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The following is an Op-Ed submitted by Larry Arreguin, Treasurer, 4th Congressional District Organization, Michigan Democratic Party
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Two years ago Josh Strickland purchased an antique chair that purportedly spent decades in the old Owosso Post Office. Today a photo was shared in the Historic Owosso Facebook group. In the photo, a man is sitting in a similar chair. While the thread attempts to figure out who is pictured and where in Owosso the photo was taken, one user suggests that it may have been in the old post office.
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Michigan Republicans will be welcoming in Vice President Mike Pence later this month. Pence will be speaking in Lansing on February 25 at the Michigan Farm Bureau legislative seminar.
More than 227-thousand vehicles are being recalled by Ford to address suspension issues. The automaker says over 211-thousand of the vehicles are in the U.S. The recall involves 2013 to 2018 Ford Flex and Lincoln MXT vehicles.
The calendar may say winter but last month was the hottest January ever according to Scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. For Michigan, it was the fifth warmest on record.
Van Andel Arena in downtown Grand Rapids is getting a makeover. The Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority approved funding for a two-point-one-million-dollar project to redesign the plaza outside of the arena.
You can get your taxes done and help young people prepare for their future at the same time. Students at Detroit's King High School and Southeastern High School have now earned IRS certification to prepare taxes.
A veteran United Auto Workers official from the General Motors Flint Assembly plant has been named union director for most of Michigan. UAW delegates selected Region 1D Assistant Director Steve Dawes to succeed Gerald Kariem.
The Lansing Board of Water and Light has made the needed repairs to its steam delivery system that caused state office buildings to be closed on Wednesday. Officials say the problem was with the failure of heating equipment at its REO Cogeneration Plant.
The Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy recently confirmed the first case of high PFAS levels in an Emmet County water source. The PFAS were detected at higher than allowable levels for drinking in a Pellston well.
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