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  • 1768: Detroit held its first election, appointing Philippe Dejean as judge. 1967: Kay E. Whitfield and Noreen E. Hillary became the first female officers in the Michigan State Police. 1927: Ford Motor Co. ceased production of the iconic Model T, marking the end of an automotive era that shaped American transportation.
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Dulé Hill explores how music can provide solace and healing in Appalachia.
Topic: No fault car insurance protests get louder. Guest: Rep. Tom Kunse (R).
Topic: School aid fight. Guest: Erik Edoff, K-12 School Alliance Superintendent.
Callan “digs” into a career in archaeology and anthropology with Stacey Camp!
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