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LOCAL NEWS for FRI 22SEP17

ON THURSDAY, DETECTIVES FROM THE HURON UNDERCOVER NARCOTICS TEAM ASSISTED MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS WITH THE APPREHENSION OF A PAROLE ABSCONDER. MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ABSCONDER RECOVERY UNIT BECAME AWARE THAT 32 YEAR OLD ANTOINE CAMPBELL WAS IN THE ALPENA AREA. OFFICERS TRACKED CAMPBELL TO A RESIDENCE IN THE 200 BLOCK OF LIBERTY STREET, WITHIN THE CITY OF ALPENA. CAMPBELL WAS OBSERVED LEAVING THE RESIDENCE AND WAS ARRESTED AT THAT TIME. CAMPBELL WAS LODGED IN THE ALPENA COUNTY JAIL PENDING TRANSPORTATION TO A CORRECTIONAL FACILITY. CORRECTIONS OFFICERS AND HUNT WERE ASSISTED BY TROOPERS FROM THE MICHIGAN STATE POLICE ALPENA POST.

A Rose City woman was hospitalized with severe injuries after being struck by a vehicle.  The woman was hit while walking down Greenwood Road in Mills Township Tuesday. According to the Ogemaw County Herald, the Michigan State Police report, the 49-year-old woman was walking east on Greenwood Road in the westbound lane, when she was struck by a vehicle that had attempted to avoid her. The vehicle, driven by a 74-year-old Alger man, struck the woman with its front passenger side and the woman was thrown an estimated 31 feet from the collision site. The woman was transported by ambulance to West Branch Regional Medical Center before being transferred to Covenant Hospital in Saginaw. The accident is still under investigation.

GRANT APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED BY THE MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES FOR THE URBAN AND COMMUNITY FORESTRY PROGRAM. UP TO $90,000 DOLLARS IS AVAILABLE FOR PROJECTS STATEWIDE. APPLICANTS MAY REQUEST GRANTS UP TO $20,000 DOLLARS AND REQUIRE A ONE-TO-ONE MATCH OF FUNDS. LOCAL UNITES OF GOVERNMENT, NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS, SCHOOLS AND TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS ARE ELIGIBLE. GRANT APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY TODAY. FOR A GRANT APPLICATION OR MORE INFORMATION VISIT MICHIGAN DOT GOV.

The Tri-Town Fire Department will host its third open house on Saturday.  The open house is an opportunity for families more familiar with the department as a whole. According to the Oscoda County Herald, Fire Chief Dave Stenzel said the open house usually gets good responses from attendees and will include many activities for the whole family to participate in. Stenzel said the open house is an opportunity for locals to get more acquainted with their local fire department while learning about fire prevention and safety. It will run from 11am to 2pm at the Tri-Town Fire Department, 1508 West 11th Street in Mio. For more information, call the department at 826-5946.

LOCAL SPORTS

The Tawas boys varsity soccer team traveled to Saginaw and lost 4-3 loss to Nouvel.  After being down 3-0 at the half and no scoring the first 10 minutes of the second half there was a 30 minute game delay due to thunder and lightning in the distance.  Tawas came back from the delay with an urgency, put it together and scored 3 goals to tie it up with 8 minutes left on the clock.  At the 3 minute mark Nouvel scored what turned out to be the game winner. Scoring for the team was Drake Nelson with 2 and Logan Gould with 1. Gould had the 2 assists on Nelsons goals while Nelson had the assist on Gould’s goal.  Sam Bacarella was in goal, had 4 goals against and 5 saves.

The Oscoda Owls posted a win last night in Standish with an 8-3 victory. The Owls took a commanding lead with 3 goals in the first 16 minutes.  Standish roared back to tie the match at half.  The Owls buckled down and finished the second half with 5 goals. Anthony Mendez had 3 goals, including the game winner.  Gabe Kellstrom, Aiden Backstrom, Darius Fulton, Joel Livvix and Mike Castillo all scored lone goals.  Ben Berenkowski made 2 assists. Livvix, Caleb Watson, Rolando Vazquez, Castillo and John Stephan all made assists. Oscoda's defense was led by Livvix with 6 Steals.  Kameron Thomas made 5 Steals and Backstrom 4 with 5 Intercepts. 

ELSEWHERE:
OGEMAW HEIGHTS 6  ROSCOMMON 2
PETOSKEY 1  ALPENA 0

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:
Alcona defeated Fairview, 25-10, 23-25, 25-4, 25-13.
Taylor Livingston had 12 kills and 9 digs and Jenelle Carpenter served 11 aces.

8 MAN FOOTBALL:
DECKERVILLE 58  DRYDEN 12

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LOCAL NEWS for THU 21SEP17

STATE REPRESENTATIVE SUE ALLOR ON WEDNESDAY VOTED FOR A RESOLUTION EXTENDING FUNDS FOR THE IOSCO COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT TO CONTINUE PATROLS OF CITY AND VILLAGE STREETS IN THE COUNTY. ALLOR, OF WOLVERINE, SAID SOME OF THE MUNICIPALITIES IN THE COUNTY HAVE EXPERIENCED ECONOMIC CHALLENGES THAT REQUIRED THEM TO TRIM LOCAL POLICE RANKS AND COUNTY PATROLS HAVE STEPPED IN TO MAINTAIN PUBLIC SAFETY. ALLOR SAID THE SECONDARY ROAD PATROL MONEY HAS BEEN AVAILABLE TO THE IOSCO COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT IN THE PAST AND SHE WHOLEHEARTEDLY SUPPORT EXTENDING FUNDING FOR ANOTHER YEAR. THE RESOLUTION NOW GOES TO THE FULL HOUSE FOR CONSIDERATION.

THE TAWAS POLICE AUTHORITY WILL HAVE NEW UNIFORMS.  THE TAWAS POLICE AUTHORITY APPROVED THE PURCHASE OF THE NEW UNIFORMS FOR ALL FIVE OFFICERS. ACCORDING TO THE IOSCO COUNTY NEWS HERALD, TOTAL COST FOR THE NEW UNIFORMS IS $3,743 DOLLARS AND WILL BE PAID FOR THROUGH A DONATION MADE BY PLASTIC TRIM INTERNATIONAL, MINTH GROUP. CHIEF MARK FERGUSON SAID THE AUTHORITY HAS BEEN LOOKING AT CHANGING THE UNIFORMS TO A MORE COMFORTABLE SYSTEM. THE PURCHASE WILL ALLOW FOR EACH OFFICER TO RECEIVE THREE SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS, THREE LONG SLEEVE WINTER SHIRTS, THREE PAIRS OF TROUSERS AND AN OUTER VEST CARRIER.

THE MICHIGAN STATE POLICE ALPENA POST REPORTS THAT A TROOPER WAS DISPATCHED TO AN ADDRESS IN ALPENA TOWNSHIP FOR A POSSIBLE BREAKING AND ENTERING IN PROGRESS. THE B&E WAS LATER DETERMINED TO BE UNFOUNDED, BUT ON THE WAY TO THE SCENE, THE TROOPER WAS ABLE TO LOCATE THE SUSPECT VEHICLE. THE TROOPER FOUND THE DRIVER TO BE A 39 YEAR OLD MAN FROM POST FALLS, IDAHO. THROUGH AN INVESTIGATION DURING THE TRAFFIC STOP, THE DRIVER WAS ULTIMATELY ARRESTED FOR OPERATING WHILE INTOXICATED, HIGH BLOOD ALCOHOL CONTENT AND LODGED IN THE ALPENA COUNTY JAIL.

The Kinde North Huron school district will be voting on a bond issue November 7th.  The proposal is for $8.2 million over 11 years and three months. According to the Huron daily Tribune, The proposal is to replace an expiring bond issue that voters approved in 1998. The proposal, if passed, would allow Kinde North Huron to upgrade two boilers in the elementary school, upgrade another in the junior/senior high school, upgrade the lighting in all of the gyms with LED lighting, add playground equipment, upgrade the bleachers on both sides of the football field and add perimeter door card access around the buildings. Voting will take place at the elementary school gym on Tuesday, November 7th.

LOCAL SPORTS

BOYS SOCCER:
CLARE 3  HOUGHTON LAKE 0

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:
PINCONNING 3  SAGINAW MICHIGAN LUTHERAN SEMINARY 2


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LOCAL NEWS for WED 20SEP17

THE MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES HAS CLOSED TWO BOATING ACCESS SITES FOR REPAIRS. LAKE FIFTEEN PUBLIC BOATING ACCESS SITE, LOCATED NEAR ATLANTA, IS CLOSED TO REPLACE DAMAGED RAMP PLANKS. THE SITE IS SCHEDULED TO BE OPEN BY THIS SATURDAY. ALSO THE WEST HIGGINS LAKE BOATING ACCESS SITE IN ROSCOMMON COUNTY IS CLOSED FOR A BOAT RAMP REPLACEMENT PROJECT. IT IS SCHEDULED TO REOPEN BY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19TH. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT MICHIGAN DOT GOV.

The AuSable Township Board of Trustees adopted an ordinance to allow for medical marijuana facilities in the township.  The ordinance will go into effect when state regulations for such businesses go in to effect on December 15th. According to the Oscoda Press, The ordinance sets a limit of three of each of the following facilities in its industrial district: Grower, processor, secure transporter and safety compliance facility. Only one provisioning center can open, which must be located in a business district. The decision BY THE AUSABLE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTEES for adoption was not unanimous with  Treasurer Mary Jo Samotis and Trustee Jeffrey Moss dissenting.

A RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY TO CELEBRATE THE REMOVAL OF BUHL DAM ON THE SOUTH BRANCH OF THE PINE RIVER IN ALCONA COUNTY, WILL BE HELD TOMORROW AT NOON. ACCORDING TO HURON PINES, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN DECADES, NATIVE BROOK TROUT AND STEELHEAD WILL GAIN ACCESS TO UPSTREAM SECTIONS OF THE SOUTH BRANCH OF THE PINE RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES. IN ADDITION TO RECONNECTING OVER TWENTY MILES OF UPSTREAM HABITAT, THE DAM REMOVAL ALLOWED FOR THE INSTALLATION OF A NEW FOOTBRIDGE PROVIDING SAFE AND EASY ACCESS TO THE HURON MANISTEE NATIONAL FOREST.

THE CITY OF WEST BRANCH IS CONSIDERING COMBINING THE DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY AND PLANNING COMMISSION.  CITY MANAGER HEATHER GRACE INTRODUCED THE PROPOSAL AT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING. ACCORDING TO THE OGEMAW COUNTY HERALD, GRACE SAID THAT THERE HAVE BEEN ATTENDANCE ISSUES FOR THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND DDA RECENTLY. A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSAL WILL BE HELD MONDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, 6PM, AT CITY HALL IN WEST BRANCH. IT WILL TAKE PLACE DURING THE CITY COUNCIL'S REGULAR MEETING. DURING THAT TIME, RESIDENTS CAN ADDRESS THE CITY COUNCIL WITH THEIR THOUGHTS ON THE PROPOSAL. YOU CAN ALSO SUBMIT COMMENTS BY CALLING CITY HALL AT 345-0500.

Local sports 

BOYS SOCCER:
The Tawas boys varsity soccer team defeated Oscoda last night 3-0.  Scoring for the team was Mike Anderson, Drake Nelson & Josh Maynard.  Mike Anderson was also credited with an assist on the Nelson goal.  Dan Shattuck was in goal and had 6 saves to earn the shutout. 

elsewhere:
roscommon 8  harbor springs harbor light christian 0

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:
Alcona defeated AuGres-sims, 25-17, 25-15, 25-9 Hailee Gordy had 5 aces and 8 kills.

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LOCAL NEWS for TUE 19SEP17

Homeowners and renters in Bay, Gladwin, Isabella and Midland counties who suffered damage as a result of the severe storms and flooding of June 22-27 have two weeks remaining to register for state and federal Individual Assistance. Disaster assistance can include money for essential home repairs, personal property losses and other serious disaster-related needs not covered by insurance. Survivors can continue to register for FEMA assistance online until October 2nd at disaster assistance dot gov or by using the FEMA App on your smart phone. You can register by phone at 800-621-3362. Operators are multilingual and calls are answered from 7am to 10pm seven days a week. Disaster Recovery Centers in Midland and Mt. Pleasant are open 9am to 6pm Monday through Friday and from 9am to 2pm Saturday.

THE OGEMAW COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION REPORTS THAT BEACH ROAD IN LOGAN TOWNSHIP, FROM STAHLBUSH ROAD SOUTH TO M-55, WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL THROUGH TRAFFIC, DUE TO A CROSS-CULVERT REPLACEMENT STARTING TODAY AT 7AM, REOPENING AT 4PM. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE OGEMAW COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION AT 989-345-0234.

LOCAL SPORTS:
The Tawas boys varsity soccer team defeated Ogemaw Heights last night 4-2.  Scoring for the Braves was Mike Anderson with two goals while Logan Gould and Drake Nelson each added one.  Assists were credited to Ed Klenow and Logan Gould each with one.  Dan Shattuck was in goal and allowed two goals and made eight saves. 

elsewhere:
harbor beach 5  Memphis 1
bad axe 2  marlette 0  

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LOCAL NEWS for MON 18SEP17

THERE WAS AN ACCIDENT YESTERDAY MORNING AT THE CORNER OF U.S. 23 AND AULERICH ROAD IN BALDWIN TOWNSHIP. ACCORDING TO THE MICHIGAN STATE POLICE, AT 6:47AM, A TAWAS AREA SCHOOL BUS WAS MAKING A LEFT TURN OFF U.S. 23 ONTO AULERICH ROAD, WHEN IT COLLIDED WITH A PICKUP TRUCK DRIVEN BY 28 YEAR OLD CHRISTOPHER HILLIARD, 28, OF OSCODA. HILLARD WAS EXTRACTED FROM HIS VEHICLE USING THE JAWS OF LIFE AND SENT TO SAGINAW SAINT MARY'S HOSPITAL IN SERIOUS BUT STABLE CONDITION. THE FOUR CHILDREN ON THE BUS AND THE DRIVER WERE UNINJURED. HILLIARD WAS DEEMED AT FAULT DUE TO THE FACT HE DID NOT HAVE HIS LIGHTS ON AND THE BUS DRIVER DID NOT SEE HIM. THE ACCIDENT REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION BY THE MICHIGAN STATE POLICE. 

A two-car accident on Friday resulted in the deaths of a 71-year-old Luzerne man and a 50-year-old Riverview woman. According to the Oscoda County Herald, Four other occupants were injured as a result of the accident, which occurred on M-33 north of Mio near James Drive in Big Creek Township. Oscoda County Sheriff Kevin Grace said the accident occurred when a grey Ford Escape traveling northbound crossed into the path of a southbound red Dodge Pickup for unknown reasons at approximately 2:35pm. The Oscoda County Sheriff’s Department, Oscoda County EMS and Tri-Town Fire Department responded to calls and later called for assistance from the Michigan State Police-Alpena Post to help with the investigation. Names have not been released pending notification of family, with the accident still under investigation. At this time, speed is not believed to have been a factor and seat belt use is still being determined for all occupants.

The Oscoda Township Board of Trustees endorsed a preferred location for a filtration plant.  The granular activated carbon filtration plant will be installed by the U.S. Air Force. According to the Oscoda Press, The Air Force had a different location in mind, but discussions between township representatives and the Oscoda-Wurtsmith Airport Authority indicate that there may be a better option. An alternative proposal for the site involves Airport Authority property and authority members agreed at their September 7th meeting to recommend to the township that the former fuel storage facility be re-purposed to serve as the plant site. The plant will be used as part of the ongoing groundwater treatment process in the Wurtsmith District and will filter out PFO’S and PFOA chemicals.

Two people were injured when their tractors hauling manure tankers collided and then overturned in rural Sanilac County. According to M-Live, The tractor drivers, a 47-year-old Deckerville man and a 21-year-old Mayville man, were transported to area hospitals for treatment of injuries. Sanilac County Under-sheriff Brad Roff said The Deckerville man was later taken to Covenant HealthCare in Saginaw. Deputies report that a tractor hauling an empty manure tanker was headed northbound on Decker Road when another tractor hauling a full manure tanker, came southbound. As the two began to pass each other, the southbound tractor, driven by the Mayville man, veered too far into the shoulder and struck a driveway embankment, causing him to go into the other lane and strike the other tanker's rear tire. Both tractors overturned multiple times before coming to a rest on opposite sides of the road.

STATE SENATOR JIM STAMAS WAS RECENTLY RECOGNIZED AS LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR.  THREE ORGANIZATIONS HONORED 36TH DISTRICT STATE SENATOR JIM STAMAS. ACCORDING TO THE ALCONA COUNTY REVIEW, STAMAS WAS CHOSEN LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR BY THE MICHIGAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. HE WAS PRESENTED WITH THE AWARD IN ALPENA BY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GAIL MADZIA AND LIBRARY DIRECTOR ERIC MAGNESS-EUBANK. STAMAS WAS ALSO NAMED LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR BY THE MSALL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION AND THE MICHIGAN WORKS ASSOCIATION AT THAT ASSOCIATION’S ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN MOUNT PLEASANT LAST WEEK.  

ARENAC COUNTY OFFICIALS ARE INTERESTED IN HAVING THE CITY OF AUGRES RUN THE POINT AUGRES PARK.  AUGRES MAYOR BILL BORUSHKO WAS RECENTLY APPROACHED BY COUNTY OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS THE CITY OPERATING THE COUNTY PARK. ACCORDING TO THE ARENAC COUNTY INDEPENDENT, BORUSHKO SAID THE COUNTY HAS HAD TROUBLE MAKING A PROFIT AT THE PARK. HE SAID BEFORE GOING ANY FURTHER, THERE WOULD HAVE TO BE A LEASE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND COUNTY. COUNTY COMMISSION CHAIRMAN, RON BRANDA, ADDED THAT ANY PROSPECTIVE DEAL BETWEEN THE CITY AND COUNTY WOULD HAVE TO INVOLVE THE STATE SINCE POINT AUGRES PARK WAS BUILT AND BOUGHT WITH STATE GRANT MONEY.

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STATE NEWS for FRI 22SEP17

WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ARE BEING WARNED TO BE CAREFUL AFTER A MAN HELD UP A CONVENIENCE STORE NEAR CAMPUS AT ABOUT FOUR THIS MORNING. THE MAN IN HIS 40'S REPORTEDLY POINTED A GUN AT THE CLERK BEFORE TAKING AN UNDISCLOSED AMOUNT OF CASH AND CIGARETTES. THE CIRCLE K STORE IS A FEW BLOCKS AWAY FROM WESTERN'S MAIN CAMPUS.

POLICE IN GRANDVILLE ARE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO FIRED SHOTS OUTSIDE A RESTAURANT EARLY THIS MORNING. WOOD TV REPORTS POLICE SAY THERE HAD BEEN A DANCE PARTY INSIDE THE KOBE JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE AND A FIGHT BROKE OUT IN THE PARKING LOT. A MAN FIRED SHOTS INTO THE AIR AND FLED THE SCENE. POLICE SAY SEVERAL 9 MILLIMETER CASINGS WERE FOUND...SIMILAR TO THE TYPE OF GUNS STOLEN FROM THE CABELA'S IN GRANDVILLE LAST WEEK. IT'S NOT KNOWN IF THERE'S A CONNECTION.

IN WEST MICHIGAN, THE KENT COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT IS LOOKING FOR A MAN WHO HELD
UP A PARTY STORE AT GUNPOINT LATE LAST NIGHT IN OAKFIELD TOWNSHIP. THE OWNER OF ZAIN'S PARTY STORE SAYS HE WAS CLOSING UP FOR THE NIGHT WHEN THE SUSPECT BRANDISHED A GUN AND DEMANDED MONEY. THE SUSPECT IS DESCRIBED AS HISPANIC IN HIS MID 30'S, SIX FEET WITH SOME FACIAL HAIR AND WEARING A GREY HOODIE.

A 21-YEAR-OLD ALTO MAN, LUCAS YONKER, WAS KILLED IN A TWO VEHICLE CRASH IN WEST
MICHIGAN THURSDAY. THE KENT COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT SAYS YONKER WAS MAKING A TURN WHEN THE DRIVER OF AN EASTBOUND DUMP TRUCK CROSSED THE CENTER LINE AND HIT THE PICKUP . YONKER DIED AT THE SCENE OF THE CRASH. THE DUMP TRUCK DRIVER WAS TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL WITH NON LIFE THREATENING INJURIES. ALCOHOL IS NOT BELIEVED TO BE A FACTOR IN THE CRASH.

THE BABY, BORN TO A TERMINALLY ILL WEST MICHIGAN WOMAN, HAS NOW DIED. FIFTEEN DAY OLD LIFE LYNN DEKLYEN (DE-KLINE) DIED WEDNESDAY NIGHT . CARRIE DEKLYEN DECLINED
EXPERIMENTAL TREATMENT SO SHE COULD HAVE THE BABY AND SHE WAS TAKEN OFF LIFE SUPPORT THREE DAYS AFTER LIFE LYNN WAS BORN. THE BABY WEIGHED JUST ONE POUND, FOUR OUNCES.  CARRIE'S SISTER-IN-LAW , SONYA DEKLYEN NELSON SAYS SHE'S ROCKING A BABY GIRL...SHE'S JUST ROCKING HER IN HEAVEN.

AFTER TOMORROW NIGHT'S BOB SEGER CONCERT, THE PALACE OF AUBURN HILLS WILL SHUT DOWN FOR GOOD. THIS WILL BE THE FINAL PUBLIC EVENT AT THE ARENA WHICH FIRST OPENED IN 1988. NO DEFINITE PLANS FOR THE PROPERTY OR ARENA, THOUGH IT IS EXPECTED THE DETROIT PISTONS WILL KEEP OFFICES AND OTHER NON-GAME OPERATIONS AT THE PALACE FOR AT LEAST THE NEXT SEASON.

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STATE NEWS for THU 21SEP17

THE DEFENSE ATTORNEYS FOR THREE FORMER MICHIGAN STATE FOOTBALL PLAYERS ACCUSED OF RAPE ARE EXPECTED TO WAIVE TODAY'S HEARING TO DETERMINE IF THE CASE SHOULD GO TO TRIAL. JOSH KING, DONNIE CORLEY JR. AND DEMETRIC VANCE WERE KICKED OFF THE TEAM AFTER CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST THEM WERE MADE PUBLIC IN JUNE. LAST WEEK, THE DEFENSE ATTORNEYS WERE ALLOWED ACCESS TO THE APARTMENT WHERE THE ASSAULT ALLEGEDLY TOOK PLACE. THE WOMAN SAID SHE WAS ASSAULTED IN THE APARTMENT'S BATHROOM DURING A PARTY IN JANUARY.

A 23-YEAR-OLD TRAVERSE CITY MAN IS FACING AN OPEN MURDER CHARGE IN THE DEATH OF A 48-
YEAR-OLD MAN. 9 AND 10 NEWS REPORTS THE MAN WAS A NEIGHBOR OF THE SUSPECT AND HE
WAS FOUND DEAD IN A HOME IN GARFIELD TOWNSHIP WEDNESDAY MORNING. THERE WERE
SIGNS OF TRAUMA ON THE VICTIM'S BODY.

A MICHIGAN STATE POLICE TROOPER, WHO WAS SET TO BE MARRIED IN A COUPLE WEEKS, HAS
DIED AFTER AN ACCIDENT. 28-YEAR OLD TIMOTHY O'NEILL WAS ON HIS MOTORCYCLE WEDNESDAY
MORNING WHEN HE WAS INVOLVED IN A CRASH IN PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP, NORTHEAST OF GRAND
RAPIDS.  MICHIGAN STATE POLICE LIEUTENANT KEVIN SWEENEY SAYS O'NEILL'S DEATH IS BEING FELT BY ALL STATE POLICE OFFICERS.

FIVE WEST MICHIGAN TEENS ARE BEING CHARGED WITH STEALING GUNS FROM A CABELA'S IN GRANDVILLE OVER THE WEEKEND. WOOD TV REPORTS POLICE HAVE RECOVERED FIVE OF THE GUNS , BUT ARE STILL LOOKING FOR OTHERS. KENT COUNTY PROSECUTOR CHRIS BECKER SAYS THE TEENS RANGE IN AGE FROM 13 TO 16 AND EACH FACE CHARGES OF LARCENY IN A BUILDING AND LARCENY OF A FIREARM....BOTH FIVE YEAR FELONIES. HE SAYS THEY MAY TO TRY SOME OF THE TEENS AS ADULTS BECAUSE OF THEIR PAST RECORDS.

THE LATEST SAFETY TECHNOLOGY IN LARGE TRUCKS COULD PREVENT UP TO 63-HUNDRED CRASHES EACH YEAR, ACCORDING TO TRIPLE-A MICHIGAN. RESEARCHERS SAY THE SAFETY BENEFITS OF SUCH EQUIPMENT FAR OUTWEIGH THE COSTS: SAFETY FEATURES INCLUDING LANE DEPARTURE WARNING SYSTEMS AND AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY BRAKING COULD RESULT IN HUNDRED OF FEWER TRAFFIC FATALITIES. MANY LARGE COMMERCIAL FLEETS HAVE BEGUN EQUIPPING TRUCKS WITH THESE SAFETY
FEATURES. NATIONWIDE, THE NUMBER OF CRASHES INVOLVING LARGE TRUCKS INCREASED FOUR PERCENT BETWEEN 2014 AND 2015. TRIPLE A ALSO FOUND SIX IN TEN DRIVERS FELT UNCOMFORTABLE SHARING THE ROAD WITH BIG RIGS THAN WITH PASSENGER CARS.

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STATE NEWS for WED 20SEP17

TWO WEST MICHIGAN MEN AND THREE OTHERS, WHO PLAY FOOTBALL FOR WHEATON COLLEGE IN
ILLINOIS, ARE FACING FELONY CHARGES FOR HAZING ANOTHER MEMBER OF THE TEAM. WOOD TV REPORTS THEY ALLEGEDLY DUCT TAPED THE PLAYERS HANDS AND FEET AND ATTEMPTED TO
SODOMIZE HIM WITH AN OBJECT BEFORE THEY DUMPED HIM HALF-NAKED IN A PARK IN 2016.
THE PLAYERS, INCLUDING SAMUEL TEBOS, OF ALLENDALE AND KYLER KREGEL , OF GRAND
RAPIDS, ARE CHARGED WITH AGGRAVATED BATTERY, MOB ACTION, AND UNLAWFUL RESTRAINT.

A WEXFORD COUNTY WOMAN COULD FACE LIFE IN PRISON SINCE SHE'S NOW CHARGED WITH ARSON
IN THE EXPLOSION AT THE GREEN MILL MOTEL IN MANTON LAST MAY. AMANDA SKARDOTOUS IS
ALREADY CHARGED WITH MANUFACTURING MARIJUANA AND FELONY CHILD ABUSE. SHE AND HER TWO CHILDREN WERE BADLY BURNED WHEN SHE WAS ALLEGEDLY USING BUTANE TO MAKE HASH OIL IN HER HOTEL ROOM.

HOW WOULD A COMPUTER USING FINGERPRINT RECOGNITION KNOW THAT ITS REALLY YOUR FINGER?  RESEARCHERS AT MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY HAVE CREATED A SYNTHETIC FINGER THAT HAS MORE OF THE BASIC PROPERTIES OF REAL SKIN. THIS CAN BE IS USED TO TEST FINGERPRINT READERS TO SEE HOW WELL THEY DETECT SPOOF ATTACKS. THIS WILL ALSO HELP DEVELOPERS COME UP WITH MORE FOOLPROOF VERSIONS OF FINGERPRINT READERS. THE TECHNOLOGY IS BECOMING MORE COMMON IN
BANKS, AIRPORTS, BORDER SECURITY AND CELL PHONES.

THE ACLU TAKING THE STATE OF MICHIGAN TO COURT TODAY FOR ALLOWING STATE-FUNDED CHILD ADOPTION AGENCIES TO TURN AWAY FAMILIES BASED ON RELIGIOUS OBJECTIONS. ATTORNEYS FOR THE ACLU SAYS THE AGENCIES HIRED BY THE STATE DISCRIMINATE AGAINST SAME-SEX COUPLES WANTING TO ADOPT BASED ON THE AGENCIES RELIGIOUS BELIEFS. THE ACLU SAYS THE PRACTICE IS HARMFUL TO CHILDREN.

A CADILLAC MAN MAY FACE CHARGES TODAY FOR MAKING METH AND RUNNING A DRUG HOUSE. 9
AND 10 NEWS REPORTS MICHIGAN STATE POLICE AND THE TRAVERSE NARCOTICS TEAM RECEIVED
A TIP THAT SOMEONE WAS MAKING METH IN HARING TOWNSHIP NEAR CADILLAC. THE NARCOTICS TEAM SEARCHED THE HOME AND FOUND THE MAN AND ITEMS TO MAKE METH.

REPUBLICAN STATE SENATOR TONYA SCHUITMAKER HAS ANNOUNCED SHE'S RUNNING FOR MICHIGAN ATTORNEY GENERAL IN 2018. THE 49-YEAR-OLD FROM LAWTON - SOUTHWEST OF
KALAMAZOO - ANNOUNCED HER CANDIDACY ON TUESDAY TO SUCCEED REPUBLICAN BILL
SCHUETTE.  SCHUITMAKER SAYS THAT WANTS TO FIGHT AGAINST FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OVERREACH, AND PROTECT WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO MICHIGAN FAMILIES.  MEANWHILE, FORMER U.S. ATTORNEY FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN, PAT MILES, A DEMOCRAT, HAS REPORTEDLY FILED PAPERWORK TO RUN FOR STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL, BUT HAS YET TO ANNOUNCE HIS CANDIDACY.

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STATE NEWS for TUE 19SEP17

TRIAL BEGINS TODAY IN BOSTON FOR THE PHARMACIST CHARGED IN THE DEADLY OUTBREAK OF FUNGAL MENINGITIS IN 2012 THAT KILLED 76 PEOPLE NATIONWIDE, INCLUDING 19 IN MICHIGAN.  MR. GLENN CHIN WAS THE SUPERVISORY PHARMACIST OF THE LAB, ACCUSED OF MAKING STEROIDS IN UNSANITARY CONDITIONS AND SIDESTEPPING REGULATIONS. MICHIGAN HAD THE LARGEST OUTBREAK OF MENINGITIS OF ANY STATE WITH 264 TOTAL CASES. THE LAB HAS SINCE CLOSED. CHIN FACES LIFE IN PRISON IF CONVICTED OF SECOND DEGREE MURDER CHARGES.  THE PRESIDENT AND CO-FOUNDER OF THE COMPANY WAS ACQUITTED OF THE MURDER CHARGES IN
MARCH, BUT FOUND GUILTY AND SENTENCED TO A NINE YEAR PRISON SENTENCE FOR CONSPIRACY AND FRAUD. (AP photo: Chin and lawyer Stephen Weymouth)

A CRASH IN THE U-P LAST EVENING HAS CLAIMED THE LIFE OF ONE PERSON. MICHIGAN STATE
POLICE SAY A CAR PULLED OUT OF A PRIVATE DRIVE INTO THE PATH OF A SEMI TRUCK ON US-2 NEAR GARDEN CORNERS. 61-YEAR-OLD DONALD KUHR DIED AT THE HOSPITAL. A SECTION OF THE FREEWAY WAS CLOSED LAST NIGHT WHILE TROOPERS INVESTIGATED THE CRASH.

KALAMAZOO TOWNSHIP POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR THREE PEOPLE WHO ROBBED A LEGAL MEDICAL MARIJUANA GROW FACILITY MONDAY AFTERNOON. WOOD TV REPORTS POLICE SAY THE SUSPECTS WERE ARMED WITH HANDGUNS AND THEY TOOK CASH AND MARIJUANA. THE PERSONS OF INTEREST ARE DESCRIBED AS BEING IN THEIR LATE TEENS TO EARLY 20'S AND THEY TOOK OFF IN A BLACK S-U-V.

IN WEST MICHIGAN, GRANDVILLE POLICE SAY THEY MAY BE DEALING WITH A COUNTERFEITING
SCHEME. WOOD TV REPORTS MEN HAVE BEEN ARRESTED RECENTLY FOR TRYING TO CASH PHONY CHECKS. FIVE MEN HAVE BEEN ARRESTED RECENTLY FOR TRYING TO CASH BAD CHECKS. POLICE SAY THEY ALL HAVE TIES TO THE KALAMAZOO AREA AND MAY BE LINKED TO A COUNTERFEIT CHECK RING.

PLANS ARE ALREADY UNDERWAY FOR NEXT YEAR'S NATIONAL CHERRY FESTIVAL IN TRAVERSE CITY.  COMMISSIONERS HAVE APPROVED A NEW TWO YEAR AGREEMENT FOR THE ANNUAL FESTIVAL. THE BLUE ANGELS WILL BE BACK AND THERE WILL BE MORE EFFORTS ON RECYCLING.

AN INVESTMENT BROKER IN SHELBY TOWNSHIP IS CHARGED WITH STEALING FROM CLIENTS.  56-YEAR-OLD ERNEST JULIUS ROMER III IS SAID TO HAVE DIVERTED NEARLY A HALF MILLION DOLLARS TO HIS OWN ACCOUNTS -- USING IT ON PRIVATE TRADES AND SPENDING. MACOMB COUNTY PROSECUTOR ERIC SMITH CHARGED ROMER WITH TWO COUNTS OF EMBEZZLEMENT -- $100-THOUSAND-DOLLARS OR MORE.  ROMER IS ACCUSED OF CONVINCING TWO MACOMB SENIOR CITIZENS TO INVEST MORE THAN 220- THOUSAND-DOLLARS APIECE INTO AN ENTITY HE CREATED. IT IS BELIEVED THIS WAS PART OF A LARGER
PATTERN OF FELONIOUS FINANCIAL MANEUVERS INVOLVING A FIELD OF INVESTORS -- WITH AS MANY AS 20 ADDITIONAL VICTIMS.

AN 18-YEAR VETERAN OF THE HAZEL PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT IS SUSPENDED WITHOUT PAY.  DETECTIVE SEAN BOUCHER IS ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLING OVER 85-THOUSAND DOLLARS FROM THE CITY. A RECENT AUDIT FOUND INCONSISTENCIES INVOLVING NON-DRUG FORFEITURE FUNDS. POLICE CHIEF MARTIN BARNER SAYS THE MICHIGAN STATE POLICE HAS  AGREED TO CONDUCT A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION.

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STATE NEWS for MON 18SEP17

THE BRAND NEW LITTLE CAESARS ARENA IS NOT ONLY A STATE-OF-THE-ART SPORTS FACILITY - IT'S NOW A PLACE YOU CAN EVEN REGISTER TO VOTE.  THAT'S WHAT PERFORMER KID ROCK BROUGHT TO THE ARENA THIS WEEK AS A PART OF ITS GRAND OPENING. POSTING ON FACEBOOK YESTERDAY MORNING -- KID ROCK SAYS "PEOPLE OF ALL POLITICAL VIEWS" CAN REGISTER TO VOTE AT HIS CONCERTS AND "MAKE THEIR VOICES HEARD."
ON-SALE AT THIS WEEK'S CONCERTS -- IS "KID ROCK FOR SENATE 2018" APPAREL, THOUGH THE
SINGER HAS NOT FORMALLY DECLARED THAT HE'S RUNNING FOR OFFICE.

THREE PEOPLE WERE SHOT AFTER A CONCERT AT THE ORBIT ROOM IN GRAND RAPIDS ON SUNDAY.  POLICE SAY IT HAPPENED OUTSIDE THE CLUB AT 2:30AM - AFTER OFFICERS RECEIVED CALLS ABOUT SHOTS BEING FIRED IN THE PARKING LOT. WHEN POLICE ARRIVED THEY FOUND A 28-YEAR OLD MAN WITH A GUNSHOT WOUND - ALTHOUGH HE DECLINED MEDICAL TREATMENT. OFFICERS WERE THEN NOTIFIED THAT TWO OTHER VICTIMS WERE BEING TREATED FOR GUNSHOT WOUNDS AT BLODGETT HOSPITAL.
THE TWO ADDITIONAL VICTIMS - A 38-YEAR-OLD MAN SHOT IN THE FOOT, AND ANOTHER 28-YEAR-OLD MAN WAS SHOT IN THE CALF. ALL THE INJURIES WERE NOT LIFE-THREATENING. THE SUSPECTED SHOOTER IS STILL BEING SOUGHT BY POLICE.

A MAN RESCUED IN LAKE HURON AFTER BEING EJECTED FROM A JET SKI. AUTHORITIES IN SANILAC COUNTY SAY 53-YEAR OLD HAROLD NELSON FELL OFF HIS JET SKI ON SATURDAY SEVERAL HUNDRED FEET FROM SHORE. A WITNESS TO THE ACCIDENT - 44-YEAR OLD JEFF MARTOS - IMMEDIATELY GOT INTO A KAYAK - PADDLED OUT TO NELSON AND PULLED HIM TO SAFETY. SANILAC COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES SAY THAT INCIDENT OCCURRED DUE TO THE JET SKI HITTING A WAVE ON THE LAKE. NELSON WAS TAKEN TO MCKENZIE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IN SANDUSKY - ALTHOUGH THE EXTENT OF HIS INJURIES ARE NOT KNOWN.

THE FINAL STEPS IN PREPARING FOR THE DEMOLITION OF THE PONTIAC SILVER DOME TAKE PLACE TODAY WHEN DTE ENERGY BEGINS CUTTING OFF POWER AT FOUR ELECTRICAL FEEDS.  TWO LARGE GAS LINES WERE CUT OFF EARLIER THIS MONTH BY CONSUMERS ENERGY. CREWS HAVE BEEN BUSY WITH ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP WORK, INCLUDING WASTE REMOVAL AND TEARING OUT ASBESTOS PANELS USED IN THE SUITES CIRCLING THE DOME.  THE MAYOR OF PONTIAC SAYS THE SILVER DOME'S OWNERS ARE PLANNING AN EVENT TO KICK OFF THE DEMOLITION.

FISH HARVESTED AT MICHIGAN'S STATE-OPERATED WEIRS WILL SOON BE ON THE MARKET. THE MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES MAINTAINS A NUMBER OF WEIRS IN THE NORTHERN LOWER PENINSULA.
SALMON ARE COLLECTED THERE DURING SPAWNING RUNS EACH FALL. TECHNICIANS AT THE SITES COLLECT EGGS AND SPERM FROM SALMON FOR USE IN HATCHERIES. AFTERWARD, FISH IN GOOD PHYSICAL CONDITION ARE SOLD THROUGH PRIVATE RETAILERS.

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Carlos J. Reyes of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida is going to be running against Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz in the next election for the 23rd Congressional seat.  It was her IT guy, Imran Awan who was stealing government information and hiding DNC emails that berated American citizens and was accused of bank fraud, he was one of the country's biggest IT scammers for the DNC.  It's also one of the reasons she was "let go" as campaign chair of the DNC once this information leaked out. She has also been shown to align herself with anti-Israel Muslim jihadis.  You can contribute to Carlos' campaign here: carlosforcongress.com.  He has a law firm in Ft. Lauderdale and you can visit that website here, it contains a nice resume of Mr. Reye's accomplishments:  reyeslegal.com.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2017

Vice President Mike Pence visits Indiana as Part of Tax Reform Push
 
Benefit Concert for Hurricane Harvey Relief (7pm ET)
'Harvey Can’t Mess With Texas: A Benefit Concert for Hurricane Harvey Relief', the largest live concert benefit in Texas. Performers include Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, Leon Bridges, Lyle Lovett, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, and Ryan Bingham. Special guests include Matthew McConaughey, Dan Rather, Renée Zellweger, Luke Wilson and Austin Mayor Steve Adler
 
iPhone 8 Available Today
 
First Day of Fall
Autumnal Equinox, the first day of fall in the Northern Hemisphere.
 
National Elephant Appreciation Day
 
World Rhino Day
The World Wildlife Foundation has called for an end to rhino poaching which threatens survival of the rhino.

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 2017

50th Anniversary of “What A Wonderful World”
50th anniversary of the release of the Louis Armstrong song “What A Wonderful World”.
 
Oldest Living Twins Celebrate 105th Birthday
French twin sisters Raymonde Saumade and Lucienne Grare celebrate their 105th birthdays.
 
Batman Day
Global event celebrating the comic-book super-hero.
 
Earth Collides with Planet Bringing the World to an End
David Meade, who wrote a book called, "Planet X - The 2017 Arrival," claims the Earth will collide with a mythical planet causing the end of the world.

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th, 2017

Concert for Charlottesville Benefit in Charlottesville, VA
“A Concert for Charlottesville": An Evening of Music and Unity,” hosted by Dave Matthews Band. Performers include Dave Matthews Band, Ariana Grande, Justin Timberlake, and Pharrell Williams.
 
Annual New York Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk
Annual fundraising event in aid of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation. The route follows the footsteps of off-duty firefighter Stephen Siller, who on 9/11 ran through a blocked off Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to the Twin Towers where he died.
 
NFL Game at London's Wembley Stadium: Ravens @ Jaguars
The NFL hosts its 18th regular season game in London.  The game features the Baltimore Ravens and the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium.

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 2017

Sentencing of Anthony Weiner in 'Sexting' Case
Sentencing of former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner, who pleaded guilty to one count of transferring obscenity to a minor.
 
Senate Finance Committee Hearing on Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson Health Care Reform Proposal
 
House of Representatives Returns after District Work Period
 
Selection of the Official White House Christmas Tree (Antigo, Wisconsin)
 
Bill Clinton Keynotes Little Rock Central High School Commemoration Ceremony
 
Gold Star Mother's and Family's Day
Honoring the relatives of people lost while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.
 
National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 2017

President Trump Hosts Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy at the White House
 
Hip-Hop's Highest-Paid Acts Published
Forbes 11th annual Hip-Hop Cash Kings list released.
 
World's Highest-Paid TV Actresses List Published
 
60th Anniversary of West Side Story Opening on Broadway
 
Court Hearing for Rapper Mystikal Rape Charge (Shreveport, LA)
Court hearing for Michael Tyler, aka rapper Mystikal, charged with first-degree rape.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th, 2017

Court Hearing for Suspect in Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire (Oakland, CA)
Plea hearing in the case against Derick Almena and Max Harris, charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for the 2016 Ghost Ship warehouse fire that killed 36 people in Oakland.
 
President's Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis Meets
 
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox Speaks on U.S.-Mexico Relations (Los Angeles)
 
Google's 19th Birthday
 
16th Annual National Women's Health and Fitness Day

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 2017

Court Hearing in Lawsuit Filed by Deported DACA Recipient (San Diego, CA)
A lawsuit filed by Juan Manuel Montes, who was deported to Mexico earlier this year despite his participation in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
 
Court Hearing in Lawsuit to Stop Deportation of Iraqi Immigrants from Michigan (Detroit, MI)
A lawsuit filed by the ACLU of Michigan on behalf of about 100 Iraqi immigrants who were recently arrested in raids across Michigan and Tennessee by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
 
Forbes Highest-Earning Radio Stars List Published
 
Forbes World's Highest-Paid TV Actors List Published

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 2017

Nintendo's SNES Classic Edition Console Goes on Sale
Nintendo's new SNES Classic Edition games console goes on sale. The new, smaller version of the company's iconic Super Nintendo Entertainment System games console from the 1990s follows the release of the NES Classic Edition games console last year.
 
New Michael Jackson Album Released
'Michael Jackson SCREAM' album released, featuring 13 of the late singer's songs.
 
National Coffee Day

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