Regan is a journalism major, triple-minoring in sports and broadcast journalism, and entrepreneurship. She is expected to graduate in May of 2022. Her journalistic ventures include producing and sideline reporting for BTN Studnet U and interning as a videographer for WILX Channel 10. Other than journalism, her passions include playing and watching golf and working out.
A New Year’s Six bowl game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia; the dream for No. 10 Michigan State and No. 12 Pitt as they battle for the title of 2021 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl champions. But Atlanta would grant only one wish, and it would favor the Spartans this time around. Michigan State Spartans celebrates after winning the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl between Michigan State Spartans and Pittsburgh Panthers in a NCAA college football game Thursday, December 30, 2021, in Atlanta.
It came to her in the middle of the night … she knew she had to start a business. What started as a fundraiser for a child with cancer is now a storefront located in downtown Dewitt. “It blows my mind even today still of how far we’ve come in 10 months,” said Skerratt. Nicolette Skerratt opened Twisted Craft Cocktails a little over a month ago.
As part of Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s proposed budget, money will be added to support a new dementia unit in the state government. For the first time, there would be a dedicated office to handle issues related to the disease. Jennifer Lepard, the Michigan Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association president, said action like the governor is taking wouldn’t be possible without support. Support like the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. They held their 27th annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s at the Lansing capital.
Many small businesses continue to be affected by COVID-19. As the pandemic surges on, businesses are having to adapt as they try to survive these tumultuous times.For one resale boutique in Williamston, they celebrated their one-year anniversary this August. A first-year that was unexpected and full of uncertainty.