WEMU Local
8:42 am
Wed September 28, 2005

Issues of the Environment

Ypsilanti, MI – Terri Blackmore is the executive director of the Washtenaw Area Transportation Study, or WATS. She's this week's guest on WEMU's Issues of the Environment. Click on the audio icon to hear more about establishing a light rail line between Detroit and Ann Arbor:

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WEMU Local
5:32 pm
Tue September 27, 2005

EMU-CMU Football Highlights Package

Ypsilanti – Click on the audio icon to hear highlights from Saturday's game.

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WEMU Local
9:52 am
Mon September 26, 2005

HVHS Shelters Refugee Critters from Hurricane

Ypsilanti, MI – Some pets rescued from hurricane Katrina are finding new homes in Washtenaw County. Click on the audio icon for more on the story from WEMU's Bob Eccles:

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WEMU Local
8:48 am
Fri September 23, 2005

EMU Update

Ypsilanti, MI – Eastern Michigan University President John Fallon the Third says EMU is off to a great start this fall. Click on the audio icon to hear more in his interview with WEMU's David Fair:

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WEMU Local
8:44 am
Thu September 22, 2005

Issues of the Environment

Ypsilanti, MI – With home heating costs predicted to climb as much as 71 percent this winter, homeowners might consider an energy audit to save a bit of money. Click on the audio icon to hear this week's Issues of the Environment from WEMU.

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WEMU Local
8:40 am
Thu September 22, 2005

Cinema Chat

Ypsilanti, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear this week's Cinema Chat from WEMU.

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WEMU Local
9:20 am
Tue September 20, 2005

Lack of State Funding Hurting Ypsilanti

Ypsilanti, MI – About a hundred people crowded into a room at Perry School in Ypsilanti Monday night for the second in a series of public meetings on the city's financial crisis. Click on the audio icon to hear more from Monday night's forum from WEMU's Bob Eccles:

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WEMU Local
9:16 am
Tue September 20, 2005

Parking Structure Demolition on Hold

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WEMU Local
9:11 am
Tue September 20, 2005

Mayor Wants Energy Use Goals

Ann Arbor, MI – Ann Arbor Mayor John Heiftje says he hopes the city sets definite goals soon for reductions in energy use by the city.
Heiftje told city council Monday night that he'd like to see the city use 20 percent green energy by 2015 or sooner.
He says a variety of green energy sources, including wind power, could help the city achieve that goal.
Heiftje says additional bike paths and bike lanes would encourage non-motorized transportation, thus reducing the amount of greenhouse gasses produced in the community.

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WEMU Local
3:09 pm
Mon September 19, 2005

Genyk Focused on Repeating In-State Success

Ypsilanti – Eastern Michigan head coach Jeff Genyk wants his players to forget about Saturday's 55-0 loss at Michigan.

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