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Uh-oh: One candidate on November ballot in Fairgrove

Uh-oh: One candidate on November ballot in Fairgrove

With exactly one local candidate on the ballot for the November general election, village of Fairgrove citizens face the possibility of their local government coming to a standstill.

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Tuscola County Courts: Aug. 20, 2016

Tuscola County Courts: Aug. 20, 2016

District Court   Blake Edward Lebioda, 19, Cass City, was charged with two counts of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, weapons charges (dangerous weapon… Read more »

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Slow-cookin’, fast-risen’: Foodies finding Kingston eatery

Slow-cookin’, fast-risen’: Foodies finding Kingston eatery

KINGSTON — Foodies have journeyed Michigan highways and country roads for almost a year now, headed for this Tuscola County town and the Mexican food at La Hacienda Restaurante, traveling scores… Read more »

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New Millington librarian getting a read on patrons

New Millington librarian getting a read on patrons

  MILLINGTON — Jill C. Brown longed to work in suburban libraries and studied to become a librarian at Wayne State University in Detroit.

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Sugarbeet research trials in Thumb region benefit industry, area

Sugarbeet research trials in Thumb region benefit industry, area

RICHVILLE — When the early sugarbeet harvest begins next Friday, Paul Horny will be most interested in the plants that didn’t make it through the season. That’s because Horny and other… Read more »

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5K to raise funds for Thumb food pantries

5K to raise funds for Thumb food pantries

Next month, volunteers and churchgoers will have hunger on the run. Members of the Central Thumb Knights of Columbus No. 8892 will host their third annual Five-Kilometer Run & Walk… Read more »

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Spilling the beans: Fairgrove hosts 70th annual Michigan Bean Festival

Spilling the beans: Fairgrove hosts 70th annual Michigan Bean Festival

After 70 years, small white beans are still popular — and celebrated in a big way — in Fairgrove. Need proof? The 70th Michigan Bean Festival begins at 5 p.m… Read more »

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Fine time in Frankenmuth: New superintendent thankful for career there

Fine time in Frankenmuth: New superintendent thankful for career there

FRANKENMUTH — Adele R. Martin graduated from Vassar High School, where the sports rivalry with neighboring Frankenmuth has simmered for decades.

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