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MDOT Releases Latest Traffic Statistics

Michigan’s Department of Transportation, with statistics provided by the Michigan State Police, released the latest update on Michigan roads. During the second week of April, six motorists died on Michigan roadways, for a total of 185 for the year. Fifty motorists were also seriously injured, bringing the year to date …

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Hancock City Council Holds Monthly Meeting Tonight Electronically

Hancocks City Council holds their monthly meeting tonight, electronically, in accordance with Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home Stay Safe” Executive Order. Items on the agenda include considering approval for resolution-20-05, supporting the halting of transportation oil under the Great Lakes or adjoining wetlands via pipeline or tunnels immediately and considering approval …

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Home Invasion Suspects Arraigned

The two individuals who attempted a home invasion and wound up getting chased off with a chainsaw this past weekend, have been arraigned in Houghton’s 97th District Court. South Range resident Sasha Joy Anderson has been charged with 1st Degree Home Invasion. Her bond was set at $300. Her next …

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Protesters Send Governor Whitmer A Message

Protestors are expected to pack roads around the state capitol in Lansing, to send Governor Whitmer a message that some Michiganders are fed up with her response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Operation Gridlock, as it’s been called by organizers from Michigan’s Conservative Coalition, is a response to Governor Whitmer’s “Stay …

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Economic Impact Checks On The Way

Taxpayers should start checking their bank accounts to see if their COVID-19 economic impact check has been deposited. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin stated the Department of Treasury is ahead of schedule, in terms of getting the money out to taxpayers, and that close to 80 million Americans should have their …

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Michigan Airports Receive Financial Support

Michigan legislators have secured $256 million through the CARES Act, for Michigan Airports. The money will be used to help airports throughout the state deal with the loss of revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Governor Whitmer thanked congressional leaders for securing the funding. Upper Peninsula airports which will receive …

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