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Thumb convoy headed to help Kansas wildfire victims

Thumb convoy headed to help Kansas wildfire victims

When a convoy of 13 trucks begins its 1,240-mile journey from Tuscola County to Kansas, Eric Timmins plans to be the lead driver. The convoy will be carrying tons of… Read more »

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Questions raised about Cass City Market at village council meeting

Questions raised about Cass City Market at village council meeting

Based on questions raised by Cass City Village Council member Thomas Herron, the planned downtown grocery store may not be as much of a sure bet as was previously thought.

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California (and Florida), here they come: TTC students

California (and Florida), here they come: TTC students

Jacob Powers wasn’t tops in the state in wrestling or the 100-meter dash, but won the Business Professionals of America’s “Microsoft Network Administration” competition for high-school students.

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Caro, Mayville egg hunts get kids out of their shells

Caro, Mayville egg hunts get kids out of their shells

Children visiting Caro or Mayville can find their share of goodies during Easter egg hunts — at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 1 at Bieth Park in Caro, and from… Read more »

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Health and wellness serious commitments for new Caro business owner

Health and wellness serious commitments for new Caro business owner

Kimberly Schember initially wanted to simply do her health coaching in the new Journeys Health and Wellness Center located at 183 N State Street, Caro.

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Vassar Museum dresses up for 2017 season

Vassar Museum dresses up for 2017 season

When the Vassar Historical Museum, 450 S. Main St., Vassar opens on April 1, it will be dressed to the nines in keeping with its 2017 theme “Vintage Vassar Fashions.”

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2016-17 All-Advertiser Girls’ Basketball Team

2016-17 All-Advertiser Girls’ Basketball Team

A long postseason run wasn’t in the cards for any Advertiser-area girls basketball programs this year. But that doesn’t mean that local teams lacked talent. Last year four area teams… Read more »

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State your case: Tuscola writes to keep Caro Center here

State your case: Tuscola writes to keep Caro Center here

Tuscola County officials have urged hundreds of local elected leaders and government employees to pick up their pens – or cellphones – to try to save 360 jobs that would… Read more »

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