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‘School’ of fish: Akron-Fairgrove known for salmon project

‘School’ of fish: Akron-Fairgrove known for salmon project

A fish-release project has grown in scale at Akron-Fairgrove Schools, where more students gathered May 4 to release a greater number of Chinook salmon and mark the school district’s third… Read more »

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Tuscola County courts, May 19, 2018

Tuscola County courts, May 19, 2018

DISTRICT COURT Jacob John Kloss, 17, of Silverwood, is charged with felonious assault with a dangerous weapon, possession of a firearm while committing a felony and malicious destruction of personal… Read more »

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Superhero run to benefit child advocacy center

Superhero run to benefit child advocacy center

If folks notice the likes of Superman, Batman and Spiderman running around the streets of Caro in early June, they shouldn’t be alarmed.

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Mayville seeks tax to help buy fire, police vehicles

Mayville seeks tax to help buy fire, police vehicles

Mayville village residents can comment at a 7 p.m. Tuesday public hearing about a proposed annual 3-mill property tax assessment that would help pay for police and fire equipment including… Read more »

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Marlette yoga studio open house set for May 27

Marlette yoga studio open house set for May 27

With a name like Downward Dog Yoga Centre, folks may think it’s yoga for dogs.

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Tuscola hotspot: Candidates jostle for open seats

Tuscola hotspot: Candidates jostle for open seats

A bumper crop of new candidates for state and local offices hopes to harvest votes around highly agricultural Tuscola County in the Aug. 7 primary election in contested races for state… Read more »

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Prosecutors: Doctor’s greed led to his felonies

Prosecutors: Doctor’s greed led to his felonies

Dr. Joseph E. Oesterling, a well-known urologist sentenced for five felonies in Tuscola County Circuit Court on Monday, said his court battles in Tuscola County have ruined his career and… Read more »

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Caro Community Schools offers assistance for youth in transition

Caro Community Schools offers assistance for youth in transition

Caro Middle School Assistant Principal and Youth in Transition/Foster Care Liaison Rhonda Bringard said there are 59 students currently considered youth in transition who attend Caro Community Schools.

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