Red Cedar

Radio Made in Michigan
2:36 pm
Fri June 13, 2014

Michigan kayaker, author on state's best paddling

Michigan is famous for being the Great Lake state, but is also permeated by hundreds of rivers and streams.  According to the state Department of Transportation, there are 36,000 miles of streams in Michigan.

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Radio Made in Michigan
12:31 pm
Tue April 16, 2013

Current State #67 | April 16, 2013

Today on Current State: Lansing city budget; Red Cedar now open for fishing ; Wharton Center reveals new season; and a Public Poetry Announcement with Carl Phillips.

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Radio Made in Michigan
12:17 pm
Tue April 16, 2013

Red Cedar welcomes fish and anglers

Yanjie Wang

 In December, the MSU Board of Trustee's lifted a 1960's ordinance, which banned fishing on campus. Students are now allowed to fish the Red Cedar in designated areas. To promote fishing on the river, the Department of Natural Resources released 3,000 fish into the river on Monday. Some MSU students and staff hope welcoming anglers will help improve the river’s reputation. 

NewsRoom
3:59 pm
Mon November 28, 2011

EL superintendent defends Red Cedar decision

The East Lansing school district is preparing for a federal review of allegations of racial bias. The review was triggered by a complaint that its decision to close Red Cedar Elementary School will disproportionately harm students of color at the school.  District officials defend their decision by pointing to various demographic patterns-mainly one that shows a declining student population in the neighborhood. 

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