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The ‘hearing bone’s’ connected to the what?

The ‘hearing bone’s’ connected to the what?

Once upon a time, before people knew any better, they thought that hearing loss was simply a part of growing older – something not worth doing much about. They were…

Expert tips for adding top home design trends to your holiday decor

Expert tips for adding top home design trends to your holiday decor

From decking the halls to trimming the tree, everyone loves the tradition of decorating their home for the holiday season. It’s a time to pull out heirloom pieces and blend…

Overactive bladder: a common condition many women struggle with privately

Imagine having a common medical condition that requires you to plan around it and causes embarrassment and daily disruptions. These repeated disruptions are common for women with overactive bladder, or…

Spring-prep steps for your sun-friendly skylights

Spring-prep steps for your sun-friendly skylights

When spring finally arrives, windows and skylights across the country will open, as happy homeowners revel in all that sunshine and warm, fresh air. But before you can savor spring,…

Wake up to why you might be tired all the time

Wake up to why you might be tired all the time

With busy schedules, it’s inevitable to feel sleepy once in a while. But habitually falling asleep during the day while watching TV, reading a book, or in the middle of…

District basketball pairings have local feel

The survivor of the MHSAA girls Class B District in Olivet will have certainly earned a championship. The loaded District features Kalamazoo Valley Association champion Olivet as well as the…

Hooping For A Cure serves as community rally against cancer

Other than the actual Relay for Life of Charlotte, nothing brings people together to fight cancer quite like the annual Hooping For A Cure event at Charlotte High School. This…

Generation E to launch March 3 for Charlotte students

Following months of training and planning, the Generation E program is ready to launch in Charlotte. Driven by local volunteers, John Bailey, Laurie Newland and Rick Todd, the six-week course…

Series of conversations create connection between students, business community

Series of conversations create connection between students, business community

For years, members of the Can Do! Youth Pillar have brainstormed ways to improve the connection between the youth in the community and those that work outside the school district.…

Charlotte’s Challender, Wales head to State Finals

Charlotte’s Challender, Wales  head to State Finals

Capping off solid seasons, Charlotte High School varsity wrestlers, Chase Challender and Eric Wales have punched their ticket to the MHSAA Division 2 individual wrestling State Finals. The two will…

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