Saginaw, Michigan

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academic major

Saginaw , Flint (Flint, Michigan) and Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan)) can sometimes also be received in the area. '''Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy''', or SASA, is a small public high school and middle school for developmentally advanced children in Saginaw, Michigan. From its founding in the early 1980s until 1999, it was known as the Center for the Arts & Sciences (CAS). During this period, it was a half-day school utilizing a concentration, or Academic

major major , program to allow students to focus on specialized areas of study, while spending the other half of the day at their home school. In 1999, the name was changed, and SASA became a full day school, allowing students to take other required classes in addition to their concentration. As of the 2009-10 school year the enrollment is nearing 700 full and half day students. The current principal of SASA is Melleretha Moses-Johnson. On September 30, 2006, the Saginaw Spirit


history studies

A Brief History of Lumbering in Michigan publisher Michigan Center for History Studies accessdate 2007-11-27 Neighboring communities, such as Saginaw Charter Township, saw subsequent population increases while the city itself is projected to return to normal population growth after the decades-long structural changes to the economy.


buildings creating

calls for the renovation and redevelopment of four buildings, creating market-rate apartments on the upper floors and retail space at ground level. In 2012, a similar deal was made in regards to the Bancroft and Eddy apartments, located at the same intersection. Once section-8 housing, these buildings will also be transformed into market-rate apartments and retail space.


weekly free

, Michigan Saginaw on its east side and mostly east of Interstate 75 (Interstate 75 in Michigan). The population was 7,845 at the 2000 census (United States Census, 2000). Local media Chesaning's local newspaper is the ''Tri-County Citizen''. Founded in 1983, it is a weekly free paper delivered to over 19,000 area homes. Many residents also subscribe to ''The Saginaw News'', ''The Bay City Times'', the ''Flint Journal'', or the ''Argus-Press'' out of neighboring


production business

and Company, in Bellevue, Ohio at a salary of US$5 per month plus room and board. By 1849, Flagler was promoted to the sales staff of the company at a salary of $400 per month. He eventually left Bellevue and founded the Flagler and York Salt Company, a salt mining and production business in Saginaw, Michigan in 1862 with his brother-in-law Barney York. By 1865, the end of the American Civil War led to a drop in the demand for salt and the Flagler and York Salt Company


past events

thumb 215px A faceoff during the game (Image:OHL-Hockey-Plymouth-Whalers-vs-Saginaw-Spirit.jpg) The 2005-2006 Ontario Hockey League (w:Ontario Hockey League) season kicked off to a start Wednesday night at Wendler arena in The Dow Event Center (w:The Dow Event Center) in Saginaw, Michigan, USA (w:Saginaw, Michigan) with the Saginaw Spirit (w:Saginaw Spirit) hosting the Plymouth Whalers (w:Plymouth Whalers), with over 4,600 people attending. The Whalers won 7 - 2. A high school student is in custody tonight after the alleged shooting of another student in the second floor hallway of a Saginaw (w:Saginaw, Michigan) High School in Michigan (w:Michigan) Thursday. According to Saginaw Public Schools spokesperson Michael Manley, the incident occurred during the lunch period at Saginaw High School (w:Saginaw High School).


original team

''' :''For the blizzard, see Great Lakes Storm of 1913'' The '''Great Lakes Storm''' was a basketball team that played in the Continental Basketball Association for three seasons, beginning in 2002 and ending in 2005. They were based in Birch Run, Michigan, a small town between Flint (Flint, Michigan) and Saginaw (Saginaw, Michigan). The Storm played at the Birch Run Expo Center. The original team was called the Flint Fuze. http


national literary

, a National Literary Landmark. The museum honors one of America's greatest 20th Century poets, who was born and raised in Saginaw. Media Television stations Saginaw is part of Nielsen's (Nielsen Media Research) Flint-Saginaw-Bay City-Midland Designated Market Area which is the 66th largest market in the United States for Television Viewers. thumb 215px A faceoff during the game (Image:OHL-Hockey-Plymouth-Whalers-vs-Saginaw-Spirit.jpg) The 2005-2006 Ontario Hockey League (w:Ontario Hockey League) season kicked off to a start Wednesday night at Wendler arena in The Dow Event Center (w:The Dow Event Center) in Saginaw, Michigan, USA (w:Saginaw, Michigan) with the Saginaw Spirit (w:Saginaw Spirit) hosting the Plymouth Whalers (w:Plymouth Whalers), with over 4,600 people attending. The Whalers won 7 - 2. A high school student is in custody tonight after the alleged shooting of another student in the second floor hallway of a Saginaw (w:Saginaw, Michigan) High School in Michigan (w:Michigan) Thursday. According to Saginaw Public Schools spokesperson Michael Manley, the incident occurred during the lunch period at Saginaw High School (w:Saginaw High School).


world major

; and Bay City (Bay City, Michigan) is about 15 miles northwest on M-15. The ZIP code is 48758. Gagetown is northeast of the Saginaw (Saginaw, Michigan) metropolitan area as well as the village of Caro (Caro, Michigan); two major economic hubs in the region that link Gagetown with the rest of the world. Major highways * passes to the west of the city and connects with the Mackinac Bridge to the north and Saginaw (Saginaw, Michigan) and Detroit, Michigan


growing medical

. "Lansing Campus". Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Retrieved June 18, 2010. The College of Human Medicine has recently gained attention for its expansion into the Grand Rapids area, with the new Secchia Center completed in the Fall of 2010, that is expected to fuel the growing medical industry in that region. Schneider, Keith. "Grand Rapids Lays Foundations for a Health Mecca". ''The New York Times''. July 11, 2007. Retrieved December 10, 2007. operator city-served Saginaw, Michigan Midland, Michigan Bay City, Michigan location Tittabawassee Township (Tittabawassee Township, Michigan), Saginaw County, Michigan '''MBS International Airport''' thumb 215px A faceoff during the game (Image:OHL-Hockey-Plymouth-Whalers-vs-Saginaw-Spirit.jpg) The 2005-2006 Ontario Hockey League (w:Ontario Hockey League) season kicked off to a start Wednesday night at Wendler arena in The Dow Event Center (w:The Dow Event Center) in Saginaw, Michigan, USA (w:Saginaw, Michigan) with the Saginaw Spirit (w:Saginaw Spirit) hosting the Plymouth Whalers (w:Plymouth Whalers), with over 4,600 people attending. The Whalers won 7 - 2. A high school student is in custody tonight after the alleged shooting of another student in the second floor hallway of a Saginaw (w:Saginaw, Michigan) High School in Michigan (w:Michigan) Thursday. According to Saginaw Public Schools spokesperson Michael Manley, the incident occurred during the lunch period at Saginaw High School (w:Saginaw High School).

Saginaw, Michigan

'''Saginaw'''

The city of Saginaw was a thriving lumber town in the 19th century and an important industrial city and manufacturing center throughout much of the 20th century. However, by the late 20th century, Saginaw's industry and its once-strong manufacturing presence declined, leading to increasing unemployment, crime, and a decrease in population (population decline).

Currently, economic development is focused on comparative advantages in innovation, clean energy, and continued manufacturing exports. Compared to other mid-sized communities, Saginaw has a disproportionately high number of patents per employee, and more than 81 times the average US share of jobs in photovoltaic technology research and production. The city continues to have a higher proportion of manufacturing jobs in comparison to the US.

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