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PUBLIC HEALTH ALERT

Eastern Equine Encephalitis, a mosquito-borne illness, has resulted in three recent deaths in Michigan.  The Shiawassee County Health Department is warning residents to take precautions.

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HQ Fun Bunker Will Host Car Show Trunk Or Treat Event

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Byron Eagles Homecoming Week Set to Take Flight

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Owosso Community Players Introduce New Organizational Name and Brand Identity

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Rep. Frederick Supports Record Funding for Mid-Michigan Students

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Girl Scouts Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser on Saturday

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Shiawassee THEN Episode 2 - 8.31.19

Learn about the Owosso-made Autocycle. Fewer than 350 of these unique jet-car-motorcycle hybrids were produced between 1984 and 1990 by Owosso Motor Car Company.

LINKS FOR REFERENCE: 
autocycles.org
bike-urious.com

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FOR KING & COUNTRY F. DOLLY PARTON "GOD ONLY KNOWS (REMIX)"

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RECENT OBITUARIES

David W. Forrest, 45, of Durand
Wayne A. Reid, 91, of Lennon
Jack J. Herriman, 77, of Lennon
John C. Rosser, 89, of Vernon
Helen M. Booth, 91, of Swartz Creek

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TOP STORY

Community Mourns Sudden Passing of Stomping Grounds Owner

Dave Forrest Was 45 Years Old

Posted by Durand Now at 11:38am 9/2/19

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David Forrest passed away unexpectedly early Sunday morning, September 1st, his wife and partner at Stomping Grounds Coffee Shop, Jacquie said. He was just 45 years old. 

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9/15/19 Update

General Motors says its disappointed in the UAW's decision to call a strike. The automaker said it's made every effort to reach a deal on a new contract with the United Auto Workers.

Police are warning the public about a rise in vehicle thefts in West Michigan. The Combined Auto Theft Team has tracked a 25-percent increase in car thefts in the area this year. 

Seniors at North Farmington High School are carrying on a fun back-to-school tradition. The students are taking to social media to share their new student I.D. photos in which many wore costumes and dressed up as internet memes.   

The Greater Michigan Chapter
of the Alzheimer's Association hosted its annual Walk to End Alzheimer's fundraiser in Grand Rapids Sunday morning. The event took place at The Meadows at Millennium Park. 

The United Auto Workers union extended contracts with Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles and Ford Motor Company. Contracts with all three companies expired Saturday, GM's contract is the only one set to run out. 

Students at Doyle-Ryder Elementary School learned how to defect bullying with words. Master Jeff Wheeler and his karate teammates held a lesson on strategies to defeat a bully, none that include physical violence. 

Potter Park Zoo won top honors for promoting diversity. The Zoo in your Neighborhood program was nationally recognized, winning top honors for the Angela Peterson Excellence in Diversity Award. 

Hunters: small game season is open. Cotton-tail rabbits, snowshoe hare and ruffed grouse are up for grabs as of Sunday. The DNR says you will need at least a base hunting license which costs $11. 

 

 

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