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HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) — When she handed her son the last pack of noodles in their kitchen, Betty Mayfield came to a realization — she needed help. In 2009, Mayfield was the single mother of a toddler, a full-time student at the University of...
Tags: Book, Conservation, Authors, Environmental Issues, Family
PLYMOUTH –– Workers at Whitley Products will be returning to work in the near future. Rick Green, interim plant manager and the plant manager when the company first closed in late January, confirmed today that AMI of Michigan bought the...
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ROCKPORT, Ind. (AP) — Opponents of a proposed fertilizer plant in southern Indiana are citing safety concerns arising from last month's deadly explosion at a Texas fertilizer manufacturer as they argue that state officials should block the project....
South Bend TribunePLYMOUTH -- The saga of Whitley Products took another turn for the worse Friday. But, according to Jay Bahr, new executive director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corp., it's not over yet. Bahr said Monday, that even though a potential deal...
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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A lawmaker wants to restrict the use of children in police drug stings after authorities in suburban Detroit used a 14-year-old boy to help bust a suspected drug dealer. Republican state Sen. Mike Kowall of Oakland County's...
Cruise the cracker aisle these days, and you’ll see that competition is really heating up for your snack dollars. Sure the old favorites remain, but now there are lower-fat siblings and store-brand twins—not to mention newer flavors....
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State environmental regulators improperly changed state rules to allow Indiana ethanol refineries to release an extra 150 tons of air pollutants per year, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday. The appeals court overturned...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Some Michigan lawmakers are making another attempt to change the state's high school graduation requirements, which they argue do not provide flexibility to allow students to pursue career and technical education programs....
WSBT-TVNOTRE DAME - One month removed from playing for the BCS national championship, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly and his staff are adding to the foundation of the Irish football program by signing several highly rated high school seniors to national letters of...
An update on a Goshen plant that is moving its work out of the country: The Indiana Department of Workforce Development announced that all workers of Cequent Performance Products are eligible to receive services under the federal Trade Adjustment...
Tags: Employees, Career and Workplace, Mexico
WASHINGTON (AP) — A New Mexico peanut company linked to a recent salmonella outbreak distributed peanut and almond butters after its own internal testing showed the products were contaminated, the Food and Drug Administration says. Sunland Inc....
WSBT-TVELKHART COUNTY – With corn prices going up due to the drought, an Elkhart County farmer is taking a creative approach to find a cheaper way to feed his cattle. His solution? Using ice cream toppings, cookies, and cereal to mix in with the feed....
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