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"Shiawassee THEN" explores our county's rich history. In episode 3, Josh Strickland gives an overview of a 62-page history of Corunna's dam and its mills that was assembled by Corunna City Manager, Joe Sawyer. The episode also introduces a special Corunna sesquicentennial celebration event happening now!
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Many southeast Michigan residents were in the dark this Thanksgiving. About 106-thousand DTE Energy customers lost power while strong winds battered the region Wednesday.
More than one-thousand families were able to have a Thanksgiving meal thanks to a Holland non-profit. Community Action House provided turkeys and sides to those in need.
A wrong-way driver in Grand Haven is in custody and facing several charges. Ottawa County Sheriff's deputies tried to pull over a vehicle that was going in the wrong direction on U.S. 31 near the Ferrysburg exit Thursday morning.
Firefighters from the South Haven Area Emergency Services spent their Thanksgiving morning battling a fire at Hamlin Farms. Firefighters arrived around 7 a.m. to a grain dryer that was engulfed in flames.
A Michigan doctor and two associates are facing prison after admitting to running an $8 million scam. The scheme worked, by conning UAW members into thinking the prescriptions were free.
Mott Community College Board of Trustees voted Monday to place an $80 million bond proposal on the March 10th ballot. If passed, the bond would go toward continuing the college’s authority to issue bonds for capital improvement projects.
Just in time for the holidays, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says the flu season is peaking early. 38 states are already reporting flu activity. Experts suggest now is the time to act and get a flu shot.
Racers hit the streets of Traverse City Thursday for the region’s 12th Turkey Trot. Runners dashed in the 5K and 5-mile events. Organizers say this year’s event set records with nearly 2,800 participants.
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