As far as numbers go, Rakeem Cato is a very good player, but to make a run to New York, he will have to go on a tear in the second half of the season.
Four college teams topped 1,000 miles per gallon in specially designed vehicles they built during the SAE “Supermileage” event June 6-7 at Eaton’s Proving Grounds in Marshall.
Diversified manufacturer Eaton Corp. announced that it has provided $8,000 to Western Michigan University in support of three student engineering teams.
Mike Furrey has been named wide receivers coach at Marshall.
A Canadian company’s failure to deal adequately with cracks in an oil pipeline and its slow response to a 2010 rupture in southwestern Michigan likely caused the most expensive onshore oil spill in U.S. history, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday.
A team from Penn State University’s Behrend College won SAE International’s Supermileage engineering competition this year with a fuel efficiency of 1,485 miles per gallon.
Can a car really get 3,300 miles to the gallon? The University of Michigan’s Supermileage Team is on its way to proving it can — with a lawnmower engine.
A Marshall, Michigan manufacutring plant is among the casualties of some big cuts announced by the Campbell Soup Company.
The last of the turtles that were cared for following last summer’s oil spill in southern Michigan have been released into the Kalamazoo River.
The clean-up continues from last July’s oil spill which dumped more than 800,000 gallons from an Enbridge oil pipeline into the Kalamazoo River near Marshall.