|Johannesburg-Lewiston’s Lady Cardinals
have won their first Ski Valley Conference title in volleyball. From front left are managers Kira Peppin, Aubrey Peppin and Madison Peppin. From back left are Natalie Collins, manager, Mark Peppin, assistant coach, Delaney Hogle, Autumn Vermilya, Amanda Korff, Tara Madej, Jamie Burke, Grace Baragrey, Emily Crandell, Kylie Sietman, Kennedy Johnson, Jayden Marlatt, Jocelyn Tobias and Kristine Peppin, head coach.
Lady Cardinals win first ever conference title
The Johannesburg-Lewiston Lady Cardinals won their first ever volleyball Ski Valley Conference title against Bellaire’s Lady Eagles in Johannesburg on Oct. 20. >>
$3.6 million in grants available to target invasive species
About $3.6 million in grants is available to target invasive species in Michigan. >>
77 new COVID-19 testing sites added in state
Nearly 100 free COVID-19 test sites are now available throughout the state with 77 new sites launched through a partnership between the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Walgreens as well as the Michigan Primary Care Association. >>
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