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Flu shots at Hillsdale Hospital draw a crowd

HILLSDALE - Residents of Hillsdale County lined up Monday morning to receive one of 250 free flu shots at Hillsdale Hospital. The hospital annually offers free flu shots for the community going into the flu season. Director of Development Judy Gabriele said the shots have sometimes been offered outs

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-18 14:00:00

Crews respond to vehicle fire at Hillsdale College

HILLSDALE TOWNSHIP - The Hillsdale Township Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire in a grassy area of a property owned by Hillsdale College off of Barber Drive Monday morning. Fire crews were able to quickly contain the fire upon arrival, which completely destroyed an all terrain vehicle. Nobo

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-17 11:00:00

HCCF holds annual college fair

HILLSDALE - Area students planning for their future had the opportunity to explore their college and universities options Monday night during the 11th annual Hillsdale College Fair. The college fair attracted 75 colleges and universities from around the tri-state area. Representatives from the armed

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-18 13:00:00

Tuesday's high school scoreboard

Monroe County Region high school sports scores for Tuesday, Oct. 17. VOLLEYBALL Monroe d. Bedford 25-23, 25-22, 25-20 Summerfield d. Britton Deerfield 25-15, 25-21, 25-21 Dundee d. Hillsdale 25-19, 14-25, 17-25, 25-23, 15-6 Ida d. Blissfield 25-15,25-14,25-9 *** BOYS SOCCER Airport 5, Taylor Kennedy

MONROE EVENING NEWS - 2017-10-18 04:20:17

Assistance offered when buying a home

nhastings@hillsdale.net HILLSDALE - When buying a home, veterans and service members have options. If you're a veteran, reservist or active duty service member, experts say it's important to know that there are special benefits you may be eligible for when buying a home. Renae Shircliff of the Hills

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-18 01:00:00

Continued problems with alcohol lands Reister in prison

HILLSDALE - A Jonesville man serving five-years probation for a 2016 conviction of operating while intoxicated - third offense was sent to prison Monday morning for continuous use of alcohol and his second probation violation. Charles Justin Reister, 47, was released from the Hillsdale County Jail i

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-17 18:00:00

DTE buys easements for wind farms

DETROIT - Since April, DTE Electric Company has recorded easements on 276 parcels of agricultural property in Branch County for the purpose of evaluation for wind farm developments. Atwell Engineering, as agents for DTE, has negotiated and recorded documents from 59 property owners mostly in Union,

THEDAILYREPORTER.COM - 2017-10-18 14:54:38

Locals help Michigan earn Guinness World Record

YPSILANTI - A record breaking 3,755 women dressed as Rosie Riveter, a cultural icon of the World War II era representing women working in a male dominated workforce, filled Eastern Michigan Convocation Center Saturday. The gathering was an attempt at beating the previously set Guinness Book of World

THEDAILYREPORTER.COM - 2017-10-18 14:49:33

Council votes to not allow medical marijuana facilities

QUINCY - Residents from Quincy and the surrounding area jammed their way into the Quincy Village Office Tuesday night to share pros and cons on the medical marijuana issue. Things became heated on both sides of the issue during the hour and a half public hearing as residents shared their views on th

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-18 11:00:00

Joseph T. 'Tim' Letson

Joseph T. "Tim" Letson, 58, of Devils Lake, passed away on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017, at Henry Ford Allegiance Health in Jackson, Mich. He was born on Nov. 26, 1958, in Toledo, Ohio to Joseph E. and Nancy (Adamcek) Letson. He lived in the Devils Lake area most of his life. He graduated from Addison H

BROOKLYN EXPONENT - 2017-10-17 19:39:50

Miles looks for AG nomination

COLDWATER - With five years experience as U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Michigan Pat Miles is looking for the nomination to be the next Attorney General of the state. With similarities between the two position, Miles said this makes him "ready to do the job from day one." Miles spoke in

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-17 01:00:00

Group makes impact with constant service

HILLSDALE - Hillsdale College's Students Against Cancer began as a group dedicated strictly to organizing an annual Relay for Life walk-athon. Through the years, however, the organization has evolved to include a variety of events. Fleece and Thank You finds college students knitting blankets for ch

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-17 04:30:00

Rileigh Eding earns MIAA Swimmer of the Week

Albion's Rileigh Eding was named MIAA Women's Swimmer of the Week. While known primarily for her skills in the backstroke, Eding, a Hamilton native and transfer from Oakland, made waves by sprinting to first place in the 50 freestyle (24.79) and 50 butterfly (27.01) as the Britons started the season

HOLLAND SENTINEL - 2017-10-16 22:13:42

Local group recognizes Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

HILLSDALE - For families who have lost children to miscarriage, stillbirth, or neonatal death, the pain will never go away. Some days it is worse - on an anniversary of a due date, birthday, or death, for instance - but it is always there. During the month of October, families who have lost little o

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-16 22:00:00

Alphi Manufacturing hosts family day

JONESVILLE - Employees of Alphi Manufacturing in Jonesville mustered Saturday afternoon for a day of fun-filled bonding with their families and colleagues for a family fun day, put on by the company to give back to their employees. "Our employees work really hard so we want to show our appreciation,

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-17 14:00:00

Recreation trail named in honor of former public servant

JONESVILLE - On Saturday afternoon, community leaders of Jonesville gathered with friends and relatives of Claude "Jerry" Russell, the former Department of Public Works Superintendent, gathered behind the Jonesville Police Department along what was formerly known as the Rail-Trail for a dedication c


Jonesville embraces 'Pink' traditions

JONESVILLE - For the majority of the past decade, Jonesville Community Schools has built a tradition of hosting several "Pink" events in October - Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It all started with football's "I Wear Pink For Someone Special" game, which was played for the eighth year on Friday, Oct

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-17 00:25:16

Restaurant Notes: Salsa Grille celebrates 5 years as George Rongos family builds on his dream

After working 32 years at a Fort Wayne steel mill, George Rongos wanted to give his children greater opportunities. He also wanted to supply traditional Greek and Italian food that families like his would travel to Chicago and Detroit to buy. So in 1985 he started his international market on Taylor

NEWS-SENTINEL - 2017-10-17 07:00:00

Golf cart usage on roads still an issue in county

BRANCH COUNTY - The push by lake residents in Branch County to legalize golf cart usage on roads continues, with townships not ready to pass ordinances to allow them. Algansee Township Supervisor Russ Jennings said he had talked to Ovid and Quincy townships, "and they are not in favor of it." Jennin


Medical marijuana issue on agenda

QUINCY - The Quincy Village Council will have three public hearings in front of them Tuesday night including Ordinance 228 to authorize and regulate the establishment of medical marijuana facilities within the village. If approved the ordinance would authorize the establishment of certain types of m