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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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Millington powerlifter wins state championship

Millington powerlifter wins state championship

CROSWELL — Last Saturday was a day that Millington sophomore Hallie Maurer will never forget. But it began quite forgettably. Maurer won a powerlifting state championship, March 11, overcoming near… Read more »

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Frankenmuth bows out of state tournament in regional final

Frankenmuth bows out of state tournament in regional final

CORUNNA — The Frankenmuth basketball team lasted longer in this year’s state tournament than it had in eight years.

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Mobile meth lab busted in Sanilac County

Mobile meth lab busted in Sanilac County

MARLETTE TWP. — Police said they discovered a mobile methamphetamine lab inside a vehicle in rural Sanilac County’s Marlette Township on Tuesday after pulling over a 36-year-old Sandusky man whom… Read more »

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Millington student expelled for posting image of trooper

Millington student expelled for posting image of trooper

School officials said they have expelled a Millington High School student for posting a “very inappropriate” online image of a Michigan State Police trooper addressing students about appropriate uses of… Read more »

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The two little pigs: living large near Millington

The two little pigs: living large near Millington

They don’t hog the bed, but when Peterbilt and Oreo hit the sack each night tucked in next to their owners, Tim and Toni Narsted, you might say they’re pigs… Read more »

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Cass City veteran has never stopped serving his community

Cass City veteran has never stopped serving his community

From June 10 – 13, 1953 Elwyn Helwig didn’t eat, he didn’t sleep; the former Army medic was too busy taking care of men wounded while holding “Outpost Harry” from… Read more »

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Caro officials seek public input on future of historic building

Caro officials seek public input on future of historic building

Caro city officials are turning to the community for help in deciding what to do with a former church building on the National Register of Historic Places — and in… Read more »

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