- Donna NIchols, 86, of Vernon
- Byron L. Weaver, 78, of Owosso
- Robert E. Ruhl, 63, of Laingsburg
- Corrine E. Butcher, 93, of Corunna
- Dorothy L. Stewart, 89, of Owosso
Plymouth's City Manager says time will tell whether the CSX corporation takes action to reduce the frequency of blocked railroad crossings in the area. Congress has reportedly planned to open an investigation into the practice by railroads to run longer freight trains as a way to boost profits.
Passengers flying from Detroit to Raliegh-Durham North Carolina were delayed Tuesday morning when a ground tug bumped into the Delta plane as it was being pushed out of the gate. The airline said weather conditions may have contributed to the mishap.
A South Haven man says his dogs saved his family by alerting them to a fire. The homeowner says the dogs barking was their alarm, which gave the family enough time to get out and at least save the car.
Mel Trotter Ministries in Grand Rapids is closing its food pantry and moving its day center. This week, the day center relocated to Degage Ministries, where the two nonprofits will combine and launch the "Heartside Community Center."
Detroit police are investigating an explosion in a commercial building Monday night on the east side that left one person dead. They said the blast occurred when a chemical tank exploded, leaving a hole in the ceiling.
There is a new leader for Genesee County 911. During Tuesday's board meeting the new executive director of was introduced. Spring Tremaine is replacing David Ackley, who retired at the beginning of last month.
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CORUNNA STUDENT AMONG FIRST FROM MICHIGAN TO COMPETE IN OLYMPICS OF DANCE
Corunna Middle School Student Headed to Germany to Join Team USA
Posted by Corunna Now at 5:16pm 11/23/17 HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
Alison Wright is a 6th Grader at Corunna Middle School, and next week, she'll be one of the first Michigan dancers to join Team USA and compete at the "Olympics of Dance." The World Tap Dance Championship happens November 28th through December 2nd in Riesa, Germany, and three girls from Michigan are on the team this year.
SENATOR JONES INSTALLS NATIVITY AT CAPITOL
Constituents, Public Invited to View Jesus, Mary, Joseph Display Daily
Sen. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge, set up a Nativity scene on the east lawn of the Michigan Capitol on Thursday morning. Jones encourages the public to come out to see the display. He will make the trip to the Capitol every day through Dec. 20 to put up the Nativity scene in the morning and then dismantle it each night by 9 p.m., in accordance with Capitol Commission rules