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Small power outage reported

Posted: Friday, June 15, 2012 10:05 am

OWOSSO TWP. — Forty-eight Consumers Energy customers were without power for a brief period Friday morning.

The cause of the interruption, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., was not known, Terry DeDoes of Consumers said today.

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MMPA MARKETING TOUR

Seen here, from left, are Clinton County participants in the 78th annual MMPA/4-H Milk Marketing Tour Allison Schafer, Madeline Meyer, MMPA director of milk sales Carl Rasch, Cameron Cook and Forrest Nash. Members and adult leaders of 4-H clubs and FFA chapters from several counties gathered at the MMPA headquarters in Novi June 17-18 for the tour. The two-day conference, co-sponsored by MMPA and Michigan State University Extension, is the longest-running 4-H tour in existence. The focus is to educate students about milk marketing principles as well as the duties and operations of a dairy cooperative. A wide range of dairy-related topics was presented by MMPA’s president, general manager and other MMPA staff members during the tour. For many of the students, this was their first formal exposure to cooperatives and their vital role in milk marketing.

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