WSJM Morning News-9/23/2020

WSJM Morning News-9/23/2020

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In this edition:

  • The battle against the coronavirus pandemic is still underway across the country, with more than 200,000 Americans killed by the disease.
  • The Benton Harbor Area Schools Board of Education has agreed to grant emergency powers to Superintendent Andrae Townsel so he can quickly respond to COVID-19 developments during this pandemic year.
  • Of Michigan’s roughly 7.7 million registered voters, 31% so far are planning to vote absentee in November.
  • Congressman Fred Upton is remembering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as “a thoughtful, gentle woman who, with real precision, could disarm any argument with respect from all sides.”
  • The Berrien County Sheriff’s Department is reminding everyone of the importance of locking their vehicles.
  • The Michigan Department of Transportation is holding a virtual career fair this fall.
  • Southwestern Michigan College has started the new academic year with more students than expected.
  • The South Haven Area Community Foundation is making a final push for donations for the city’s upcoming splash pad.

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