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‘Shoot to thrill’: Trapshooting team formed at Reese High School

‘Shoot to thrill’: Trapshooting team formed at Reese High School

A sport that has been in the Olympics since 1900 is now an after-school club at Reese High School.

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Ax-attacker guilty of all counts

Ax-attacker guilty of all counts

A man accused of attacking his wife with an ax has been found guilty of all six counts he faced. An eight-man, four-woman jury found William R. Williams, 60, of… Read more »

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New chaplain in town: Slocum begins work at Tuscola County Jail

New chaplain in town: Slocum begins work at Tuscola County Jail

He may not be as renowned as Sister Jean of Loyola-Chicago, a chaplain for the Loyola Ramblers men’s basketball team that made a surprise run to this year’s Final Four,… Read more »

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Let’s go racing boys: North Branch freshman wins sponsorship contest

Let’s go racing boys: North Branch freshman wins sponsorship contest

NORTH BRANCH – Imagine winning $50,000 in a contest as a 15-year-old. For Mason Ludwig of North Branch, that is a reality after he was named grand-prize winner in the… Read more »

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Up go the signs: Gateway arch in Frankenmuth gets a new look

Up go the signs: Gateway arch in Frankenmuth gets a new look

FRANKENMUTH – Visitors and residents of Frankenmuth will be greeted by new signage that was installed this week on the Palmer Foundation Gateway Arch.

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Caro Public Schools chooses new superintendent

Caro Public Schools chooses new superintendent

A new superintendent of Caro Public Schools has been selected and is set to begin work on July 1.

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‘Long overdue’: Veterans affairs office to distribute grave markers, update records

‘Long overdue’: Veterans affairs office to distribute grave markers, update records

For the first time, the Tuscola County Veterans’ Affairs Office will distribute American flags and grave markers at cemeteries across the county where U.S. veterans have been laid to rest.

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Battle-tested USA off to 4-0 baseball start

Battle-tested USA off to 4-0 baseball start

SEBEWAING — You could say that members of the Unionville-Sebewaing Area baseball team have evolved into “big-game” hunters, but that’s not to be confused with the hunting of animals.

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