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New Facebook Group Dedicated to Durand History

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Luke Duke Back for Another Hazzard County Christmas

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UPSHIA.COM Goes Christmas

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New Shiawassee Radio Podcast Explores History of Corunna Dam, Mills

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Shiawassee County Veterans Day Parade Canceled

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Closings and Delays

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Shiawassee Radio Series: Shiawassee THEN Episode 3

"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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RECENT OBITUARIES

Ann L. Zick, 67, of Durand
Elaine B. McEwen, 89, of Owosso
Jack L. Cyr, 86, of Byron
Barbara L. Bowers, 91, of Durand
Danny L. Johnston, 61, of Durand

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Unlicensed Teen Driver Injured In Tuesday Crash

Crash Occurred Near Durand and Goodall Roads

Posted by Durand Now at 3:44pm 10/24/19

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A 15 year old Durand teen was injured in a one vehicle crash on Tuesday evening near the intersection of Durand and Goodall roads, an email from the Shiawassee County Sheriff's Office to Durand Now says.

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11/10/19 Update

Kalamazoo County residents may notice lower water levels on Morrow Lake. The county sheriff's office says the lake is being lowered 13 feet so crews can perform maintenance on the Dam's spillway gates.

Billboards in Lansing and Oakland County are taking aim at one of Governor Gretchen Whitmer's budget vetoes. The billboards note how Whitmer campaigned on fixing the state's roads but vetoed 375-million-dollars in road spending.   

The Detroit Medical Center and its academic partner Wayne State University no longer have their accreditation. The accreditation was lost partly because of a deteriorating partnership between the school and the medical center.   

The Salvation Army of Kent County has kicked off its Red Kettle Campaign. The bells began ringing at noon Friday at the Knapp's Crossing D&W in Grand Rapids.   

A local court's online ticket resolution program is being expanded. The 36th District Court in downtown Detroit announced the ticket program will now allow certain traffic civil infractions to be resolved online. 

Flint Police Chief Timothy Johnson resigned effective at noon Friday so he can run for Genesee County sheriff next year. He made the announcement around 11 a.m. in a letter to outgoing Mayor Karen Weaver. 

The Michigan Secretary of State's Office is out with a list of who will be on the primary ballot in March. Among this list are three Republicans challenging President Trump. Eighteen Democrats will also be on the ballot. 

Each year on Nov. 11, America honors its veterans throughout the country. Area students will join veterans for a parade in downtown Petoskey, ending in Pennsylvania Park for a flag-folding ceremony. 

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