WSJM Morning News-04/23/2021

wsjm-morning-news-04/23/2021

WSJM Morning News-04/23/2021

In this edition of WSJM News:

Temperatures dropped into the low 20’s in some areas of the state this week. Michigan Farm Bureau crop insurance manager Kevin Robson has been fielding calls from growers.

A new broadband operator is coming to Berrien County.

The Berrien County Board of Commissioners is being asked to approve a Brownfield reimbursement request for a new apartment development planned in Benton Township.

The days of mass COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Berrien County may be numbered.

State Representative Pauline Wendzel and Logan Center clinical director Kristin Wier are pushing for a change to state law to help ensure children with autism continue to receive vital services without interruption.

Michigan’s elections board has deadlocked on certifying a veto-proof initiative that would enable the Republican-led Legislature to wipe from the books a law Gov. Gretchen Whitmer used to issue sweeping pandemic orders last year.

Michigan is reporting 4,867 new cases of COVID-19 for Thursday.

Some 700 Jeeps will cross the Mackinac Bridge this afternoon in the annual Jeep the Mac event.

Source: WSJM
Full story at: https://www.wsjm.com/2021/04/23/wsjm-morning-news-04-23-2021/

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