Rachel Lipscomb from Lansing in the Incan Ruins called SacsayHuamán. 

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News Spotlight: New Minimum Wage for Michigan Employees

 Beginning September 1, 2014, Michigan workers will see an increase in the minimum wage rate

Read More Monday, August 25, 2014
Expo offers the chance to celebrate diversity and connect consumers

 

LANSING, MI –The Greater Lansing Area Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs Inc. and the Lansing Black Chamber of Commerce have partnered with several organizations to host the Shop Michigan Expo on Friday, September 26, 2014. The Expo will be held in Michigan’s Capital City at the Lansing Center, located at 333 E. Michigan Ave. from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Read More Sunday, August 24, 2014
Kiplinger on Travel: Should you buy travel insurance?

  By Jessica L. Anderson

Kiplinger
 
  Hurricane season is upon us, which means a tropical storm could be brewing just as you're about to leave on vacation. Is travel insurance the solution?
Read More Sunday, August 24, 2014
Excuse me, are you listening? 13-16

 

Dear Readers,
 
It always warms my heart when I get feedback from our readers.  Imagine what it is like in my neck of the woods.  I know that the newspaper moves quickly, however, I do not know each person who reads it.  It is odd in that kind of way.  When someone calls, emails or writes me a letter I am always intrigued.  When someone is waiting at the newspaper box for the delivery or in a waiting room reading the newspaper, I always start smiling.  It makes me feel connected, as I am now alone typing tucked away in a quiet corner of my office.
 
Read More Sunday, August 24, 2014
DTW Airport Helped Shape Michigan’s Aeronautic  History

 

Left: Daniel Mason, Volunteer Historian for the Detroit Metropolitan Airport, has written a book about the history of the airport while maintaining collections.
He also has discharge papers from the National Guard Observation Squadron in 1937, is one of many collections from Mason's efforts. 
Photos by Rick Garcia

 

Read More Sunday, August 24, 2014
Committed to Helping Community: People’s Law School


Stephen Sinas practices law at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm in Lansing, MI.  He represents people in personal injury cases throughout Michigan. On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, Sinas will be presenting the “Implications of the Affordable Care Act” session for the People’s Law School.  The school provides the community with the opportunity to be educated about legal issues for a minimal cost.  Courtesy photo

Read More Sunday, August 24, 2014
More ways to protect your child from the Internet

  The Protect MI Child Registry is a secure database containing protected e- mail, fax, instant message, and mobile text message addresses. It allows Michigan parents and schools to register electronic addresses used by children to access the Internet.

                                                       Photo: istockphoto

Read More Sunday, August 24, 2014
CATA Board Approves Service Expansion in Delta Township

  LANSING, MI — At this afternoon’s meeting, CATA’s Board of Directors approved an agreement with Delta Township that adds new service to the Township. Delta Redi-Ride is a curb-to-curb demand-response service that will be available throughout Delta Township Monday through Saturday. 

Read More Sunday, August 24, 2014
Pacha Mama Tea is Nature's Miracle Drink

 

Left  - Anthony Stein a friend and soon-to-be business partner of William “Chef Nick” Nicklosovich fell in love with the tea when he tried it for the first time, came across the gauyusa  (pronounced gwhy-you-suh) leaf when he was working in the Ecuadorian Amazon.  Right - William “Chef Nick” Nicklosovich, co-owner of Pacha Mama Tea.  Pacha Mama Tea is all natural and is made from only gauyusa leaf, water and lime.
Courtesy photo

 

Read More Saturday, August 16, 2014
The Kid's Doctor: Swimming lessons alone will not prevent drowning

 

By Sue Hubbard, M.D.

 
 Swimming lessons for children as young as age 1 could be 
effective, research indicates. Petro Feketa - Fotolia. 
 
Read More Sunday, August 10, 2014
Excuse me, are you listening? 13-15

 Dear Readers,

 
My mother, Kay Carrington, was just in Lansing for a visit.  She is is too funny.  My friend, Belinda Thurston, owner of JustBYoga, is compiling a cookbook.  She asked  some of her friends to contribute.  I can cook.  However, I mostly cook Caribbean food.
Read More Sunday, August 10, 2014
Interpersonal Edge: Courage is a muscle - use it!

  By Dr. Daneen Skube

Tribune Media Services
 
Q. There are many people I admire in my career, but I think they were all born with a whole lot more courage than I was. I know they had to risk failing or looking foolish or being disappointed. Do you think that some people just start out with more self-confidence? How can I compete with people who are simply born braver than I was?
 
Read More Sunday, August 10, 2014
Jill on Money: Protect your portfolio against inflation

By Jill Schlesinger
Tribune Media Services
 
 Two years ago, when the Federal Reserve announced that it would engage in its third round of bond buying ("Quantitative Easing") to spur economic growth and help reduce unemployment, fears of runaway inflation bubbled up. 
Read More Sunday, August 10, 2014
TAX SOLUTIONS: New Michigan Offer Program

  By  A.J. Gross, C.P.A., E.A.

 
 Governor Snyder signed into law HB 4003.  HB 4003 allows the State of Michigan to negotiate Michigan taxes.  This is exciting news for Michigan taxpayers!  For the first time ever, Michigan residents will be able to negotiate Michigan taxes for less.  The new law will start in 2015.
Read More Wednesday, July 16, 2014
News Spotlight: Information from BWL about Phone Scam Alert

 

The Lansing Board of Water & Light (BWL) has received several reports of scam imposters threatening commercial customers with loss of service if they do not make a utility payment over the phone.
Read More Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Kiplinger on Travel: Fabulous travel freebies

 

By Erin Burt and Rebecca Dolan
Kiplinger
 
 Each year we round up a list of fabulous freebies, valuable offers with few or no strings attached. This year's list is packed with more something-for-nothing deals than ever. Here are our favorite travel freebies.
Read More Sunday, July 13, 2014
Jill on Money: Ten home buying mistakes

 

By Jill Schlesinger
Tribune Media Services
 
  After that nasty weather in the first quarter of the year, the much hoped for housing recovery never quite took hold during the normally vibrant spring buying/selling season. Despite the Polar Vortex, there were other factors that kept a lid on housing buyers, including the fact that tentative buyers were spooked by rising prices, especially in certain hot housing markets. 
Read More Sunday, July 13, 2014
Interpersonal Edge: To land a job, walk a mile in employer's shoes

 By Dr. Daneen Skube

Tribune Media Services
 
 Q. I've been looking to get a better job and can't figure out how anyone gets hired these days. I send my resume into the technical black hole of computer websites and never hear back from a human being. How can you get a new job when you can't even connect with anyone in the organization?
Read More Sunday, July 13, 2014
News Spotlight: Home Invasion

 

On July 11, 2014 at 1:39 a.m., LPD officers responded to a residence on the 1600 block of Linval St. on report of a home invasion. The three occupants of the residence report that four males entered the residence and at least two had handguns (revolver and semi-automatic).
Read More Friday, July 11, 2014
News Spotlight: Suspicious Death

  On July 5, 2014 at 4:34 p.m. officers responded to a residence on the 100 block of Shepard St to check the welfare of a female. Upon arrival, officers located a deceased 52 year old Lansing female inside the residence. Officers were alerted to the female by a family member.

Read More Wednesday, July 09, 2014

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