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February 24th
A Republican state lawmaker has changed his mind about supporting an income tax bill. Representative Jason Sheppard of Temperance says he initially indicated to House leadership that he would support the income tax cut bill but changed his mind …
February 24th
Investigators from the Mason Police Department are looking into a possible attempted kidnapping. Police officers were called Wednesday just after 6:30 p.m. after an 11-year-old girl reported she had been approached by an older white man. The girl told pol…
February 24th
Two juveniles have been identified in connection to a house fire Sunday in Ishpeming. Investigators have classified the blaze as an arson. The fire started in back of the home when a cardboard box was lit with a lighter. Authorities say The juveniles did …
February 24th
A 19 year old Owosso woman has been arrested for the death of an infant girl. Kayla Coon is accused of felony murder and child abuse-first degree for the death of her four-month old daughter. In August 2016 police were called to the 700 block of Corunna A…
February 24th
History was made this month in Jackson as the city council approved a non-discrimination ordinance that protects the LGBT community. However, the move many see as progress could be overturned as groups against the NDO launch a petition drive to stop it fr…
February 24th
Family Christian Stores, the nation’s largest chain of Christian book and merchandise stores, announced it will close its doors after 85 years in business. The announcement Thursday did not specify a timetable for the liquidation, which will affect …
February 23rd
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley completed a three-day trade mission to Mexico this week, where he met with two companies expanding operations in Michigan. TREMEC Transmission is investing $54 million and creating 133 jobs in Wixom, while Rassini Brakes is investing…
February 23rd
A 70-year-old Michigan woman was sentenced Wednesday to prison in a $7.5 million Ponzi scheme. The U.S. attorney’s offices say the scheme damaged investors’ financial security, and in some cases, wiped out retirement savings. Sarah Bolhuis was…
February 23rd
Job cuts are headed to the Unemployment Insurance Agency and the Workforce Development Agency. The Talent Investment Agency oversees a number of departments and says 21 management positions will be cut as part of the agency’s restructuring efforts. …
February 23rd
The state is backing Flint Mayor Karen Weaver’s proposal for spending $120 million in state and federal funds for upgrading the city’s water system. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality this week turned over an intended use plan to…
 
February 25th
Climate Change Can Be Good For Us According To Canadian Government Studies! Climate change can be good for all countries in the upper northern hemisphere including the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia according to studies done by the Canadian Govern…
February 24th
OWOSSO – Effective immediately, Memorial Healthcare has placed visitor restrictions for the entire hospital, including its Long Term Care units. These restrictions will be in effect until further notice. “These restrictions are being plac…
February 24th
Another big Friday night job posting, with three local manufacturers seeking to fill open positions! 1) A reminder that the Machine Tool & Gear job fair is tomorrow, 8 am to 1 pm, at their Chestnut St facility in Owosso. Looking for machine operators,…