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EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING

The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning until 8pm Saturday July 20th.   

HEAT WAVE
Extreme heat is forecasted for this weekend, with heat index values expected to top 100 degrees on Friday. Stay hydrated. Stay cool. Remember to keep your pets hydrated and cool and check on the health and safety of your neighbors.


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Superheroes Will Converge On McCurdy Park Next Month to Help Knock Out Cancer

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The Bunker Is Open and It's Time To Unleash the Fun!

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NWS: Monday Storm Damage in Northwest Owosso Caused By 'Microburst'

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Cooling Centers Open in Owosso, Durand, Lennon

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History - Celebrating 150 Years of Corunna, Michigan

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FOR KING & COUNTRY "GOD ONLY KNOWS"

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RECENT OBITUARIES

Charles A. Wilkerson Sr., 69, of Corunna
Margaret A. Hanlon, 72, of Owosso
Rebecca J. Johnson, 48, of Corunna
Betty J. Smith, 96, of Owosso
Evelyn A. Simpson, 90, of Corunna

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Historic Corunna Dam Could Disappear This Year

City Council Approves $1.2 Million Bid

Posted by Corunna Now at 4:34pm 7/2/19

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Some say it's long overdue, others rue the idea that the historic dam that once powered a grist mill along the banks of the Shiawassee River in Corunna will be but a memory.

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Michigan State Police have acknowledged that an officer made a mistake in Detroit. Home surveillance video shows the undercover officer blowing through a stop sign, before an SUV struck the trooper's vehicle July 3rd. 


The Ford Sterling Axle plant dealt with a disruption Tuesday morning after a machine went up in flames. The Sterling Heights fire chief said oil connected to the machine made it hard for crews to put the blaze out.  

A four-year-old boy is recovering at an Ottawa County hospital after being run over by a tractor. Police say the boy was riding on the tractor when he somehow ended up underneath it.  
The City of Grand Rapids is putting park ambassadors and adding more recreational options at several of its parks. The ambassadors will monitor parks from 3:00 p.m. until 9:00 each evening beginning this month.  

More than 600 new jobs are coming to Detroit. Dakkota Integrated Systems is going to build a 55-million-dollar facility at the site of the vacant Kettering and Rose Schools.  

The fight over McLaren-Flint and its efforts to control Legionella is headed to Lansing. A spokeswoman for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said she’s not aware of any other hospital subjected to orders under the Public Health Code like McLaren. 

Lansing Police Chief Mike Yankowski has served the Capital City for 25 years. Yankowski announced he will retire July 31. Lansing Mayor Andy Schor named Capt. Daryl Green to take the Chief's place August 1. 

The Cadillac Lofts project officially broke ground Tuesday. The city says the development will bring new apartments to Cadillac for the first time in 15 years. The Cadillac Lofts and will be two four-story mixed-used buildings. 

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