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Former executive pleads guilty to knowingly allowing salmonella-tainted soy flour to be shipped

Former executive pleads guilty to knowingly allowing salmonella-tainted soy flour to be shipped

By Tom Gilchrist Staff Writer BAY CITY — JoAnn Rutkowski, a former executive with the Thumb Oilseed Producers Cooperative in Ubly, faces a maximum sentence of three years in prison… Read more »

Local filmmakers go post-apocalyptic with online TV series Generation Armageddon

Local filmmakers go post-apocalyptic with online TV series Generation Armageddon

By Mason Doerr For the Advertiser CARO — For a group of local film enthusiasts, the world doesn’t end with a bang, it ends with a whimper. Generation Armageddon, a… Read more »

Kingston businesswoman Barb Harp remembered at memorial

Kingston businesswoman Barb Harp remembered at memorial

By Andrea McBride Staff Writer KINGSTON — Dozens of friends and family filled the Kingston Times Bar and Restaurant on Saturday to celebrate the life of one of its owners… Read more »

Fire destroys Sebewaing business

Fire destroys Sebewaing business

SEBEWAING — A fire Tuesday afternoon destroyed a family-owned business in the village of Sebewaing. At about 3:30 p.m., a fire was reported at Kuhl Construction at 117 Mason Street… Read more »

Double trouble: Caro man faces more charges after second alleged crime in a month

Double trouble: Caro man faces more charges after second alleged crime in a month

By Mary Drier Staff Writer CARO — Devin Harris is back behind bars for the second time this month on charges in connection with the alleged robbery of a Caro… Read more »

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