Celebrating our international community
Front Page, week of September 17, 2022
I’m pleased to say there’s a good amount of content for this week’s Front Page!
Photo gallery by Joshua Vissers
The rain held off long enough for a great parade this morning!
Art's Corner by Miriam Pickens
Miriam reveals the organizations that help bring together the Parade of Nations and International Day of Peace celebrations, as well as the creation of the below banner by Melissa Hronkin’s Houghton Summer Elementary School Program students.
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Local group raising awareness of “aging in place” safety strategies
By Jennifer Donovan
Will you be able to grow old in the home that you’ve created? A local group is trying to make sure the answer is ‘yes’.
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Colin Jackson, Upper Michigan Source (TV6)
The Houghton County Board of Commissioners (HCBC) unanimously voted to pass a modified resolution submitted by Canal View-Houghton County Executive Administrator Kim Salmi.
The Associated Press
Germany hasn’t stopped using COVID-19 vaccines, Illinois law doesn’t make murder or other crimes ‘non-detainable’ offenses, the United Kingdom didn’t cancel all funerals on the same day as the Queen’s service, and more truths you might not find on social media.
Corey Williams, Associated Press
Washtenaw County Circuit Court Judge Carol Kuhnke denied the school’s emergency request for a temporary restraining order. However, she did schedule a Sept. 16 hearing for the faculty union to show why a preliminary injunction should not be ordered.