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On Wednesday, April 29, 2015 more than 130 students from local high schools learned real-life lessons in budgeting and the cost of living as the Michigan Credit Union League (MCUL), in association with the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center (MACTC), presented a “Reality Fair.”
Jessica Brewster's attorney came to her sentencing for fatally smothering her newborn daughter expecting Brewster might be freed, with a provision her criminal record be wiped clean after a successful probation.
Recent Muskegon High School graduate Asia Hardeman's volunteer efforts attracted the attention of her peers, college scholarship boards and one other important person: the President of the United States of America.
A big concern for poor and minority children over the summer is the persistent "achievement gap" in our country. By most accounts, the gap spans the course of a child's formal education and is ground that is never made up.
Chase Boucher didn't have any desire to go to Disneyland when given the chance as part of the Make-A-Wish program, his mother said.