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Journalists discuss state issues at February’s Good Morning Livingston

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Two of Michigan’s most-respected journalists will discuss current Michigan issues during a moderated discussion at the Tuesday, Feb. 10, Good Morning Livingston program. Nolan Finley, the editorial page editor at the Detroit News, and Paul Egan, of the Detroit Free Press’ Lansing bureau, will explore state issues in a discussion…

Economic forecast kicks off 2015 Good Morning Livingston programs

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Renowned economist Robert Dye of Comerica Bank will deliver the Howell chamber’s annual economic forecast at the Good Morning Livingston set for 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13, at The Johnson Center at Cleary University, 3750 Cleary Drive in Howell. Dye’s always insightful and interesting forecast will cover local, state and…

Renewable energy on tap for November Good Morning Livingston

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The business case for renewable energy in Michigan is the topic of the Nov. 11 Good Morning Livingston program. David Harwood, director of renewable energy at DTE, will also provide attendees with the latest information on what the state is generating in renewable energy, including wind, solar, biomass and more.…

General election season brings Tim Skubick to Howell for October’s Good Morning Livingston program

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Just in time for Election Day, pundit Tim Skubick will give his unique spin on the political season at the October GML program, set for 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14, at the Johnson Center at Cleary University. Smart, energetic, engaging and immensely entertaining, Skubick will give us his view of…

Economic indicators pointing up in Livingston County

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A seller’s market in Livingston County real estate, a record number of building permits, increased equity in homes, major decrease in foreclosures, major manufacturing investments, development around the Latson Road interchange, and a jail expansion are all signs that the economy is heading up in Livingston County. That was the…