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Fight club?

No, just coffee. At left, John Mathers of Mathers Insurance, "Big John," helps Jon Richie of En Gedi Counseling, "Little Jon," with a brief skit about body language, at the Feb. 9 Coffee Club meeting....more >>
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Royal Diner's open 24-7

The former Ram's Horn and Nick's Country Oven on Dixie Highway is now The Royal Diner. It was bought by brothers Martin and Paul Gojcaj, who have been in the restaurant business in metro Detroit for over 20 years....more >>

Keys to debt management

Debt can be a valuable and useful component of an individual's finances, if used efficiently and in moderation. But there are certain "keys" an individual should consider: Liquidity Is Key....more >>
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Born March 2nd
1810: Leo XIII, 256th Roman Catholic Pope.
1829: Carl Schurz, Civil War general, political reformer and anti-imperialist.
1900: Kurt Weill, German-born composer (The Threepenny Opera).
1904: Henry Dreyfuss, industrial designer of everything from telephones to the interior of the Boeing 707.
1904: Theodor Seuss Geisel [Dr. Seuss], author of numerous children's books including The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham.
March 2nd
in history
1867: The first Reconstruction Act is passed by Congress.
1877: Rutherford B. Hayes is declared president by one vote the day before the inauguration.
1889: Congress passes the Indian Appropriations Bill, proclaiming unassigned lands in the public domain; the first step toward the famous Oklahoma Land Rush.
1896: Bone Mizell, the famed cowboy of Florida, is sentenced to two years of hard labor in the state pen for cattle rustling. He would only serve a small portion of the sentence.
1901: Congress passes the Platt amendment, which limits Cuban autonomy as a condition for withdrawal of U.S. troops.