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URC Contributes $18.7 Billion to Michigan’s Economy

"Silicon Valley" is not just a comedy on HBO, it's a term that has become synonymous with technology, research, and innovation. It's derived from the San Francisco Bay area in northern California, where a Stanford University professor encouraged his students...

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2018 Design House Has Unprecedented Star Power

It’s almost time for another Designer’s Show House. The biennial event always draws throngs of people eager to see a stunning home, with new twists contrived through the creative genius of some of the region’s top interior designers. This, the...

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Honoring Michigan's First Female Conservation Officer

By all accounts, Huldah Neal was no one to fool with. That’s not to say she wasn’t liked or respected throughout Grand Traverse County, Michigan, which she called home for 70 years. In fact, her 1931 obituary mourned her loss, describing...

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A Quick Guide to the 2018-19 Michigan Fishing Season

Spring marks the start of a new fishing season in Michigan. Every year over 1.2 million anglers take to the lakes and waterways in Michigan, creating a $2.5 billion impact on the local economy. Michigan is home to more than 11,000...

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Experience the Warmth of Lowell, Michigan

Main Street in Historical downtown Lowell is a great place to find what you need and what you want. You will find a palate pleasing mix of new and old, traditional and contemporary and everything in between. Hungry? Lowell has you...

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An Insider's Guide to Enjoying Greenfield Village

It’s a common misconception that Greenfield Village does not open until Michigan’s unofficial start of summer, more commonly known as Memorial Weekend. Actually, while The Henry Ford’s outdoor museum is closed during the majority of the winter, it reopens annually...

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The Glacial Impact Over Time on Our Economy

It’s hard to believe that something that happened over ten thousand years ago, could have a significant affect on the economy today, but that is absolutely true in the case of the state known as Michigan.   While it is difficult to...

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Kalamazoo Coffee Biz Provides Grounds to Do Good

When Mark Smutek first got enamored with an old abandoned gas station in Kalamazoo back in the early ‘90s, it’s a safe bet that he never imagined his efforts would someday help support the dreams of young boxers in Detroit,...

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