Bottles of Federal Grove pure maple syrup, produced by the family of Glasgow residents Larissa and Jordan Woodie, are for sale in the Green Market Cooperative store on North Race Street in Glasgow. The Woodies also sell the syrup at the Bounty of the Barrens farmers market.Amanda Loviza Vickery / Glasgow Daily Times
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A federal judge ruled Dec. 3 that Detroit met the conditions for Chapter 9 bankruptcy. Now a question that's been simmering for months is coming to a boil: Should the Detroit Institute of Arts - one of the country's finest art museums and perhaps the city's greatest cultural asset - sell some or all of its collection to satisfy creditors?
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