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Tuscola County seeks halt to own foreclosure on Vassar foundry

Tuscola County seeks halt to own foreclosure on Vassar foundry

With a potential buyer interested, and hoping to avoid being saddled with a huge liability, Tuscola County officials want to stop their own foreclosure proceedings involving the former Vassar foundry…. Read more »

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Officials call for ‘full disclosure’ from state on Caro Center

Officials call for ‘full disclosure’ from state on Caro Center

Members of the Tuscola County Board of Commissioners are demanding “full disclosure” on the future of Caro Center from highest levels of state leadership. The board plans to send a… Read more »

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Thumb meth makers going mobile — in vehicles

Thumb meth makers going mobile — in vehicles

SANDUSKY — Police allege Joshua Robert Cowdry — and maybe someone riding with him — rolled across the farm fields of Michigan’s Thumb area in a 1996 Pontiac Montana minivan,… Read more »

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Mayville veterans join forces for new pavilion

Mayville veterans join forces for new pavilion

As members of Mayville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10884 and Mayville American Legion Post 181 have teamed up in order to have a big enough crew to staff veterans’… Read more »

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Vassar’s VanLue, Seminary, seek state title today

Vassar’s VanLue, Seminary, seek state title today

EAST LANSING — Reese VanLue has shot her share of baskets around her hometown of Vassar, but this morning she takes her game to Michigan State University’s Breslin Center, where… Read more »

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Historic downtown Caro house to be razed for parking

Historic downtown Caro house to be razed for parking

Roberta Lasiewicki smiles and answers instantly when asked about her favorite memory of the house at 146 W. Lincoln St. in Caro.

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Condemned house coming down in Reese

Condemned house coming down in Reese

A condemned house in Reese will be razed by May 31, village officials said this week.

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Big man on campus: New Millington chief salutes kids

Big man on campus: New Millington chief salutes kids

As Millington’s new police chief, Jason Oliver has been out meeting people — little people, especially.

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