Michigan schools will continue to face a crisis until the unsustainable, structural funding issues surrounding our schools are addressed.
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Now, the minister is calling on the pastors of Detroit to come together and buy land. The question is: Can the minister be heard now?
Ahoy, Fletcher Field shipmates. Just a reminder that the spring cleanup at the park is scheduled for Saturday, June 1, at 10 a.m. There will be planting, tilling, weed-pulling and, well, you know the drill. If we have enough participants, I’d like a group of you to take the short trip down Mt. Olivet and … Continue Reading →
Catching up on some off-season football news at Michigan State: The news of Juwan Caesar being granted a release from his scholarship on Thursday is hardly anything that qualifies as breaking news. After all, the 6-foot-4 receiver from Miami, Fla., had yet to see the field in his first two seasons, except for the spring … Continue Reading →
Natural gas should be the automotive fuel of the future in Europe and the U.S., but sales of vehicles which can use this power source remain stubbornly low. Despite the price of natural gas falling sharply in the U.S., and the promise that when fracking gets underway in Europe supplies will spurt and prices drop, … Continue Reading →
Nothing this side of slapping a For Sale sign on the Detroit Water Department would be a clumsier attempt at raiding a Detroit jewel.
NHL official Steve Barton falls backward into the Red Wings bench, to the mild amusement of (left to right) Kyle Quincey, Jonas Gustavsson and Niklas Kronwall, then climbs out unhurt, but perhaps a little embarrassed. Barton was trying to avoid a collision with Chicago’s Bryan Bickell and Detroit’s Jakub Kindl during the third period of … Continue Reading →
So how to explain the White House’s belated admission that Obama’s right hand knew?