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Share Your Thoughts With the DNR at Upcoming Meetings
Special Waldron Council Meeting Held On Topic of Ames v. Village of Waldron
New Scam Using Fake Tax Debt Letters
Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey Gives Legislative Update
Championship International Wrestling Fundraiser for Waldron Class of 2021
Missing Hillsdale County Child Located
Two years ago Josh Strickland purchased an antique chair that purportedly spent decades in the old Owosso Post Office. Today a photo was shared in the Historic Owosso Facebook group. In the photo, a man is sitting in a similar chair. While the thread attempts to figure out who is pictured and where in Owosso the photo was taken, one user suggests that it may have been in the old post office.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is investigating possible tuberculosis exposure at several Ascension Medical Group locations.
Ann Arbor’s 2020 deer cull is ending early. The deer management program started Jan. 2 and was expected to end on Jan. 26. City officials announced the conclusion three days early on Thursday, Jan. 23.
A man on an extension ladder above the Cooper Street bridge in Jackson attracted a bit of attention Thursday. The Michigan Department of Transportation employee was installing a traffic camera above the newly constructed bridge.
Grand Rapids is being recognized for being the first city in the country to add fluoride to its drinking water. Grand Rapids added fluoride 75 years ago to fight tooth decay.
Thirteen Detroit firefighters are facing department charges in connection to a photo showing a group of firefighters posing in front of a burning home. The photo was posted to social media on New Year's Day, the home was a total loss.
People in downtown Jackson Thursday afternoon may have seen a gigantic pink pig on wheels. The 800-pound pig came with a message, “Don’t Touch Term Limits”, a grassroots coalition that supported the effort for Michigan lawmakers in the ‘90’s.
The U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development is giving Michigan $73 million to help end homelessness. $1.3 million of that money will go to Antrim, Grand Traverse, and Leelanau counties.