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Recent Updates

New Metal Theft Bill

The Michigan Senate Thursday gave final approval to a measure to help deter metal theft. The bill, which now goes to the governor for his signature, would require that metal recyclers not offer cash for three commonly-stolen items: catalytic converters, copper wire and air conditioning units. Rather, they would have …

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High Schoolers to Continue College Exams

State Superintendent Mike Flanagan says all Michigan high school juniors will continue to receive a free college entrance exam when the state transitions to the Smarter Balanced Assessment. Flanagan met with a group of school counselors this week in the state capital who were concerned that the ACT college entrance …

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Recap of Hancock City Council Meeting

Water bills in Hancock will be a little bit more due to an increase approved by the Hancock City Council last night. The council approved a one dollar per 1,000 gallons increase which City Manager Glen Anderson says is due to an increase in the flow at the sewer treatment …

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