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Hundreds Pour Into Corunna Church on Saturday Night for A Hazzard County Christmas

Christmas Concert Starring 'Dukes of Hazzard' Star, Tom Wopat, Is Standing Room-Only at Shiawassee Harvest Church

Posted by Corunna Now at 2:49am 11/25/18

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Tom Wopat performs at A Hazzard County Christmas/Corunna Now photo

Tom Wopat of 'The Dukes of Hazzard' fame performed for a full house on Saturday night at Shiawassee Harvest Church's A Hazzard County Christmas concert event.

Along with Tom Wopat, who played Luke Duke on the hit CBS show, Sonny Shroyer (Deputy Enos) and Byron Cherry (Coy Duke) are in town for the event.  Shroyer will speak during the church's morning worship service, Sunday at 10am.

There was as much in the parking lot for 'Dukes' fans as there was inside.  Several of the cars featured in the show, including the General Lee, are part of the event that continues into Sunday evening, with a second concert to round out the weekend.

A Hazzard County Christmas, the concert, begins at 6pm on Sunday.  General admission tickets are $10, but for $25, a VIP ticket comes with a picture of you sitting in the General Lee and a meet & greet with Wopat.

Check out our photos from Saturday night below and CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT A VIDEO OF A HAZZARD COUNTY CHRISTMAS.

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02. A Hazzard County Christmas

Josh Strickland talks with Pastor Steve Rau from Shiawassee Harvest Church about the church's holiday concert event featuring the stars of the hit TV show The Dukes of Hazzard, and how it came together.

11.20.18

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01. Sheriff BeGole's Farm

Josh Strickland talks with Sheriff BeGole about his barn project along with a variety of items of "Sheriff business."

11.01.18

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Updated at 4:24pm 11/9/18 - Posted by Corunna Now at 7:45am 11/9/18

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UPDATE: A Friday afternoon update from Durand Superintendent Craig McCrumb advises that after conducting interviews and reviewing videotape, Durand police and school officials have determined the stranger danger incident that was reported to have happened along a service drive on Durand schools property did not happen as it was reported.

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