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Finnish Visitors To Discuss World War II

A pair of scholars from Finland will share insights on World War II from a Finnish perspective at a special lecture at 2 p.m.Monday, May 11 at Finlandia University’s Finnish American Heritage Center. Dr. Matti Jutila, a Finnish studies and political science professor who’s currently a visiting professor at the …

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Working Mothers Find It Tough In Michigan

Michigan ranks 35th in the country when it comes to attractiveness for working mothers, according to the personal finance social network Wallethub.com. The study was based on things like child care, professional opportunities and work-life balance, which includes parental leave policies and average length of workdays. Ranking number one overall …

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Bill Seeks To Improve Bridge Safety

A legislative committee in Lansing this week will open discussion on a bill designed to improve bridge safety in the state. The measure, before the Michigan House Transportation committee, would allow the Michigan Department of Transportation to schedule bridge inspections based on safety risks. Current policy requires inspections every two …

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