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Rare Freshwater Jellyfish Found In Greenville
Last weekend, there was an alligator near Kalamazoo.  A few of months ago, there was an iguana in Grand Rapids. Now a jellyfish in Greenville?
Yes.  But this is different.  The alligator and iguana were lost or abandoned, the jellyfish were in their natural habitat.
The jellyf…
How Much Did You Spend On Back To School Shopping? [Poll]
The kids are back at school bringing with them lots of supplies:  pencils, folders, calculators, backpacks, shoes, clothes, etc.  Sales and coupons are nice, but it only helps so much at back to school time.
Before the next credit card statement arrives take our anonymous poll...
How mu…
Should School Start Before Or After Labor Day [Poll]
Summer is unoffically over and students are back in school.
Summer lasts longer than it used to for many students.  Since 2006, Michigan law requires public schools to wait until after Labor Day to begin school.
Should school start before or after Labor Day?
West Nile Virus is Becoming Epidemic in Michigan
Last week I wrote a blog regarding the West Nile Virus, and the seemingly epidemic proportion of it around the country, especially in Dallas, Texas.  At that time, we had 24 confirmed cases in Michigan and we were being cautioned to take care.  There were 5 Kent County cases.  Well to…
LaughFest Announces Dates For 2013
LaughFest has announced that they will be returning in 2013!
2013 will mark LaughFest's third annual appearance in Grand Rapids.  LaughFest raises money for Gilda's Club Grand Rapids to provide support for families and individuals effected by cancer.
Hunger Action Week 2012 Begins September 5
Hunger Action Week returns for its second year this September. The annual series of events, organized by the Food and Nutrition Coalition, a subcommittee of Kent County’s Essential Needs Taskforce, boasts a revamped itinerary and a sharper focus on advocacy.

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