DURAND — Railroad Days officials this week announced a variety of planned activities for the upcoming festival, slated for May 14-16.
OWOSSO — After self-publishing six Christian romance and women’s fiction books, starting in 2015, Melissa Wardwell came close to giving up on writing a couple of years ago.
CHESANING —Saginaw County Fair officials this week announced they are planning an in-person fair this summer.
OWOSSO — Owosso’s Curwood Castle is once again welcoming visitors after a year-long closure spurred by the coronavirus pandemic.
OWOSSO — The 2021 Kids in Curwood Country parade is seeking entries.
OWOSSO — Stronghold Quartet, of the Howell/Fowlerville area, will present a concert for the mid-Michigan Community Christian Singles at 7 p.m. Saturday at Grace Bible Church, 216 Michigan Ave.
OWOSSO — The Shiawassee Regional Chamber of Commerce Thursday highlighted several business and community leaders for their outstanding efforts in 2020, a year dramatically altered by the coronavirus pandemic.
DURAND — The Durand Winterfest court, named at a recent basketball game, includes:
DURAND — Durand Union Station, the Clock Tower — those are a couple of obvious photo subjects.
OWOSSO — Virginia Woodard, called Dolly by friends, grew up in Detroit during a golden age when the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Michigan Opera Theatre were vital centers of cultural life.
OWOSSO — The Z Hall is hosting a community Palm Sunday dinner from noon to 2:30 p.m. March 28.
NEW LOTHROP — The Community District Library this week announced its New Lothrop branch is hosting a retirement celebration for branch manager Elaine Prine from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, her last day at the library.
OWOSSO — As an artist, Jane Reiter will repurpose just about any material to complete a piece — whether it be a torn up T-shirt, the hem of a dress or some buttons passed down from a friend.
OWOSSO — All students grades 9-12 in Shiawassee County, Chesaning and Ovid-Elsie are invited to participate in the Shiawassee Arts Center’s 48th annual High School Art Scholarship Show and Competition that runs April 28 to May 2.
CORUNNA — Throughout his 13-year tenure as Corunna mayor, Chuck Kerridge has witnessed a great deal of change, from the removal of the city’s decrepit dam to the revival of the city’s Community Center.
OWOSSO — In the mid-1800s, thousands of people from Ireland escaped a deadly potato famine to come to Michigan, where they faced the challenges of their new lives with humor and resilience.
DURAND — The Durand Railroad Days Festival this week announced two candidates will compete for the Miss Railroad Days queen and attendant titles.
OWOSSO — The Shiawassee Arts Center is offering Introduction to Drawing Class for beginning/intermediate adult students from March 16 to April 20.
CORUNNA — In recognition of February as National Bird Feeding Month, the Community District Library is hosting a virtual Zoom birding event at 7 p.m. Feb. 25.
MAPLE GROVE TWP. — Twin Township Ambulance has resumed conducting drawings.