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Learn how to preserve food for gifts

A gift that has been homemade can be enjoyed long after the special day has come and gone. Preserving Food for Gifts will teach participants how to safely make homemade preserved gifts that others can enjoy. Join Lisa Treiber, Michigan State University Extension Food Safety Educator for a demonstration style program to learn about several […]

Stevens receives Witbeck Scholarship

Jason Stevens is this year’s recipient of the Witbeck Scholarship to Mid Michigan Community College (MMCC). This renewable scholarship provides full tuition for up to 12 credit hours, fees, and required textbooks at the college. Stevens, a Clare resident, is a Business Information Systems student at MMCC. He will begin his second year in the […]

Lakers Aug. 19 golf outing to benefit MMCC athletics

Lakers Aug. 19 golf outing to benefit MMCC athletics

The Mid Michigan Community College Lakers Golf Outing is set for Friday, Aug. 19, at Snow Snake. This full day of golf  helps support the MMCC men’s and women’s basketball teams and the hockey club. The day kicks off with a 9 a.m. shotgun start and includes lunch at the turn and dinner after golf. […]

Sweat Shaker: A race for all mountain biking skills

Sweat Shaker: A race for all mountain biking skills

Registration is now open for the Sweat Shaker Mountain Bike Race, an annual event set for Saturday, June 25, on the Harrison campus of Mid Michigan Community College. Presented by the Northern Chapter of the Michigan Mountain Biking Association (MMBA) and Mid Michigan Community College, the Sweat Shaker is part of the MMBA Championship Point […]

How foods can help heal common ailments

(StatePoint) When you’re not feeling well, conventional wisdom says you should reach for over-the-counter or prescription remedies. But many experts point out that foods have healing properties that can be complementary in helping to treat common ailments and prevent illness. “The concept of using food as medicine isn’t a new one; however, the evolution of […]

Father’s Day gift ideas for outdoor dads

(StatePoint) Does Dad love the great outdoors? Show you care this Father’s Day by helping him gear up for upcoming adventures. There are many different gift options for outdoor dads, whether he’s a hiker, angler or grill master. Camping and hiking Help Dad avoid dull blades far away from home with a portable sharpener. Those […]

Get more bang for your buck when buying a used car

(StatePoint) Everyone knows used cars are cheaper. But how do you make sure you are not getting a lemon? Don’t rule out a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle, say experts. “A CPO is not just hype from the automotive industry,” says Rob Christman, director of Sales, Fixed Operations at Cox Automotive. “The certification process offers a […]