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New Delta College Downtown Saginaw Center Moves Forward, Scheduled to open Fall of 2019

New Delta College Downtown Saginaw Center Moves Forward, Scheduled to open Fall of 2019 Hot

Delta College will soon have a new home in downtown Saginaw as plans move forward for a 35,000 square foot learning center building. Delta College received construction authorization in the 2018 fiscal year budget for the State of Michigan, signed in July by Governor Snyder. The total Saginaw Center project...

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KMS Creative Group to host Kids Fest featuring free school supplies and family fun

KMS Creative Group to host Kids Fest featuring free school supplies and family fun Hot

On Saturday, August 26, 2017, from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm, KMS Creative Group will host the 3rd Annual Great Lakes Bay Kids Fest. This year’s festivities will take place in the large empty lot across the street from TV5 and Michigan Works. KMS has hosted this free, family event...

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Congressman Dan Kildee  tours CMU College of Medicine in Saginaw

Congressman Dan Kildee tours CMU College of Medicine in Saginaw Hot

SAGINAW, MI. – Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) toured Central Michigan University (CMU) College of Medicine on Tuesday, August 15, 2017,  in Saginaw. During the visit, Kildee received a tour of the new facility and have lunch with medical students.   The CMU College of Medicine welcomed its first class of...

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President Trump Approves Gov. Snyder’s Request for Disaster Declaration due to Mid-Michigan Flooding

President Trump Approves Gov. Snyder’s Request for Disaster Declaration due to Mid-Michigan Flooding

LANSING, Mich.- Gov. Rick Snyder today announced President Donald Trump has declared a major disaster area for four counties in mid-Michigan due to severe storms on June 22-23 that resulted in severe flood damage. The affected counties include: Bay, Gladwin, Isabella and Midland, as well as the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe...

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SVSU students to help homeless women and children through 2017 Battle of the Valleys

SVSU students to help homeless women and children through 2017 Battle of the Valleys Hot

Saginaw Valley State University students will direct their passion for supporting the community by raising funds for an organization that helps homeless women with children during the 15th annual “Battle of the Valleys” fundraising competition. SVSU students will raise funds for The Mustard Seed when they compete against their rivals...

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Democratic candidates vying to be Michigan’s governor are set to debate in Flint

Democratic candidates vying to be Michigan’s governor are set to debate in Flint

FLINT, MI — Four Democratic candidates for governor of Michigan are expected to participate in a Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, debate at the University of Michigan Flint’s Harding Mott University Center in the Kiva room starting at 5:30 p.m. Candidates Bill Cobbs, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, Shri Thanedar and Gretchen Whitmer...

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Celebrating 25 years of service with Kathy Conklin

Celebrating 25 years of service with Kathy Conklin

Kathy Conklin is celebrating her 25 years of service as the executive director of the Saginaw County Business & Education Partnership (SCBEP). During Kathy’s tenure, the SCBEP has established breakthrough approaches to workforce development. Kathy is a founding member and administrator of the Great Lakes Bay Employer Resource Network with...

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Michigan Hispanic Latino Commission Launches Back-to-School Backpack Program

Michigan Hispanic Latino Commission Launches Back-to-School Backpack Program

The Michigan Hispanic Latino Commission (HLCOM), led by new Executive Director Felipe Lopez-Sustaita, is launching a Back-to-School Backpack initiative to help children in the Hispanic/Latino community be prepared for the coming school year. The program aims to gather 500 backpacks with supplies for children in the areas of Lansing, Flint...

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MB Celebrates 15 Years!

“We congratulate The Michigan Banner on 15 years of serving our community, providing important coverage on issues vital to our community. The Banner has long recognized the many ways in which SVSU engages with our community to improve public safety, health care, education, business and many other elements that contribute to our overall quality of life. We wish you continued success.”

 

Don Bachand

President

Saginaw Valley State University