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Owosso police are implementing a new community policing strategy, in hopes of improving resident-police communications as well as making sure complaints are answered in a timely manner. [Read More]
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Out of the $100 fourth-grader Levi Archer received for his birthday, he gave $80 to the annual Owosso Cares Food Drive. [Read More]
A second person has been charged in connection with the physical abuse of two twin infants from Owosso. [Read More]
Jordan Klapko had 18 points, nine rebounds and six assists as Owosso took down Ortonville Brandon 72-45 Friday in a Flint Metro League contest. [Read More]
A lawsuit filed by the Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan alleges that Kelly Manor Apartments on North Ball Street in Owosso, shown Thursday, discriminated on the basis of familial status. [Read More]
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When asked to finish the sentence "All I want for Christmas is …," no one interviewed by The Argus-Press for an informal survey Thursday answered diamonds, a new car or any other tangible gift. [Read More]
The Stevens Family, a gospel music trio, will perform  a Christmas concert at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Owosso Assembly of God, 1150 N. Shiawassee St. [Read More]
The Shiawassee Council on Aging is offering the following programs and meals for Shiawassee County senior citizens for the week of Dec. 18. [Read More]
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A 20-year-old Owosso man will serve at least four years in prison for extorting sexually abusive photos from a minor girl. [Read More]
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Anthony Holloway was convicted with his brother, Otis Smith Jr., of killing Flint residents Joseph Carson and Tony Hammond in the parking lot of the Walmart in Owosso. [Read More]
The Holly varsity girls basketball team's offense was strong throughout its game against the Owosso Lady Trojans. [Read More]
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The defense was fine, but the offense struggled for the Holly varsity boys basketball team. [Read More]
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Leon R. Shelby, Jr. – age 93 of Campbellsville, KY formerly of Fenton passed away on December 10, 2017. Leon was born April 5, 1924 in Owosso, MI to Leon and Bessie (Parker) Shelby. Leon grew up in Fenton and graduated from Fenton High School class of 1948. He married Virginia Byrd of Holly and worked at the Fenton Post Office for 21 years, where he retired from. He then married Dollie Powell, and the couple moved to Campbellsville, KY. Leon worked for PC Clark Plumbing Supply in Lebonon, KY where he retired from. Leon was a reserved Police... [Read More]
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Often when young people shop at Walmart, it's to buy clothes or games or movies for themselves. [Read More]
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The Owosso Public Safety Department is warning residents of scams, and providing tips on how people can avoid being victimized. [Read More]
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Young Chevrolet Cadillac Buick GMC co-owners Tony Young and Lori Young-Rowlison Monday donated more than 4,000 diapers to the the Child Advocacy Center's baby pantry. [Read More]
OWOSSO'S CARSON BORNEFELD, left, drives to the basket against Linden Friday at Owosso. The Trojans fell 70-45 to the Eagles in their season opener. [Read More]
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Lisa Freeman founded 'Abuse Bites' over ten years ago. She travels throughout the state of Michigan to speak at schools, churches and other organizations. Her goal is to change the hearts of bullies by encouraging empathy. [Read More]
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Otis Smith Jr. of Grand Rapids earlier was convicted in Shiawassee County Circuit Court in the deaths of 31-year-old Joseph Michael Carson and 39-year-old Anthony Lee Hammond, both of Flint. . Story Page - WZZM13.com is the official website for WZZM-TV, your trusted source for breaking news, weather and sports in Grand Rapids, MI... [Read More]
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What started out as a side project when he lived in Los Angeles has become a new brick-and-mortar business for Brandon Maike in downtown. [Read More]
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