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Jasper Andres was among the 265 people who participated in the annual Owosso/Corunna Labor Day Walk on what turned out to be a warm and... [Read More]
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Four of the six main partners in Owosso Greenery attended the Owosso City Council meeting Monday for an expected vote on an ordinance that would... [Read More]
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Residents in Greenwood Apartments, a low-income senior citizen complex at 1055 E. North St., say they are fed up with water restrictions due to bacterial... [Read More]
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Let's put a stop to a rumor flying around town: Lance's Bakery isn't going anywhere. [Read More]
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Members of the 100-plus Women Who Care of the Greater Owosso Area are shown presenting a $22,500 check Saturday to the latest local nonprofit recipient... [Read More]
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Pontoon manufacturer Crest Marine is riding a wave of growth that is spurring the construction of a million-dollar warehouse. [Read More]
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It may be hard to believe, but until recently people who were born to unwed parents between 1934 and 1978 could only obtain a copy... [Read More]
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The Rev. Calvin Long is leaving Owosso First United Methodist Church and retiring (sort of) after 35 years as a United Methodist pastor in Michigan. [Read More]
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Jacob Thomson, a member of the football team at Corunna High School, dances the hokey pokey Thursday with Violet Phillips, a resident at Oliver Woods... [Read More]
The city of Owosso is still in the housing development business - reluctantly - but a new deal with a real estate broker is offering... [Read More]
After 40 years, married couple Warren (shown in photo) and Sherry Fairfield are retiring the giant teepee they have used as fur trader re-enactors in... [Read More]
Corinna Gilbertson of Owosso, weighted down with water bottles and her daughter, Jaycee Gilbertson, 6, are shown marching in the Kids in Curwood Country Parade... [Read More]
The 41st Curwood Festival officially kicked off Thursday evening with an opening ceremony in front of the castle where the event's namesake, James Oliver Curwood,... [Read More]
Owosso and Corunna high schools have been recognized by a national publication as being among the top high schools in Michigan and the U.S. [Read More]
A few years ago, Carol Higgins saw a man picking asparagus spears in the ditch next to her road. She asked him to please stop,... [Read More]
Shiawassee Hope's LINC Community Food Pantry, which opens Tuesday inside Lincoln High School, isn't a typical pantry. [Read More]
Memorial Healthcare leaders Thursday unveiled plans to build a new facility for specialized medical services and a wellness center during the hospital's annual Founders' Day... [Read More]
Tyler Yaklin is shy about being on the receiving end of praise, but right now there's no avoiding it. [Read More]
Overcast skies and a few raindrops didn't stop the fun Saturday at the 43rd Durand Railroad Days festival. [Read More]
A working knowledge of Morse code landed Duane Darling a spot in the U.S. Air Force Signal Corps during World War II, where he helped... [Read More]
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