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Instant Wine Cellar Fundraiser Benefits United Way

[ April 25, 2014; 7:00 pm; ] On April 25th, the Instant Wine Cellar Fundraiser will take place at the Perry Hotel in Petoskey. The night will begin at 7p.m.

Admission is either a bottle of wine, a six-pack of craft beer, or $15. If you purchase raffle tickets, you will have the opportunity to win one of the donated beverages from [...]

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District Health Department Reminds of Safety Precautions During Flooding

And for those facing flooding after the storms we saw in the past week… District Health Department #10 says your should take precautions for your personal safety.
Flooding and power outages can threaten water quality due to well pump failures and overflowing septic systems.
The District Health Department says you should stay out of flooded basements [...]

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Snyder Declares State of Disaster for Newaygo and Osceola Counties

Gov. Rick Snyder has declared a “state of disaster” for Newaygo and Osceola counties after severe storms, snowfall and heavy rain caused widespread flooding and wind damage over the past week.
By declaring a “state of disaster,” the state of Michigan will make state resources available, and work with local response and recovery efforts in the [...]

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Harbor Springs Doctor Accused of CSC

A northern Michigan doctor is accused of having a inappropriate Doctor-patient relationship.
According to Sheriff Pete Wallin, on March 18, the Emmet County Sheriff’s Office received information from the Petoskey Department of Public Safety following a CSC complaint.
Police investigation alleges 60 year old Richard D. Ferguson, of Harbor Springs had an inappropriate Doctor-Patient Relationship [...]

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Lake City Research Center Does More Than Just Research On Cows

Lake City Research Center uses all 850 of it’s acres for research. Reporter Paula Jasper and Photojournalist Wyatt VanDuinen found out what types of research they do.

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Prom Season is Here, Law Enforcement Reminds: Underage Drinking is Illegal

Prom season is upon us, and local law enforcement is putting out a strong message bout underage drinking.
Isabella County Sherriff Leo Mioduszewski emphasized that underage drinking is not only dangerous, it’s also against the law. Mioduszewski reminds parents that furnishing alcohol to anyone underage is a also crime, and it sends the wrong message [...]

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Knysz Removed from Life Support

The man who killed a Michigan State Police trooper in September is dead.
The Michigan Department of Corrections has confirmed that Eric Knysz, who was convicted of shooting and killing MSP Trooper Paul Butterfield II during a traffic stop in September, was removed from life support around 10:30am on Thursday. Knysz had been put on life [...]

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Crews Flown In to Fight Mackinac Island Fire

Additional crews had to be flown in from the mainland after a fire started at a downtown Mackinac Island business.
An electrical fire broke out at Benjamin’s Photo and Gift shop Wednesday evening.
The island’s Acting Fire Chief Jason St. Onge told MLive that early concerns about the fire in the Gift Shop prompted a call to [...]

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Drunk Driver Involved in Hit-and-Run With School Bus Carrying Special Needs Children

It was a scary afternoon for some special needs children in Cheboygan County after their school bus was hit by a drunk driver.
The Cheboygan County Sheriffs department responded to the accident in the Village of Wolverine on Wednesday afternoon.
That accident occurred near the intersection of East Main Street and South Straits Highway. Police [...]

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“The Toughest Mud You’ll Ever Love”

Want a challenge and your not afraid to get dirty? Reporter Paula Jasper and Photojournalist Wyatt VanDuinen learned about the event Xtreme Muck Ruck and how to join in the fun.

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