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The Colorful Power of One

Every day this month Cathy Cieglo is wearing the color teal. Teal-colored shirts, sweaters, pants, and skirts. She scoured thrift shops to add the color to her wardrobe, and even painted her toenails teal. Her colorful way isn’t just a fashion statement, but a heartfelt cause.

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Save the Date! 5th Annual Lucy Ann Lance Hometown Christmas Radio Show

The 5th Annual Lucy Ann Lance Hometown Christmas Radio Show will broadcast live from the Ann Arbor City Club on Saturday December 14, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Join us for an old-fashioned radio variety show featuring music, stories, local celebrities, holiday cheer, refreshments and much more!  It’s free and open to the […]

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Gas Taxes: Where Does the Money Go?

Gas prices appear headed below a nationwide average of $2 a gallon in coming days, one of the swiftest declines on record. Average pump prices—$2.04 a gallon last Thursday—are now down more than 40% since last June, when they stood near $3.68 a gallon, according to the auto club AAA. Gas prices are below $2 a gallon in 27 states, including Michigan. Is this the perfect time to raise the Federal gas tax? Is there a concern that prices are too low, causing consumers to buy bigger vehicles with lower gas mileage per gallon? Will this hurt sales of hybrid and electric vehicles? Will higher Federal gas taxes help to correct this problem? What is the “Right Thing to do?”

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There is a Chance for Cooperation

We have already heard a lot about the potential conflicts between the new Republican controlled Congress and President Obama. But is there at least one issue that may get both sides on the same page? President Obamawas trying last year to get a number of trade agreements approved in Congress. However, Harry Reid basically said any trade authorizations were dead on arrival in the Senate. Can the Republican controlled House and Senate work with President Obama to pass new trade deals? Will the Democrats try to derail the deals? Would new trade agreements help the US economy? Should these agreements be a top priority in 2015? What is the “Right Thing to do?”

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Slow Cooker Simplified

What’s for dinner? If that question stresses you out, reach for the tools that can simplify evening meals. On hectic weeknights your crockpot or slow cooker can be your best friend! Preparing dinner with a slow cooker is an easy way to get all the nutrients of a home-cooked meal without slaving over a hot stove for hours.

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Natural Ways to Fight Colds & Flu

Sniff, hack, wheeze and cough; we’re riding out the cold and flu season with allergy season just around corner! Boost your immune system and ease that stuffy nose and cough naturally with healing foods and herbs.

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