| February 15, 2019
On this edition of Focal Point, get an overview of why people took a cold plunge to raise funds for the Special Olympics. A sorority on campus made special deliveries for Valentines Day, and Lansing joins 49 other counties in Michigan in the text 911 service, allowing people to contact 911 via text if they are unable to call. In sports, MSU men’s basketball defeats Wisconsin, while the women’s team falls behind. Those stories and more this week on Focal Point.
Mason schools improved safety on school buses in December and will soon decide on bids for some of the Phase One building projects from a $69.7 million 2017 bond issue.
The East Lansing City Council recognized former City Manager Ted Staton, who died Feb. 12 at age 63 in Ohio. He was city manager for 16 years.
‘Call if you can, text if you can’t’ is the new motto at the Ingham County 9-1-1 Central Dispatch. Ingham County became the 49th county in Michigan to enact the new service. Residents can now text 9-1-1 if they are in an emergency situation where they are unable to hear or speak.
Princes and princesses were crowned last Friday at the 5th annual ‘Night to Shine’ event. The dance was hosted at more that 655,000 churches from all around the world, celebrating more than 100,000 honorary guests. People were seen walking down the red carpet, getting their own crown or tiara and breaking it down on the […]
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Both mens and women basketball teams were in action at the Breslin Center this week. Also, MSU hockey traveled to Little Cesars Arena to take on in state rival Michigan. Finally, wrestling was home at Jenison field house to take on Cleveland State.
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