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What are city officials doing with the proceeds from the $10-million bond residents approved in November 2016 to fix and maintain roads? [Read More]
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Dozens of community members came to the Steam Railroading Institute Tuesday evening for a meet-and-greet session with three of the four candidates vying to replace... [Read More]
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There was plenty to "ooh and aah" about Saturday at the 31st Country Christmas at the Courthouse. [Read More]
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The city of Corunna's holiday celebration kicked off Friday night with the Corunna Parade of Lights rolling through downtown and the lighting of the Festival... [Read More]
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When officials decided to close Heart of Shiawassee United Way at the end of the year, one concern was finding someone to continue to administer... [Read More]
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Shoe Sensation in the East Owosso Plaza is trying to do its part this holiday season to keep soldiers in clean and dry socks with... [Read More]
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Joelle McGuire is the 2017 Glow Owosso Ice Queen, winning by less than a dollar. [Read More]
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Angie Meder, a five-year volunteer at Memorial Healthcare, recently joined a new elite group of hospital volunteers: the Public Safety Ambassadors. [Read More]
During a special meeting Wednesday, Owosso City Council members decided to inteview four candidates out of the pool of 24 who applied to replace retiring... [Read More]
Tears flowed freely down Carl Brenner's face. [Read More]
Julie Henson of Ovid was thinking about opening her own business when fate closed the deal. [Read More]
Two members of the Owosso Fire Department were promoted, and a new firefighter was welcomed during Monday's Owosso City Council meeting. [Read More]
Julie Wenzlick retired from teaching only to return to the classroom as a one-woman-show, engaging area elementary students with her original books, songs and chants. [Read More]
Daniel Patrick McConnell, 34, of Durand was sentenced Friday to 36 to 72 months for five charges of possessing child pornography, and 84 months to... [Read More]
Trick-or-treaters from First Congregational Church's Congregational Child Development Center, and their parents and teachers, collected candy from businesses in downtown Owosso Wednesday. The group is... [Read More]
The Nov. 7 vote on the Owosso Public School bond proposal is less than two weeks away, and supporter Dr. Julie Creighton is feeling pretty... [Read More]
Citizens Bank is moving down the road, from 200 E. Main St. downtown to 910 E. Main in the Qdoba plaza, with an opening date... [Read More]
All eight of the Owosso residents who came to a public workshop Saturday informally voted in favor of the city allowing the five types of... [Read More]
Six malnourished Belgian horses have been rescued from a property in Middlebury Township and transported to a horse rescue farm in Howell, where the animals... [Read More]
Murder defendant Anthony Holloway testified in his own defense Thursday after the prosecution presented three witnesses and then rested its cases against Holloway and his... [Read More]
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