Trail of the Month: July 2014
Michigan's Macomb Orchard Trail
By Laura Stark
"It's been one of the most positive things to happen for the community. We get so many users on it, and people see the positive impact it has. Everything we hear about the expansion of the trail system has been positive."
A key figure in the congressional debate over refugee children crossing the nation’s Southern border, U.S. Rep. Candice Miller, on Monday blasted the Obama administration for plans to send the arriving Central American kids to detention centers across the country, including a Michigan facility near Frankenmuth.
This year on Memorial Day we once again gave thanks to those who, since the earliest days of our republic, sacrificed their lives to preserve the freedom of a nation.
As we should. They deserve our gratitude, and much more.
When it comes to major spans from Michigan to Canada, Detroit’s Ambassador Bridge and the anticipated New International Trade Crossing get most of the attention. But the state’s other main gateway in Port Huron has waited for more than a decade for funding to complete a customs and border plaza.
CARO — U.S. Representative Candice Miller paid a visit to Caro on Thursday, taking a couple hours to tour the Tuscola Technology Center, 1401 Cleaver Road in Caro.
The visit was part of the congresswoman’s District Work Week, during which she met with residents from Michigan’s 10th district, which includes Huron, Lapeer, Macomb, St. Clair, Sanilac and Tuscola counties.
The City of Detroit is the Motor City and hosts the greatest auto show in the world, the North American International Auto Show. Today, Representative Miller visited the show at the Cobo Center and saw firsthand the fantastic new cars on display that are the main reason our domestic auto industry has returned with such a vengeance.
Blue Water Convention Center Facilities
Today, Representative Candice Miller participated in a walk-through tour of the new Blue Water Convention Center facilities that are currently being built on the site of the former Thomas Edison Inn property.