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Stranger Danger classes pay off in Fowlerville

FOWLERVILLE, Mich (WLNS) – All the hours devoted to talking to young children about Stranger Danger paid off in a big way today in Fowlerville. 118 more words


Fowlerville tailback showing growth in junior season

FOWLERVILLE – Alex Brownlee had some growing to do in his second year as the starting tailback for the Fowlerville Gladiators.

After his sophomore season concluded, Brownlee felt he wasn’t the blocker he needed to be for Fowlerville to be successful, and he also wanted to help take the load off of dual-threat quarterback Nick Semke. 376 more words


Three Lansing-area tennis teams qualify for D3 state tournament

HASLETT – Three Lansing-area boys tennis teams qualified for the Division 3 state tournament Thursday before weather postponed the conclusion of the regional tournament held at Haslett High School.  483 more words


Sparrow opens Williamston medical practice, providing quality care close to home

Sparrow is celebrating the grand opening of Sparrow Medical Group (SMG) Williamston, a family practice that will provide quality healthcare close to home for Williamston residents and surrounding communities. 239 more words

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Fowlerville beats Williamston in the rain with late TD

FOWLERVILLE – After a rainy first half that limited big plays, Fowlerville and Williamston traded them back and forth after halftime in a pivotal CAAC White clash. 666 more words


Learn More About the Much-Anticipated Hurricane Powertrain!

Chrysler is the manufacturer that’s always on the cutting edge, from its state-of-the-art technology, to its innovative amenities. As a testament to its renowned brand, engineers have been working hard and diligently to produce a performance feature that is sure to exceed your every expectation: the all-new Chrysler Hurricane engine. 371 more words

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Portland opens league play with win over Fowlerville

PORTLAND – If you were wondering the last time the Portland varsity football team lost a conference game, you’d have to travel back to Oct. 3, 2014. 506 more words