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Hillsdale double murder case headed to Circuit Court
HILLSDALE, MI (WTVB) - The case of a suspect who is being held in connection with an August 16th Hillsdale County double homicide has been bound over to Hillsdale County Circuit Court following a District Court preliminary exam last Friday.36-year-old Alexander Lee Dombrowski is scheduled to make hi
The Army of Duckness - Hillsdale Collegian
The last time he counted, professor of history David Stewart said he had over 1,000 rubber ducks in his ‘Army of Duckness’ collection.
Quincy coach out for violating social media policy
QUINCY, MI (WTVB) - There will be a different head coach for Quincy High School’s wrestling program this winter. Cecil Tuttle says he has been relieved of his duties as wrestling coach after he was told by school administrators last Friday that he had violated the district’s social media policy.Acco
Pioneer mayor unsure if Michindoh Aquifer even exists
PIONEER, Ohio - In a bizarre series of events Monday, Pioneer Mayor Ed Kidston - whose company, Artesian of Pioneer, has been trying to sell Michindoh Aquifer water to several Toledo-area communities and others east of Williams County for months - told 75 people at a public meeting he's not even sur
Four arrested after gun and baby found together in back seat of 'suspicious vehicle'
After receiving a report of suspicious vehicles near the intersection of Jerome and Walwit Streets, officers located two vehicles with multiple occupants. Inside one of the vehicles, officers observed a rifle leaning against a baby’s car seat. The baby was sitting in the seat at the time.
Christmas-themed attraction opens in Jackson
JACKSON, Mich. (WILX) --If you need a little getaway to get you in the holiday spirit, a trip to Jackson might do the trick, specifically to the Town of Christmas.
Suspected drug dealer convicted on multiple drug, gun charges
JACKSON, MI - A man accused of being a large-scale drug dealer, selling high volumes of heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine in Jackson, is going to prison.
Man accused of making false alarms
At 2:24 a.m., Devon D. Williams, 50, was arrested and charged with making false alarms. He was taken to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio.
Fairview wins thriller against Hillsdale, advances to regional final
Fairview trailed 26-24 for the first time all game after a Hillsdale touchdown, and with just 3:33 left to go, needed a score to take the lead.
Plans move forward for new morgue in southern Michigan
The Jackson Citizen Patriotreports Jackson County plans to redesign a facility that was formerly used as a garage to maintain sheriff’s department vehicles as a site for autopsies. About $160,000 has been approved for general construction and total costs are expected to be about $500,000.
Truman State Cross Country gets ready for the NCAA Midwest Regionals
The NCAA Midwest Regional is this week for the Truman Cross Country teams.The meet is a precursor and qualifier for the National Meet that will be held on December 1 in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania.This week's regional will take place in Hillsdale, Michigan with Hillsdale College serving as host.The
Well testing underway in Fulton County
In October, the Henry County Regional Water and Sewer District Board of Trustees approved an agreement with Artesian of Pioneer (AOP) to drill and test wells on behalf of the consortium. The district, villages of Liberty Center and Whitehouse, cities of Maumee, Sylvania and Perrysburg and the Northw
Hillsdale County welcomes clean energy with new plant
The energy company will invest $100 million toward the revamping of Endicott Generating Plant, the former coal power plant in Litchfield, Michigan. Michigan Hub’s various planned methods of clean power production are expected to provide businesses with low-cost energy solutions.
Local water samples below EPA advisory level
Samples were collected in Branch, Hillsdale, and St. Joseph Counties in September and October. Some results are now available on line at .
Protest planned ahead of aquifer meeting Monday
ABC21 first reported about Pioneer, Ohio mayor Ed Kidston’s plans for his company to sell water from the Michindoh aquifer, which provides water for nearly 400,000 people in the Midwest.
Homelessness simulations led by Jackson Interfaith Shelter
JACKSON, MI - Laura Stephens started National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week early on Monday, Nov. 12.
Man detained after allegedly shooting television
Nicholas Phillips, 35, was charged with improperly discharging a firearm in a home, a second-degree felony; and carrying a concealed weapon, using weapons while intoxicated and child endangering, all first-degree misdemeanors.
City to formalize purchase of lots tonight
COLDWATER, MI (WTVB) - The Coldwater City Council is scheduled to take formal action Monday night to purchase vacant lots on Thompson Blvd. from the Branch Intermediate School District as an adoption of a Resolution and approval of a Sales Agreement are on the agenda.The BISD Board of Education appr
Crews from 4 fire departments on scene of blaze at agricultural facility in Mason
The fire at Eaton Farm Bureau Co-op, 104 S. Lansing St., was reported about 1 p.m. and was contained to a single grain dryer, Mason Fire Chief Kerry Minshall said.
Emilia Heider photographs the 'infinite' at Hillsdale - Hillsdale Collegian
Emilia Heider’s first photography experience was shooting pictures of rose bushes with a “crappy digital camera” in junior high. Today, her work is frequently featured on the cover of The Forum, Hillsdale College’s literary magazine, and friends tell her she should work for National Geographic.