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Sunday June 24th, 2018 - 9:01 pm

Jackson Citizen Patriot

Located deep in the woods south of downtown Jackson: ... See MoreSee Less


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It is beautiful - way too many stairs for me..

No. Thanks

Sandee Rae Kirchner

Emily Audas O'Neil

Kyle Chesney

Nick Kulas Angie Cochran

Kenny Croff

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Sunday June 24th, 2018 - 6:30 pm

Lansing State Journal

While the crowd waited to see sons and daughters receive their high school diplomas, a son waited to see his father cross the stage to receive the diploma he put on hold 47 years ago in order to serve his country. ... See MoreSee Less


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Thank you Mr Garza for you service, and being an inspiration to us all! God Bless you sir!

Thank you so much for your service and congrats on getting your diploma!!!

What a great story for Mr. Garza & his family❤️

Lauren Gonser Faith McLaughlin DaMi Razis I’m not crying you’re crying 😭

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Sunday June 24th, 2018 - 11:01 am

Jackson Citizen Patriot

Ford is giving the public a rare look inside Detroit's iconic train station this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less


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Was there when I was a small child. It was grand. Can hardly wait for it to be refurbished. Finally someone stepped up. Perhaps we can get trains in there now too. Wouldn't that be nice to get on a train and ride to work with no traffic. Perhaps set up a bus depot there to get on to the many jobs in Detroit. Extend stops to where they used to be. Wow. We didn't know how good we had it. Would rather take a train than have to wait at bus stops and transferring constantly..

The train station years ago was just beautiful inside. We used to take the train to Chicago...

Make sure you have a reservation and get an email confirmation, if not you are turned away.

Juggalo tags at 0:30 Whoop Whoop

Going tomorrow 😍

That's cool.

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Sunday June 24th, 2018 - 7:55 am

Lansing State Journal

After 14 years, State Senator Rick Jones is not seeking reelection. He is the most successful lawmaker in Michigan history. Here are the highlights. on.lsj.com/2I9iEzJ ... See MoreSee Less


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Time for him to go. As stated previously, time for lobbying—rich, white, privileged lobbying. Maybe for the nra? Or for profit schools? Or for profit prisons? It’ll be interesting to see who buys him.

Every bill he introduced was a headline the week before. "Success" must be a synonym for "grandstanding."

A man of honor and high standards who stands strong against the failures of the horrendous liberal ideologies, thank you for your service Senator and God bless you.

I guess LSJ and I have a different idea of what "successful" means.

Don't worry. Rick will get a job with a lobbying firm, likely owned by the DeVosses, and start making the big bucks while screwing the citizenry.

Glad he's retiring, Sick of him and his conservative ways.

He is Term Limited. Rick unfriended me when I disagreed with him. Never very openminded on issues important to me.

One thing I don’t is he always wants to raise speed limits. People drive like they are possessed as it is.

Sure, he rolls out Reefer Madness bills with astonishing regularity. What an incredibly out-of-touch politician.

He is not successful just because he was in the majority and his buddies passed stupid laws with him!!



Hehas been spectacular failure

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