8A || Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009 || Central Michigan Life
Carâ€™s engine catches fire Tuesday night
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been talking about,â€? said Cindy Douglas, vice president of business development and attraction for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. â€œIf there arenâ€™t business to create jobs to employee you and me, we donâ€™t have a tax base.â€? Stanley Pruss, director of the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor and Economic Growth, felt the key upcoming jobs would be in energy, life sciences and homeland security. However, the panelists did not agree new jobs would be the only thing the state needs to improve its economic state.
No one injured in Lot 28 By Kelli Ameling Staff Reporter
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Grand Rapids junior Hilary Kavanaugh stands in Lot 28 near Foust Hall Tuesday night as firefighters extinguish a small engine fire that damaged her car.
Pryor said. Sgt. Michael Dunham of the Mount Pleasant Fire Department said when they arrived, the car was engulfed in flames. They were able to put out the fire quickly, but there was a lot of smoke damage, which ruined the inside of the car, Dunham said. â€œThis particular car is completely destroyed,â€? he said. The fire started and stayed mainly under the hood, Dunham said. He does not know what caused the fire because there was too much damage done to the car.
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Brooklyn junior looking to start S.A.D.D. chapter By Emily Grove Staff Reporter