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Proposal 1 faces ‘uphill battle’

On May 5, Michigan voters will choose whether or not to raise state taxes by $2 billion to fix crumbling roads and infrastructure. Although Proposal 1 would increase the amount of state money Hillsdale County receives

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Women’s basketball welcomes coach

Last week, the Hillsdale Athletic Department announced the hiring of Todd Mitmesser as the new women’s basketball head coach for the 2015-2016 season. Mitmesser is coaching his first practices with the Chargers this week. After 24

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Justice-Templeton retires after 44 years

After almost 50 years spent at Hillsdale as both an undergraduate and a professor, Professor of French Ellen Justice-Templeton ’71 is retiring at the end of this year. Having graduated from Hillsdale in 1971 and completed

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Gina Relays’ history

With the 49th annual Gina Relays starting today, Hillsdale College remembers one of its most decorated athletes. The meet commemorates Gina Van Laar Lanser, the 1988 class Valedictorian, President’s Ball Queen, Outstanding Senior Woman, and the

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BPU issues health advisory after sewage spill

The Hillsdale Board of Public Utilities issued a “No Contact” Health Advisory after untreated sewage water backed up in a pipeline east of Logan Street and spilled out of a manhole into the wetland area between

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