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Jack Tany

Jack Tany was a sports editor and columnist for several regional publications. He is the author of the book “Glory, the History of Saginaw County Sports,” which was a driving force behind the start of the Saginaw County Sports Hall of Fame. Tany has served as the organization’s president since 2007.

Articles by Jack Tany


Executive Sees Strength in Brick-and-Mortar Retail

Brick-and-mortar retail is at risk of falling behind as e-commerce continues to grow exponentially, dominated by Amazon. COVID-19 has put further strain o…

Fully Autonomous Vehicles Forecasted for 2040

If you had hopes of getting behind the wheel of a fully autonomous vehicle anytime soon, start pumping the brakes. That’s according to Scott McCormick, pr…

GM Hopes to put Semiconductor Shortage in its Rearview Mirror Soon

The microchip shortage that caused automakers across the board to pull to the side of the road is something General Motors is hoping to put in its rearview m…

MSU Researchers Study MRSA Risks

Concern continues to rise for agricultural workers who face high levels of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, widely known as MRSA. According to…

Charlotte Offers Businesses Grants to Create More Storefronts

Business districts have faced a multitude of pandemic-related problems over the past year; however, downtown Charlotte is taking steps to address a new and u…

Bonuses, Loan Forgiveness Part of the Recruitment in Jackson Schools

Top pay lures in top talent. That is the mindset Jackson Public Schools is taking in its effort to combat the teacher shortage across Michigan and the nat…

Restauranteurs Show Spirit of Ingenuity with Ghost Kitchens

While brick-and-mortar restaurants continue to slowly recover from the coronavirus, hungry consumers have kept a steady eye — and busy credit card — on the e…

Bowling Centers Look to be Spared from Further Hardships

For Royal Scot Golf & Bowl, it took quite a bit of work, patience and perseverance to continue rolling forward during the COVID-19 chaos. However, the…

Car Show Fans Gear Up for Motor Bella

“When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” is a proverbial phrase used to encourage optimism. Such is the case when organizers announced the cancellation…

Work Begins on Greenwood District Studios

Go big or don’t go at all. Lansing resident and touring comedian Amaru took that adage to heart when he purchased the shuttered theater in the Lansing Mal…

Pollution Levels Decline During Pandemic

A Washington state resident became the first person in the United States with a confirmed case of the novel coronavirus, having returned from Wuhan, China, o…

St. Patrick’s Day Will Be A Test For Bar, Restaurants

One of the biggest nights of the year for celebratory gatherings is right around the corner, but how that may benefit the local bars and restaurants that rec…

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