A Quiet Weekend?
The Front Page, week of June 11, 2022
Not too much to share with you this week, but there is a lot going on behind the scenes. I’ve nearly completed a draft of our freelancer agreement, I’ve been told our nonprofit registration paperwork should be clearing another hurdle soon, and we’re beginning to organize a social media regimen.
Most exciting for me personally is that I’ve finally started digging in on my first article in a while. It’s tricky, switching from reporting during regular business hours to working almost exclusively outside of them, but I’m happy to be directly involved in reporting again.
I’m looking forward to sharing the story with you.
The summer is getting noisy, with Bridgefest next weekend and Performances in the Park, Canal Rock, and other summer concert series about to kick off. Check out their line-ups here, and send your events to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other News (aggregated, not sponsored)
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Vinny La Via, Upper Michigan Source
The Michigan Department of Education said close to 5,700 third-graders could be held back from entering fourth grade next school year. State law specifies that students who fail to hit a certain English score on the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP) can be required to repeat third grade.
Upper Michigan Source
The ship arrived ahead of schedule on Friday. Please share any photos you took, I missed it! You can just attach them to a reply to this email or send me a link.
“In The Keweenaw” on Youtube did share this drone video, but they (quite responsibly) didn’t get very close.
The Associated Press
Will people ever stop lying? Probably not, so exercise your skepticism.