SPRING BREAK SNOW STORM COULD DUMP MORE THAN SIX INCHES ON CORUNNA
Winter Storm Watch for Shiawassee County
While Corunna students are still enjoying their spring break, those whose break was last week may get a day off this week as well. An April storm is blowing across Michigan and meteorologists are saying that it’s bringing a lot of precipitation — mostly snow.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Shiawassee County, saying more than six inches is possible for some areas. The Winter Storm Watch will go into effect at 10am on Thursday and remain active until 11pm.
While any snow that falls won’t stick around too long thanks to a weekend warm-up, the snow will be of the heavy, wet variety and very well could cause problems with broken branches, downed power lines and damage to roofs and structures due to strain caused by the weight of the snow.
Be prepared for a messy Thursday. Get complete weather information on our WEATHER page.
KAZOO'S ANNOUNCES TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP, POPULAR FAMILY DESTINATION WILL STAY OPEN
To the Delight and Surprise of Many Patrons, Kazoo's Owners Say They Will Transfer Ownership to Longtime Employee and Business Will Remain Open
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In early March a Kazoo's representative responded to an inquiry by Corunna Now regarding rumors that the family entertainment center would close on April 30th, saying the rumors were true. Kazoo's validated a March 7th Corunna Now report while responding to comments posted on the Kazoo's Facebook page that same day, affirming that the business would be closing.