Bay City Opts into Medical Marijuana Legislation

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With neighboring townships already benefiting from medical marijuana ordinances, Bay City has agreed to start work on its own. Ed Clements is 8th Ward Commissioner and a supports the initiative.

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The First State of the Bay Conference Comes to Bay City

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It’s the first time the Saginaw Bay Watershed Initiative will bring together experts to talk about not only issues around the Saginaw Bay, but the rivers and tributaries that connect to it. The State of the Bay Conference is set for September 27th.

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Upcoming Events Hope to End Debilitating Disease

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Alzheimer’s disease is just one of many forms of dementia and affects tens of thousands of people throughout Michigan. Three local fundraiser walks are planned over the next few weeks to help raise awareness and end the stigma surrounding the debilitating disease.

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VA Makes Updates for Patient Benefit

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Changes to the campus of the Aleda Lutz Veteran’s Affairs Hospital will improve patient experiences. The hospital's Public Information Officer says plans are to give the decades old hospital a more modern feel.

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Veterans Invited to Local Expo

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Getting Information out to veterans of any age is the plan behind an expo next week. Delta College will host the Veterans Expo in conjunction with the Great Lakes Bay job fair.

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Academy gives students a choice in education

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With fewer manufacturing jobs, the recession and young people leaving the state, skilled trade jobs are being left unfilled. The Greater Michigan Construction Academy is working to change that.

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Walk-a-thon Hopes to Raise Awareness of Disease

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Sickle Cell walk in Saginaw promotes awareness.

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Peaceful Silence comes to Midland's Tridge on Sunday

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Sunday is Grandparent’s Day and one local activist wants the commemoration to also be a call for peace. The Non-Violence Peaceforce will hold a 30 minute silence to promote world peace.

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River of Time Returns to Bay City

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Hundreds of re-enactors from various eras in American History will give demonstrations of more than battles during River of Time.

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Tridge Walk Celebrates Community

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While tens of thousands of people walk across the Mackinac Bridge on Monday, hundreds will celebrate a local landmark.

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State Police Step Up Patrols this Weekend

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Michigan State Police will participate in Operation C.A.R.E. and "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" to help reduce traffic fatalities over the long holiday weekend.

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Habitat For Humanity Helps Veterans and Others

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The Saginaw-Shiawassee Habitat for Humanity recently finished repairs to two more homes owned by military veterans.

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McLaren Warns of Phone "Spoofing" Scam

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One local medical center is warning people of an identity spoofing scam. Kate Hoffman is Marketing and Communications Specialist at McLaren and advises hanging up on callers.

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New Scholarship Invites Creativity

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Students from all over the state of Michigan are invited to participate in a new scholarship program launched this summer. Jue Wang is one of the scholarship co-founders talks about the contest.

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Local Volunteers help in Texas flooding

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Four local Red Cross volunteers were deployed over the weekend to help flooding victims in Houston, Texas. Tony Lasher spokesman for the Central Bay Chapter of the American Red Cross talks about ways to get involved.

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