Archive | 2013
kenneling

Tips on Kenneling Your Furry Friends

When you need to kennel your family pet, there are some things you should know. MI News 26 Reporter Paula Jasper and Photojournalist Hannah Crouch get some tips on grooming and kenneling your furry family members.

Bridal Show to take place in Downtown Traverse City

Bridal Show to take place in Downtown Traverse City

On January 5th, the 20th Annual Downtown Bridal Show will happen in Downtown Traverse City. The show will kick off at 3:15p.m. at the City Opera House. Over 35 vendors will be on hand displaying an abundance of bridal items and services for those planning weddings in the upcoming year. Admission is free.

Safe Online Shopping Tips

Safe Online Shopping Tips

If you’re looking to take advantage of the after-Christmas sales and discounts that several stores are offering, the Grand Traverse Sheriff’s Office has some tips to keep you safe while purchasing items online. First, they want to remind you to never give our your social security number. Also, make sure you only make purchases from […]

DEQ Reminds of Free Electronics Recycling Program

DEQ Reminds of Free Electronics Recycling Program

If you upgraded your home entertainment center or recieved a new computer for Christmas, you should remember to recycle your old electronics properly. Instead of throwing them in the trash, the DEQ reminds citizens that convenient and free electronics recycling is available at many local stores. Instead of filling a landfill, recycling allows the valuable […]

DNR Seeks Youth Council Members

DNR Seeks Youth Council Members

The Department of Natural Resources is looking for a few young, outdoor-minded candidates for consideration as additions to the their Youth Conservation Council. According to the DNR, 18 young people from across the state were selected to be a part of the council last year. Those youth were then able to make recommendations to help […]

Snyder Signs Anti-Fraud Legislation

Snyder Signs Anti-Fraud Legislation

Governor Snyder has signed a package of bills intended to safeguard Michiganders from devices that could be used to steal their personal information and use it to commit fraud. The bills are included among 14 other pieces of legislation intended to help protect Michiganders and their property in a variety of ways. The five-bill package […]

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