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Law Enforcement Stepping Up Speed Enforcement to Halt Rise in Speed-Related Deaths

Law Enforcement Stepping Up Speed Enforcement to Halt Rise in Speed-Related Deaths

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began more than two years ago, law enforcement agencies across Michigan have reported an alarming rise in speeding and fatal crashes. State Police say to combat this troubling and dangerous trend, dozens of municipal, county an

14 hrs 10 mins ago by Erin Hatfield
Michigan Woman's Hall of Fame Inductee Celebrates 101st Birthday!

Michigan Woman's Hall of Fame Inductee Celebrates 101st Birthday!

A Michigan Woman's Hall of Fame inductee is celebrating her 101st birthday today! Dorothy Zehnder is the matriarch of Bavarian Inn and family-owned properties. A Michigan Women's Hall of Fame inductee, recipient of the Saginaw Lifetime Achievement Award,

17 hrs 15 mins ago by Erin Hatfield
Grand Traverse Co. Emergency Management Reminds Residents to Be Wary of Christmas Tree Fires

Grand Traverse Co. Emergency Management Reminds Residents to Be Wary of Christmas Tree Fires

According to the Grand Traverse County Emergency Management on average, U.S Fire departments respond to 230 fires each year that are a result of a Christmas tree. Half of home Christmas tree fires occur between December 22nd and January 5th, and electrica

17 hrs 21 mins ago by Erin Hatfield
December Named Michigan Christmas Tree Month

December Named Michigan Christmas Tree Month

Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer proclaimed December as Michigan Christmas Tree Month, recognizing the vital economic, environmental, and social benefits of Michigan's Christmas tree industry. Michigan currently ranks third in the nation for the number of

20 hrs 18 mins ago by Erin Hatfield
Troopers Fulfill Christmas Wishes for Young Cheboygan Co. Girl

Troopers Fulfill Christmas Wishes for Young Cheboygan Co. Girl

Christmas came early for one young girl in Cheboygan County after MSP troopers teamed up to fulfill her Christmas wish. Yesterday, the State Trooper Outreach Partnership teamed up with the Michigan State Police St. Ignace and Gaylord Posts to fulfill a Ch

20 hrs 18 mins ago by Erin Hatfield
MSU Trustee Pat O’Keefe Quits School’s Governing Board

MSU Trustee Pat O’Keefe Quits School’s Governing Board

A Republican member of Michigan State University’s governing board resigned Wednesday with years left in his term. Pat O’Keefe notified the governor’s office and other trustees. He cited displeasure over the ouster of a business school d

November 30th, 10:08 PM EST by Erin Hatfield
DNR, MDARD Encourage Residents to Report Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

DNR, MDARD Encourage Residents to Report Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

The DNR and MDARD are encouraging those who have eastern hemlock trees to take time this winter to inspect for signs of hemlock woolly adelgid. Anyone taking to the woods also can help by looking for signs of this invasive insect while hunting, hiking or

November 30th, 7:37 PM EST by Erin Hatfield
DNR Addresses Questions Concerning Muzzleloader Season

DNR Addresses Questions Concerning Muzzleloader Season

The DNR states that they have received quite a few questions concerning this year’s muzzleloader season and what hunting equipment can be used. They state that hunters in Zone 3 and Oceana, Newaygo, Mecosta, Muskegon, Isabella, Midland and Bay count

November 30th, 4:58 PM EST by Erin Hatfield
MSP Issue Warning After an Elderly Honor Couple was Scammed

MSP Issue Warning After an Elderly Honor Couple was Scammed

The Michigan State Police has issued a scam warning after they were made aware of a scam committed against an elderly couple from Honor. The elderly couple went to a gas station in Garfield Township to use the Bitcoin ATM. The station manager suspected so

November 30th, 4:58 PM EST by Erin Hatfield
North Ed is Offering Driver's License Testing

North Ed is Offering Driver's License Testing

We spoke with Patrick Lamb who is the Assistant Superintendent for North Ed Career Tech in Traverse City. North Ed is now offering driver's license testing for standard vehicles, motorcycles and cdl licenses for the community. This has been available sinc

November 30th, 1:30 PM EST by Kennedy Payne
McBain Rural Agricultural School Holding Full-Scale Exercise

McBain Rural Agricultural School Holding Full-Scale Exercise

Missaukee County has announced that a Full-Scale Exercise will take place at the McBain Rural Agricultural School on December 3. A Full-Scale Exeriseis intended to test and evaluate the operational capability of their emergency management system in an int

November 29th, 8:56 PM EST by Erin Hatfield
Woman Sentenced for Oct. 2021 Quadruple Homicide in Clare Co.

Woman Sentenced for Oct. 2021 Quadruple Homicide in Clare Co.

A Farwell woman has been sentenced to life without parole after murdering 4 people in October last year. Judy Marie Boyer plead guilty on September 21 to Murder First Degree – Premeditated for the deaths of Henry Boyer and Patricia Boyer, and to Mur

November 29th, 8:56 PM EST by Erin Hatfield
Stolen 'NO PARKING' Signs in Big Rapids

Stolen 'NO PARKING' Signs in Big Rapids

The Big Rapids Police Department is asking for the community's help with stolen signs. Over the holiday weekend, five "NO PARKING" signs were stolen from the 200 block of Cedar and Chestnut and the 500 and 600 blocks of S. Warren. If you know who may have

November 29th, 4:39 PM EST by Erin Hatfield
Man Arrested After Breaking Into Emmet Co. Home On Thanksgiving

Man Arrested After Breaking Into Emmet Co. Home On Thanksgiving

A Huron County man was arrested after breaking into a home on Thanksgiving. Around 3:55 p.m. last Thursday a Michigan State Police was dispatched to a home on W. Bear River Road in Bear Creek Township in Emmet County for a residential alarm. The homeowner

November 29th, 4:38 PM EST by Erin Hatfield
Celebrate #GivingTuesday Here in Michigan

Celebrate #GivingTuesday Here in Michigan

For those who do not know, GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement that unleashes the power of radical generosity worldwide. According to GivingTuesday.org. the holiday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day encouraging people to do good. Over

November 29th, 4:37 PM EST by Erin Hatfield

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