State Orders Virus Testing For Agricultural And Food Workers
Michigan agricultural workers and those employed at food processing plants are now required to be tested for the COVID-19 virus.
Gas Prices Falling Again
The top 10 lowest priced stations in Michigan are all in the metro Detroit area. All are under $1.80 a gallon. There are four stations in the immediate Battle Creek area that dropped prices under the $2.00 a gallon mark over the weekend.
Will You Send Your Kids Back To School This Fall?
If fully one-third of Michigan parents do end up keeping their kids from schools as indicated by the survey, that could mean about one half million Michigan K-12 students won’t be attending.
Michigan Gyms May Ask The SCOTUS To Let Them Open
It is not lost on anyone that nearly every fitness center kept closed by the Governor's order, was prepared to reopen with the protection of the federal court ruling.
No Joy For Fitness Centers And Gyms
Most every fitness center and gym in southern Michigan still closed due to the Governor’s virus closing order was ready to open this morning. That may be a solid indicator of the level of support the fitness professionals are putting into the Whitmer administration virus controls.
Police Again Forced To Use Tear Gas in Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo’s downtown smelled of tear gas again last night. But violent rioting that swept across the central city Monday night was not repeated last night.
CDC Recommends Safeguarding Your Pet From COVID-19
The CDC is now advising pet owners to treat pets just like people. They should not be allowed unrestricted interaction with other animals or people outside your household.
State Goes After Sellers Of Virus Patch
Two West Michigan based businesses are being threatened by the State Attorney General’s office with a cease and desist order. The two have been offering what they call a “coronavirus defender patch”.
No Halt To State Investigation Of Assaults Involving MSU
Reports surfaced earlier this week that Michigan’s Attorney General Dana Nessel was suspending the department’s criminal investigation into Michigan State University’s handling of complaints against serial sexual abuser Larry Nassar. Nesell is now saying that is not quite right…
No Shortage Of Christmas Trees This Year
There were a lot of reports in mid-November about a retail shortage developing in Michigan this season. But businesses that wanted to buy trees wholesale for their retail offerings have had no problems getting trees.