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Many of us who live in middle class or upper middle class neighborhoods with beautiful trees, parks nearby and easy access with our cars...
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Spring renewal, spring forward, spring rejuvenation — whatever you call it, it’s time for transition. BY PEACHES MCCAHILL

BY BETH GREEN Ready to leave the winter blues behind? It’s time to discover new books that are not found in your usual corner of...
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IN THE MANNER OF MAYA ANGELOU You can ban me from the public places You can take away my signs You can try to silence...
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GIVEN TO THREE OUTSTANDING WOMEN We are proud to announce this year’s 21st annual Women of Accomplishment award goes to Shirley Green, Jenny Hart Locke...

I know a number of women environmentalists in the West Michigan area from my work as a nonprofit environmental professional and consultant. These women...
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It’s a cold winter night but the ladies gathered at White River Yoga in Montague seem warm in the beautiful old store that has...
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Article by Susan Harrison Wolffis Sometimes, a cartoon is just a cartoon. A million laughs, maybe more; a momentary escape from the world as we know...
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Those who give flowers are the most thoughtful, loving and sophisticated people on earth. Because you did it! It’s not easy being...
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“Roses are red, Salsa is hot Chocolate has calories, Dancing does not.” - Unknown Latin dancing and culture is...
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Meet and Greet Night Well, here I am meeting all the local stars for the big event in February. Everyone is nice—some a little nervous....
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JANUARY IS NATIONAL GLAUCOMA AWARENESS MONTH Currently, more than 3 million people in the United States have glaucoma. The National Eye Institute projects this number...