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Mounties Remain Undefeated in Tennis Action

Northwest High School tennis player Brogan Buchler returns a shot during a contest on Monday against Columbia Central High School.  Photo by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. By Jeff Steers JTV Sports Two teams headed in different directions – literally – met on the tennis courts on Monday. Northwest High School – who will play all matches away this season – traveled to Columbia Central High School – who has yet to play an away match. The Mounties improved to 7-0 with an 8-0 win over CCHS. The Golden Eagles are 0-4 after competing against four bigger schools to start the season. Both teams have improved numbers and youth on their side. Northwest has 25 players on the team while CCHS has doubled its size in the last couple of weeks with 14 players. “Just over four years ago Northwest didn’t have a team,” Coach Ron Woodruff said. “We started with some freshmen and sophomores … it was pretty ugly.” But the Mounties have improved and suddenly they are experienced, according to Woodruff. “Now, our student-athletes are athletic and committed to the sport,” Woodruff said. The only thing against the Mounties is the COVID-19 pandemic. Work was scheduled to improve the…

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Northwest at Columbia Central Tennis 8-31-20 | Photo Gallery

High school tennis Northwest at Columbia Central, Monday, Aug. 31, 2020.  Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports.  To order prints or downloads, click here. High school tennis Northwest at Columbia Central, Monday, Aug. 31, 2020.  Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports.  To order prints or downloads, click here.

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City of Jackson Continues Neighborhood Street Resurfacing Projects

(August 31, 2020 4:50 PM) Three neighborhood streets on Jackson’s west side with crumbling pavement and outdated sidewalks are getting big overhauls this fall as an ongoing street improvement project continues. Thompson, Durand and Higby streets between Carlton Boulevard and W. Michigan Avenue will all see improved sidewalks, new sidewalk ramps, repaired curbs and fresh pavement. The resurfacing project started today and is expected to wrap up in early October. The first step is removing sidewalk ramps, hazardous sections of sidewalk and damaged curbs. Once the concrete replacement work is complete, crews will start work to resurface the streets. A new single layer of hot mix asphalt will be applied to the road surface. The City’s Engineering Division has been working on resurfacing residential streets in Jackson’s west side neighborhood over the past two years. In fall 2018, nearly one mile of S. Grinnell Street was resurfaced. The project intensified during the 2019 construction season, as crews resurfaced large sections of Thompson, Durand and Higby streets. These final sections being worked on this fall marks the completion of the resurfacing project. The resurfacing work on these three streets intersects the ongoing effort to fully reconstruct W. Franklin Street with new…

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Henry Ford Allegiance Health Named LGBTQ Health Care Equality Leader for 2020

(August 31, 2020 4:36 PM) Henry Ford Allegiance Health has been named a 2020 “LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader” by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization.   Henry Ford Allegiance Health stated they are proud to continue a partnership with the Human Rights Campaign Foundation in their work to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people. Designated by the Foundation as an LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader for the second consecutive year, Henry Ford Allegiance Health is committed to continuous evaluation and advancement in the care provided to its LGBTQ friends, families and neighbors. Henry Ford Allegiance Health is one of only six hospitals in the state of Michigan designated as an LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader.  The others are Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit; Henry Ford Macomb, Henry Ford West Bloomfield, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospitals; and VA Battle Creek Medical Center. Dedicated to providing exceptional care for all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, physical or mental ability, religion, sex, age, gender expression or sexual orientation, Henry Ford Allegiance Health strives to promote the principles of diversity and inclusion among staff, physicians and leaders.…

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Michigan Reports 451 Coronavirus Cases Today, State Total Now 102,468

(August 31, 2020 3:23 PM) Michigan reported 451 coronavirus (COVID-19) positive test cases today, with the state reported total now at 102,468. The State of Michigan is reporting 7 COVID-19-related death today, with the state total at at 6,480.  State Cumulative Total of Recovered COVID-19 Cases (as of 8/28/2020): 76,151.  This information is updated daily at 3 p.m., with COVID-19 results included as of 10 a.m.

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