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Lowe’s announces store closures affecting Michigan

Lowe’s will close two Michigan locations this winter, according to a recent company announcement.

BAY COUNTY REALTOR ASSOCIATION: Open House to be held November 11

Property Description 2 Bedroom 1.5 Bath Ranch with a Metal Roof on a beautiful lot that is Just short of 2 Acres. Fruit Trees galore.

BAY COLLEGE: Bay College Announces Six Students Breaking Occupational Gender Gaps

Bay College is committed to closing equity gaps and improving strategies to prepare both women and men for nontraditional fields, free from gender bias.

State institution: These 4-year Michigan schools attract the fewest in-state students

Finlandia University, Hope College and Michigan State University enrolled the fewest in-state students of all four-year Michigan schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

Sears closing Battle Creek store

Sears Holding Company will close a store in Michigan just after the new year.

FLINT & GENESEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Art of Achievement Awards Honor Business & Hospitality Industry

This evening, the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce and the Convention and Visitors Bureau honored local businesses and hospitality providers for their contributions to the well-being and success of the region in 2018.

FORD MOTOR COMPANY: Ford Motor Company To Share Update On Operational Efficiency Improvements At Barclays Global Automotive Conference

On Wednesday, Nov. 14, Joe Hinrichs, Ford Motor Company’s executive vice president and president, global operations will present at Barclays Global Automotive Conference in New York.

FOREFRONT DERMATOLOGY: National Healthy Skin Month

November is National Healthy Skin month, making it a great time to reconsider your skin care routine.

FORMULAFOLIO INVESTMENTS: Stocks post weekly gains, but October closes as worst month in years

Stocks finished higher for the week, but closed October with the worst monthly loss in multiple years.

GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY: Interfaith conference discusses religion identities in current climate

The role of religious communities to both cause and rectify social division and tribalism was the topic of discussion during the Jewish/Christian/Muslim Triennial Interfaith Dialogue Conference at Grand Valley.

GREATER FARMINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Country Lanes Ribbon Cutting: Take a New Look at Country Lanes to be held November 29

Join us in celebrating a Ribbon Cutting at Country Lane’s Re-vitalization and Re- Grand of the Bowling Alley.

GREATER ISHPEMING-NEGAUNEE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: BYO Dinner Theater—Hostiles to be held November 20

The Peter White Public Library invites film fans to watch Hostiles on Tuesday, November 20 at 6:00 pm in the Library’s Community Room on the lower level.

HUMANE SOCIETY OF MIDLAND COUNTY: Holiday Hope Adoption to be held December 1

HOLIDAY HOPE ADOPTION EVENT IS NOT A NO FEE EVENT, ADOPTION FEES WILL ALL BE REDUCED TO $20.

HUMANE SOCIETY OF MIDLAND COUNTY: The Tail-End Adoption Event to be held December 7

Here at the tail-end of the year we are teaming up to fill the tail-end of a truck with some of the Humane Society’s most needed supplies.

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