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Etue had a 2016 Michigan State Police salary of $155,000 and appears eligible for a pension of more than $80,000, is under fire over a Facebook…
10.07 / 18:06
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Ms. Ruth's is the latest downtown Detroit business to get squeezed out in the midst of the city's resurgence downtown and in…
10.07 / 18:06
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Congressman Fred Upton is asking the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to do something about shoreline erosion in the New Buffalo area. He’s sent a letter to the United States Secretary for Civil Works saying both…
10.07 / 17:57
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The leaves are beginning to turn in Michigan and they’re at their peak in some spots and you may want to check them out. Pure Michigan spokeswoman Michelle Grinnell told Michigan News Network this week many…
10.07 / 17:57
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Nurses walking the picket lines at UP Health System-Marquette have been told their services won’t be needed by the hospital until Tuesday. The two-day strike by the nurses union was scheduled to end this morning at 6:59. Nurses have been protesting staffing levels which they say are too low, and put patients in danger. Hospital … The post UPHS to Marquette Nurses – “Don’t Come Back Until Tuesday” appeared first on Keweenaw…
10.07 / 14:31
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Click on the blue highlights for additional details. High School In high school football last night… – Calumet upended L’Anse 22-14. The Copper Kings put the game away with a late 88-yard drive, capped by a five-yard touchdown run by Travis Ojala. The result leaves each team with four victories, meaning each must win both … The post Hancock Clinches Playoff Berth – Saturday Sports Wrap appeared first on Keweenaw R…
10.07 / 14:31
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Well-known urologist Dr. Joseph E. Oesterling walked away from the Tuscola County Courthouse on Thursday morning into pleasant October sunlight – his future much brighter after a jury acquitted him... Read more » The post Not guilty: Doc calls acquittal ‘greatest day of my life’ appeared first on Tuscola County Adver…
10.07 / 14:30
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On Thursday, residents in South Haven were notified of the need to boil all tap water used for drinking and cooking. The City of South Haven, in conjunction with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, has…
10.07 / 14:28
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Van Buren County Deputies are blaming distracted driving for a van/pedestrian collision that left a Bangor woman with life threatening injuries. Deputies say a 16-year-old from Hartford was driving along in the 62000 block of Red Arrow …
10.07 / 14:28
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Benton Harbor City Manager Darwin Watson is hoping residents will hear his message about garbage collection now that a new company has been picked to provide the service. The contract isn’t signed yet, but We-Cycle Industrial…
10.07 / 14:28
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BY TANYA TERRY 810-452-2645 • tterry@mihomepaper.com DAVISON — About 100 pet owners and 50 pets gathered for the 35th annual Blessing of the Pets and Pet Owners on Sunday, Oct. 1. on the lawn of St. John the Evangelist Church.read m…
BY TIMOTHY MUCCIANTE View Newspapers correspondent The Davison Board of Education held its regular meeting last Monday night. The meeting was full of good news agenda items, highlighting Davison Community Schools’ positive growth.read…
Nominees for the 2017 Homecoming Queen are: Paige Glennie, Anna Hawk, Electra Hug, Ashley Kish, Mason Lintz and Olivia Thiel.read…
BY TIMOTHY MUCCIANTE View Newspapers correspondent When Raina Palso, Cathy Goyette and Tom Goyette were asked how it felt to be 2017 Davison Homecoming parade grand marshals, all three used the same two words: “surprised” and “honored.” The Davison Homecoming parade begins at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6, at Cardinal Stadium. The parade route goes west on Clark Street to Main Street, then north to the…
Getting it right A chimney fire that occurred Sunday, Sept. 24, at Italia Gardens caused no damage, according to a restaurant manager who said the restaurant was closed when the fire started. Italia Gardens re-opened the following day at the usual time. A Sept. 28 story had different information that was provided to the Index. read…
The Consumers Energy Foundation has announced a $200,000 donation to Habitat for Humanity of Michigan. Spokesperson Brian Wheeler tells WSJM News the money is going to Habitat’s Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative. “The money is going to help H…
10.07 / 12:22
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We have entered the final third of the High School Football season, and some of the area teams will still have to wait for clinching postseason berths. Continue…
10.07 / 05:16
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The popular stand-up comic had been suffering from pneumonia. Continue…
10.07 / 05:16
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Two entrepreneurs who won the Battle Creek-based Startup Fest plan to open a Burmese restaurant early in 2018. Continue…
10.07 / 05:16
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The Red Wings beat the Minnesota Wild 4-2 in the first regular season game at Little Caesar’s Arena in Detroit.  Anthony Mantha and Dylan Larkin scored 23 seconds apart in the second period for the Red Wings... Continue rea…
10.07 / 05:16
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