Eric Bach is a journalism student in the Class of 2021. In addition to his journalism major, he has a minor in sports journalism. His focus is on sports, he works as a broadcaster for the MSU Big Ten Network Student U, and he has contributed to the Spartan Sports Report. He is currently a beat reporter for the Spartan Newsroom, covering Delhi Township and Holt. Eric is from Coldwater, Michigan.
This summer, Delhi Township residents will have a new place for water sports and hiking. Construction has just begun on a new watercraft launch and fishing dock that will be called “Esker Park,” just northeast of the roundabout at Cedar Street and Holbrook Drive in Holt.
After nearly six hours of testimony, 55th District Court Judge Thomas P. Boyd ruled today there is enough evidence against Jacob Ficher, 27, of Lansing and Bdour Al-Yasari, 28, of Holt, to move to a murder trial in the Feb. 4 death of Ammar Al-Yasari.
Holt High School was built in 2003 after a bond passed by a mere seven votes. Hornak said that bond would probably have to pass for air conditioning to be added to schools. There is no timetable for when another proposal is coming to the ballot, but Hornak said it is “in the works.”
The Corey Center provides seniors with a wide variety of activities and socials. There are daily exercise classes coordinated with the local YMCA, euchre and poker nights, movie screenings, book clubs, bingo and guest speakers from the community.
Jacob Joseph Ficher of Lansing and Bdour Al-Yasari were in Ingham County 55th District Court on Thursday for a preliminary examination in the Feb. 4 slaying of Al-Yasari’s husband, Amman, in their Holt home. Judge Thomas P. Boyd set a new hearing date for March 14 to allow more time for attorneys to evaluate evidence.
“Hey hey, ho ho, gender bias has got to go!” chanted a crowd of more than 100 protestors at the January 20 Lansing Women’s March. The protestors met at the MSU Union on January 20 and braved single-digit temperatures. Flanked by Michigan State University Police, the protestors marched from the Union to the Hannah Administration Building. Demonstrators were marching in support of many causes, among them women’s reproductive rights, workplace equality and equal pay, advocacy for victims of sexual assault and LGBTQ+ rights. They were also marching to protest President Donald Trump’s policies on immigration and the proposed border wall.