LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – Up to 150 workers at McLaren hospital could have their jobs outsourced if contract negotiations with a local union fall through. Sharon Taylor, president of the Local 459 of theget more >>
Up to 150 workers at McLaren hospital could have their jobs outsourced if contract negotiations with a local union fall through.get more >>
SUMMIT TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLNS) - More than 130 Jackson-based Michigan National Guard soldiers are back home after a nine-month deployment in Afghanistan.
The 1461st Transportation Company received a warm homecoming at Lumen Christi Catholic High School in Summit Township Thursday afternoon.
The troops were responsible for driving trucks in Afghanistan. Their mission was to get heavy equipment from one part of the country to another. During their deployment, four were injured in an IED explosion, but all made it back home alive. Those four were honored with purple hearts.
"I'm very happy we made it home safely. It was a humbling experience to see another part of the world, but I'm just glad to be home," said Spc. Matt LaFave.
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