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OWOSSO — Itsa Deli Thing, 202 W. Main St., is giving away free meals to the public on Thanks…

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PERRY — Students in Perry Public Schools’ consumers math class visited Carl’s Nov. 9 and 10.

OWOSSO — The Greater Lansing Food Bank and the Shiawassee Family YMCA are hosting a mobile f…

DURAND — Members of the VFW and AmVets in Durand conducted a remembrance ceremony on Veteran…

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BYRON — Throughout her three-plus decades in public education, Tricia Murphy-Alderman has se…

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OAKLEY — A house fire early this morning resulted in a fatality, according to the Saginaw County Sheriff’s Office.

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OWOSSO — The Owosso Public Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to move all instruction online, beginning Nov. 30, through at least Jan. 10, citing concerns over increased coronavirus spread during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.

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PERRY — Perry High School senior Ethan Smith plans to study video game design and music composition next fall, ideally at Michigan State University, which he said not only has a good game design program but is close to home.

SHIAWASSEE AREA — School districts throughout the area are transitioning at least a portion of students to fully online learning for a second time in nine months as coronavirus cases continue to surge across the state, but the shift is playing out differently from district to district.

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OWOSSO— Area businesses are doing their best to weather the latest round COVID-19 restrictions put in place by the Michigan Department of Heath and Human Services (MDHHS), restrictions that ban the public from eating in-person at bars and restaurants.

OWOSSO — Itsa Deli Thing, 202 W. Main St., is giving away free meals to the public on Thanksgiving, due to the COVID-19-related lockdown that will likely keep many families apart for the holiday.

CORUNNA — In a surprise reversal, Shiawassee County Commissioner John Plowman added a proposal to retain attorney Ryan Painter as corporate counsel for local matters a day after it was tabled for a month — and the board then approved the proposal in a 6-1 vote.