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Blackhawks win battle for M-15 with last second field goal

Brandon kicker Zach Clements hit a game-winning 37-yard field goal with two seconds remaining as the Blackhawks edged Goodrich in the Battle for M-15 by a score of 11-10. The win is the first since 1986 for the Blackhawks and keeps the overall series 30-12 in favor of Goodrich....more >>

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Village council lends support to DDA sewer resolution

Ortonville- The village council has taken various steps in support of a wastewater treatment system during the past few years. On Monday, they took another by approving 4-2 a resolution supporting a Downtown Development Authority resolution supporting the sanitary sewer project, as well as educational efforts of the Livable Legacy of Ortonville, a pro-sewer campaign seeking to inform village residents prior to a Nov....more >>

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'Bam—it hit me that fast'

Brandon Twp.-Scott Wood was almost home. At about 4 p.m., Aug. 14, Wood was returning from Detroit where he is employed by AT&T. "I kept thinking 'It's pretty windy today' and I could see a few branches blowing across the road," he said....more >>

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Osprey population soaring locally

Cell towers in Atlas, Brandon and Groveland townships provide communications and are now making an excellent home to osprey. Julie Oakes, DNR wildlife biologist, along with other conservationists are encouraged as the southeastern Michigan osprey population continues to rebound....more >>

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Circus comes to town with elephants, for now

When the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus announced in March that they would retire all of their performing elephants by 2018, it came as a both a blow and potentially a warning bell for Colleen Pages....more >>

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Township battles phragmites

Phragmites are prohibiting clear vision along the roadways

Brandon Twp.- Phragmites be gone. The common reed, an invasive species that can grow up to 20-feet tall in dense stands, is more than a nuisance. The plant obstructs the view of motorists, creates a fire hazard and chokes out wildlife in the wetlands where it grows....more >>

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Martian-Blue Devils lacrosse

Goodrich-Lacrosse has arrived. Earlier this year, the school board moved forward with lacrosse as a club sport. The new team will join with Lake Fenton Schools after their board of trustees OK'd the combined squads at their Monday night meeting....more >>

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Village council lends support to DDA sewer resolution

Ortonville- The village council has taken various steps in support of a wastewater treatment system during the past few years. On Monday, they took another by approving 4-2 a resolution supporting a Downtown Development Authority resolution supporting the sanitary sewer project, as well as educational efforts of the Livable Legacy of Ortonville, a pro-sewer campaign seeking to inform village residents prior to a Nov....more >>

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Fritz Wolff obituary, visitation

Wolff, Frederick Phillip "Fritz"- age 76, of Goodrich died Wednesday, August 19, 2015 surrounded by his loving family. He was born on February 27, 1939 in Menominee, Michigan, to George and Elizabeth Wolff....more >>

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Library budget hearing

Brandon Twp.- A public hearing on the library budget will begin at 6:45 p.m., Aug. 24, at the library, 304 South St. Attendees can expect to hear good news. Library Director Rebecca Higgerson will be presenting a proposed 2016 library budget with projected revenues of $1,039,083, an increase of 9....more >>
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