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The following is an Op-Ed submitted by Larry Arreguin, Treasurer, 4th Congressional District Organization, Michigan Democratic Party
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Two years ago Josh Strickland purchased an antique chair that purportedly spent decades in the old Owosso Post Office. Today a photo was shared in the Historic Owosso Facebook group. In the photo, a man is sitting in a similar chair. While the thread attempts to figure out who is pictured and where in Owosso the photo was taken, one user suggests that it may have been in the old post office.
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Governor Gretchen Whitmer is out with her 2021 budget proposal. The 61.9-billion-dollar budget increases overall spending by 3.9-percent over last year.
Sterling Heights' giant, golden ring seems to have piqued the interest of a famous speedy, blue hedgehog. Sonic the Hedgehog visited the Halo monument along M-59 Thursday as part of a promotional tour.
Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles announced their 2019 earnings Thursday morning showing a profit of three-billion dollars. Approximately 44-thousand UAW members will receive a profit sharing check of just over 72-hundred dollars.
The Ionia County Sheriff's Office is mourning the loss of the department's only K9 officer. Dinar died unexpectedly from a liver problem last Friday. He was an eight-year-old German Shepherd.
Transportation officials released a list of road projects that will be funded by the sale of bonds. Governor Whitmer announced the plan to sell three-point-five billion dollars in bonds.
The Fenton Police Department is warning people about a letter scam. Residents have been receiving fake letters in the mail requesting donations in support of The Fenton Police Department Benevolent Fund.
During his State of the City address, Mayor Andy Schor spoke extensively about the City of Lansing's plan to fix potholes and other road issues. Another main talking point was making sure mental health is a top priority in the city.
Boyne City’s Main Street program is a semifinalist for the Great American Main Street Award. The award is the top honor within the commercial district revitalization field.
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