Thursday May 9
Jocelynn Brown: Some divine inspiration becomes flag project
Fiber artist Shirley Bentsen, known for her incredible work as a crazy quilter, was inspired about a year ago to make her first prayer flag one day after ordering a cup of coffee.
Former Wyandotte Resident Uses Tough Childhood to Reach At-Risk Youths
"I want to help kids understand they can become anyone they want, no matter if they are born with privilege or not." -- David Burch When former Wyandotte resident David Burch, 52, was three years old he lived in a shack without running water.
No raining on Mrs. Reid's class in East Jordan
Reid's 2nd grade class at East Jordan Elementary in Charlevoix County. Mrs. Reid had her students engaged in a song and dance as they were learning about the water cycle when we visited.
The Detroit News
Pen pal friendship endures after 66 years
East Jordan -- An international pen pal relationship that began 66 years ago is still going strong between Michigan and Germany.
Detroit Free Press
Coalition weaves brighter future for Michigan-produced natural fibers
Pass by Cora Foley's and Bob Davis' 40 acres near Vermontville and you might expect to see a cow or horse in the rolling pastures that surround their classic 19th Century farmhouse.