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The Hannah Center and the high school gyms this week were filled with Trojan and Junior Trojan players sharpening their basketball skills. ELi's Mark Meyer reports on the success of the Andre Hutson Basketball Camp.
To say that John Duley has lived a full life might be the understatement of the year. At 98, the former campus minister and MSU faculty member shows no sign of slowing down. ELi's Ann Kammerer captures the spirit of a man who continues to inspire.
Want to express your gratitude to those who open their homes to you this holiday season with a thoughtful gift from a local merchant? From socks to vodka, Jessy Gregg tells you what she found in downtown EL (and where you can park.)
"We spend more time with these dogs than we do with any person on this earth," Connelly says of being a K-9 handler. "It's rare that they're not with us 24/7 and it's a bond that goes beyond any personal pet. You see dangerous things together. You see the highs and lows of police work together. You go to calls where people have lost their lives, hurt themselves or hurt other people. You see the whole spectrum of life."
Blue Owl Coffee founder Nick Berry is bringing his coffee bike to East Lansing on weekday mornings. We talked to him and City staff member Heather Pope to learn about how the new concessionaire licensing program is working.
Native writer/advocate/activist and educator Sara Marie Ortiz will be reading from her collection Red Milk and her second forthcoming collection Savage: A Love Story today at 1:00 p.m. at MSU's Lookout Gallery.