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Vote coming on sewers

Hundreds attend council meeting to express concern over project

Ortonville- Village residents will have the opportunity to vote in a special election to determine the fate of a proposed sewer system. A few hundred residents, the majority of whom appeared to be sharply opposed to a $20 million wastewater treatment project, attended a March 23 village council meeting....more >>

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An OCEF Easter

Easter is almost here and there is still time to help your neighbors in need by donating food to the Ortonville Community Emergency Fund. Volunteers will distribute food to low-income families in the Brandon School District this Monday....more >>
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DIA Inside|Out arrives in Ortonville

Ortonville- Art on a grand scale arrives in the village April 8, with eight pieces from the Detroit Institute of Arts' Inside|Out program being installed around town. "I can't tell you all the pieces and locations, it's a secret until installation," said Jillian Reese, community relations specialist for the DIA....more >>
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Oakwood turns green for Alex and Cerebral Palsy Awareness

Everyone has their differences, but in a show of solidarity, students and staff at Oakwood Elementary wore green March 25. They were celebrating Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day as well as one of their friends, Alex Williams, who has the motor disorder....more >>

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Schools of Choice growing in Goodrich

The number of Schools of Choice students are increasing in Goodrich. On Monday night the school board of trustees voted 7-0 to adopt a resolution exercising the option permitted by Section 105 of the State School Aid Act, to operate a Schools of Choice program and accept applications for enrollment of non-resident students from outside of the district who reside within a constituent district with the Genesee Intermediate School District....more >>

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Restitution settlement tops $30K so far in B-Hive case

Former Goodrich resident and business owner Bernadette Jacobs was back in court on Tuesday for a restitution hearing. In January, Jacobs pleaded guilty in 7th Circuit Court before Judge Joseph Farah on two counts of felony check fraud....more >>

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Old Mill Museum vandalized

Ortonville- The village's historic treasure, the Old Mill Museum was defaced this week with a Nazi phrase coupled with the name of the village council president. "Seig Heil! Wayne Wills" was printed in roughly 2-inch high letters using what appeared to be a black permanent marker on the Old Mill underneath a museum sign....more >>
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Green Parrot Superstore hatches new business in town

Goodrich-Since opening last December, Suzanne Dodoro's business has been soaring. Dodoro opened Green Parrot Superstore, 8165 State Road, located in the Goodrich Plaza after the demand for birds grew too great for the family home in Goodrich....more >>

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KBH United caps off season as Metro League Champs

Despite a short bench, the Kearsley Brandon Holly United hockey team ended the 2014-15 season with a Flint Metro League title, led by Flint Metro Coach of the Year Steve Yuchasz. "Going into the season we set some pretty lofty goals, winning the Flint Metro among them," said Yuchasz....more >>

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9/11 emotions, experiences and fears of those who survived

Many Americans have stories recalling where they were on Sept. 11, 2001, the day planes crashed into the World Trade Center in New York, a Pennsylvania field and the Pentagon, killing more than 3,000....more >>
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