teacher of the Year

Tracy Horodyski, a reading interventionist and literacy coach at Zinser Elementary in Kenowa Hills Public Schools, was named 2016-17 Michigan Teacher of the Year today during a surprise visit from State Superintendent Brian Whiston!

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Kalamazoo Shooter Jason Dalton Escorted From Courtroom After Outburst [Video]

Tiana Carruthers, the first shooting victim from the night of February 20 was on the stand giving her testimony when Dalton started speaking loudly, seemingly spouting nonsense.

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Courtesy of the Muskegon County Jail
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Jeffrey Willis Had Images of Bound & Gagged Women, Child Pornography

Police found a mask, rubber gloves, photographs of females chained and bound, batting gloves, and a ball gag inside of locked boxes in Jeffrey Willis' van. They also discovered a 22-caliber pistol with the serial number scratched off, and a bar with wrist restraints.

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Grand Haven Police Looking For Parents of Baby Dropped Off at Hospital

The Grand Haven Department of Public safety is looking for the parents of a newborn baby that was dropped off at North Ottawa Community Hospital around 6:00 p.m. Saturday, May 14.

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Syringes and Restraints Found in Van of Muskegon County Kidnapping Suspect

In court Wednesday, Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson provided new evidence against attempted kidnapping suspect Jeffrey Willis. The evidence included a list of items found in Willis' silver minivan.

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Allendale, Belding and Wyoming Schools Among Michigan’s Healthiest

West Michigan schools are among 38 in Michigan being recognized for bringing healthy food, activities and lifestyles to their students.

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Police Looking For Two Men Who Broke Into Ottawa County Home

The Ottawa County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help in finding two men who broke into a Tallmadge Township home on Sunday.

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GVSU Professor Explains Origin of Yooper Dialect

Since 2000, Kathryn Remlinger, professor of English at Grand Valley State University, has been examining Yooper dialect, its relationship to the U.P. and the idea of the Yooper identity.

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West Michigan Bakery Owner Says Customer Cancelled After Discovering She Was a Muslim

The owner of a bakery in West Michigan is upset after she claims a customer cancelled their order after finding out the bakery owner is a Muslim.

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