Rapids restoration is conservation by addition, returning natural features that were removed, whereas the powerboat link would be more akin to kind of flattening and grading that took place in the Grand River more than 100 years ago.
With the passing of time comes change, and I am facing one right now. The change to a smaller place to live, or as currently referred to as “downsizing.”
According to a recent survey by the National Association of Sports Officials, more than 75 percent of high school officials list “adult behavior” as a primary reason for quitting.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer hit the ground running, issuing a flurry of executive directives in her first week as governor. But some may not serve the best interests of taxpayers.
What did Putin hope to see happen with a Trump victory?
The partial federal government shutdown is now more than three weeks old and there is no clear path forward to reopen the government, according to a post on The Hill’s blog.
The fact is, every generation learns lessons from the last — our parents learned from theirs, we learned from them, and our kids will learn from us.
Our nation’s immigration system is broken and is in desperate need of the crucial resources necessary to protect our communities.
Last month, Gov. Rick Snyder dealt a blow to democracy by gutting the state’s paid sick time law. This was just one of the intentional subversions of democratic process that occurred in the lame-duck session.
Some people suggest that we would be better off setting modest goals instead of unrealistic resolutions.
There is plenty of shame to go around in Washington, D.C., and Lansing, Michigan — these past few weeks especially.
The key to a strong future for Michigan’s children and a strong future for our communities is a strong public education system. Every day, our students count on Grand Haven Area Public Schools to help prepare them for a successful future.
Lame-duck session shenanigans brought Michigan politics to a divisive low.
What is an “academic”? I ask the question because I’ve heard several people use the term recently in ways not entirely flattering. I ask the question because I am an academic.
Amazingly, legislators in the just-ended lame duck session fixed Michigan’s fireworks excesses — a little. The bill passed and signed by the governor hardly manages to stuff the genie back into the bottle.