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Retailers Expect Increase in Holiday Sales

Michigan retailers are expecting slightly better sales over the 2014 holiday period, compared with last year, based on a new survey from the Michigan Retailers Association. MRA spokesman Tom Scott says their September “Michigan Retail Index” survey found 63-percent of retailers expect better holiday sales than a year ago, with …

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MI Agri-Food System Reaches Goal

Governor Snyder says Michigan’s food and agriculture system has surpassed its economic impact goal of $100 billion. According to an interim estimate by the Michigan State University Product Center, Michigan’s agri-food system has reached a total annual economic impact of $101.2 billion. The study was first conducted in 2006 using …

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Hurley Dominates GWC Football All-Stars – Thursday Sports Wrap

High School Volleyball In the final night of action in the high school volleyball regular season tonight… – L’Anse plays at Ontonagon. – Ewen-Trout Creek and Dollar Bay play at a triangular at Lake Linden-Hubbell. – Baraga visits at Chassell. Hurley Dominates Great Western Football Selections Conference champion Hurley dominated …

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