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Accused doctor ran ‘money game,’ former co-worker says

Accused doctor ran ‘money game,’ former co-worker says

A well-known urologist accused of running several “pill-mills” in mid-Michigan routinely wrote prescriptions for pain medications to patients without testing to determine the causes of their medical problems, a former… Read more »

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Found and lost: Thumb Sobriety Court gives man strength to survive son’s death

Found and lost: Thumb Sobriety Court gives man strength to survive son’s death

Through nearly 40 years of good and bad times, alcohol often served as a crutch for Randy Nitz. Now, however, at perhaps the most trying of times Nitz has ever… Read more »

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WWII Navy vet, first generation American, honored for service

WWII Navy vet, first generation American, honored for service

Walter Baggleman was only 17 years old on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941 when Japanese aircraft bombed U.S. Navy warships sitting at anchor and before his 18th birthday, he was a… Read more »

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Fremont Twp. officials crafting  medical marijuana ‘statement’

Fremont Twp. officials crafting  medical marijuana ‘statement’

Officials in Fremont Township are considering an ordinance prohibiting medical marijuana-based businesses from coming to town, despite advice against doing so.

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Responders prep to handle overdoses as area carfentanil deaths rise

Responders prep to handle overdoses as area carfentanil deaths rise

The drug carfentanil is behind four recent overdoses in Sanilac County — and Tuscola County Undersheriff Robert Baxter said it’s only a matter of time before the drug surfaces in… Read more »

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Band of merchants give trailer to Millington music program

Band of merchants give trailer to Millington music program

When Corey Stratton heard Millington Community Schools lacked a trailer to haul instruments to events including football playoff games, it struck a sour note with the owner of J&C Outdoors… Read more »

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Family recipe: Vassar students take cooking skills home

Family recipe: Vassar students take cooking skills home

If you don’t believe Vassar Public Schools’ new “Life Skills After School” Classes provide practical help for students and their families, ask Eva Hunkins.

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Unionville loses 3.6 million gallons of water

Unionville loses 3.6 million gallons of water

UNIONVILLE — The village of Unionville was able to locate and stop a gushing water leak — but not before losing an estimated 3.6 million gallons of water since last summer,… Read more »

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