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Hesperia DPW employee comes under fire

HESPERIA — A part-time Hesperia Department of Public Works employee was never asked nor did he ever request a closed session as allowed under the Michigan Open Meetings Act as he came under fire during a village council personnel committee meeting at the Hesperia Village Hall June 24. Comments (0)

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Sports a family affair for Felts

There are countless stories of college and pro athletes discussing how playing sports for their father played a big role in the person they became. Throughout youth sports, young athletes are often seen playing for their fathers, and it’s a fairly common sight at the high school level as well. Comments (0)

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Warren's police, mayor to patrol for fireworks violations
Posted: July 03, 2015

WARREN, Mich. (AP) — Mayor James Fouts will accompany police officers in Warren as they monitor streets in the Detroit suburb for fireworks violations on the July 4 holiday.

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E. coli testing begins at Traverse City-area beaches
Updated: July 03, 2015 - 6:00 am

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Jack Nowland poured water into blister-pack-shaped trays, readying the small containers for an incubator and eventually for viewing under a black light.

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Is the Michigan Senate's road plan that includes hiking the tax on gas 15 cents a gallon over three years a good idea?

The Senate plan, approved Wednesday, also calls for unspecified budget cuts to raise money for roads. The House passed its own plan earlier without significant gas tax hikes but with significant cuts in some areas of the budget. Now the two chambers and the governor's office will negotiate to see what plan and what modifications move forward. Is the Michigan Senate's road plan that includes hiking the tax on gas 15 cents a gallon over three years a good idea?

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