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Bishop Announce Run for U.S. Congress 8th District

Conservative Leader Mike Bishop Joins Congressional Race

Bishop for Congress Mike Bishop announced his run for U.S. Congress on April 2. He hopes to win the 8th District seat currently held by Mike Rogers. Rogers is not seeking re-election. Bishop tells the residents he wants to fix Washington and cut federal spending. His message also stated his reason for launching the campaign comes from his … [Read More...]

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Dear Crabby, Help me with my Jack Russell Terrier, please!

Dear Crabby, We have a small Jack Russell Terrier and he is very hyper. He growls and barks at everyone, but does not actually bite anyone. I am afraid to leave him out when we have guests, but I feel worse locking him up every time. So far we have settled on not having guests over anymore. There must be a better way! What do you … [Read More...]

Yates Cider Mill - photo by Michael Dwyer

Spring Apple Cider at Yates

Landmark Cider Mill Opens on Tax Day The late start to spring, a dusting of snow, and cleaning up the yard might remind you of last November – so you had better go to the cider mill too. Yates Cider Mill opened Tuesday for a spring pressing. Occasionally, Michigan apple growers have a surplus of apples in cold storage that allow cider mills to … [Read More...]


Timber! Surviving life’s storms

Last Saturday evening, my family and I watched from our window as dark, ominous clouds rolled in. We anticipated lightning and thunder, drenching rain and hail. But all we were entertained by that night were some forcefully high winds. Blatant disrespecting the towering deciduous trees, the wind attacked for a short but potent time. The bare … [Read More...]

Press Release - Make a Difference Day

City of Rochester looking for volunteers for Make-A-Difference Day

The Rochester City Beautiful Commission is looking for volunteers for the 2014 City of Rochester Make-a-Difference Day. The event will be held on Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will take place in the Rochester Municipal Park. This year's project is "Mulch-a-Palooza." Please come out and help spreading mulch, pull weeds and … [Read More...]

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Rochester Hills Museum to host Church Tour on April 28

The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm will be hosting a tour of churches along University Drive on Monday, April 28, 2014. The tour is from 9:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and costs $25 for Rochester Hills Museum members and $30 for non-members. Lunch is included. Registration and payment is available through the Museum website at … [Read More...]

National Healthcare Decision Day

National Healthcare Decision Day sponsored locally by Crittenton Home Care

As a part of National Healthcare Decision Day, Crittenton Home Care invites the public to Crittenton Hospital Medical Center on Wednesday, April 16 to receive information about advanced directives and the importance of healthcare decisions. Recently added, Elder Law Attorney and Shelby Township Trustee, Douglas Wozniak, will speak to round out the … [Read More...]


G.M. Places two engineers on paid leave after finding evidence that they knew about defects

According to the New York Times on 4-11-14 "Mary T. Barra, the automaker’s chief executive, said two engineers had been placed on paid leave after she was briefed on the results of an internal investigation conducted by Anton R. Valukas, a former United States attorney. G.M. did not name the engineers, but a government investigator briefed on … [Read More...]


One Republican Out, Another In for Michigan’s 8th District Seat

Editor's Note: The following article was first reported on and is printed below in its entirety. Rochester Media added the picture of Representative McMillin. One republican is out and another is in for the race to fill Congressman Mike Rogers' seat in the 8th District. Senator Joe Hune announced Thursday he'd rather focus on … [Read More...]

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