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Governor Whitmer Extends Two Executive Orders

Governor Whitmer has extended two executive orders. The first further extends the duration of protections for tenants and mobile home owners from being evicted through June 30th. The second order, extends protections for vulnerable populations in county jails, local lockups and juvenile detention centers through July 9th. Governor Whitmer said …

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Amnesty Period For Lapsed Car Insurance

If your car insurance has lapsed, no need to worry. Michigan’s Department of Insurance and Financial Services, has announced an amnesty period, which is part of the new auto insurance law, set to kick in on July 1st. You’re urged to start shopping now, for the amnesty period, which starts …

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Boaters Reminded To Be Aware Of Debris

Now that COVID-19 restrictions have been loosened, and the weather has improved, more Michiganders are back in their boats. Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy and the High Water Action Team are urging boaters to be mindful of debris in the water, as Michigan is again, experiencing record …

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Michigan In Need Of Election Workers

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is looking for Michiganders to be MVP’s in the team sport of democracy. With less than two months before the August 4th primary election, recruiting efforts have been successful, with nearly 2,100 workers out of 75 of Michigan’s 83 counties. Benson went on to say …

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Suspected Meth Lab In Marquette Township

A suspected meth lab is now out of business in Marquette Township. On June 10th, approximately 7:30pm, the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team was called to assist State Troopers from the Negaunee Post at the scene of a suspected meth lab at the Whetstone Apartments in Marquette Township. When the …

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Houghton County Looking For Election Inspectors

If you’ve ever dreamed of being an election inspector, Houghton County is the place to be. Houghton County is in need of election inspectors for the upcoming August and November elections. Training is provided, and the positions are paid. Contact your city or township Clerk’s office, for more information. 

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