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April 19, 2015 RSS feed / News

Council doesn’t know if Kid Rock was among reserve officers

OAKLEY – In March, the Oakley village attorney released the names of 145 police reservists following a court order. More...

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The New Lothrop FFA Chapter held its annual FFA Labor Auction on March 18 at the New Lothrop High School. More...

New Lothrop High School awarded $4,850 grant for technology

NEW LOTHROP – New Lothrop High School has been awarded a $4,850 grant in order to purchase Chrome tablets and a storybook app for use in the classroom. More...

Oakley village president open to ideas to pay $18,615 court judgment

OAKLEY – The Shiawassee County 35th Circuit Court has issued a judgement against the village of Oakley in the amount of $18,615.08 for attorney fees, costs and disbursements in the case of Shannon Bitterman v. More...

Michigan voters to decide fate of Proposal 1 in May 5 election

LANSING – The Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency released an analysis of the May 5 statewide ballot proposal for road funding reform. The report was written by fiscal analyst Glenn Steffens. More...

NL School officials respond to motorists’ failure to obey bus signals

District to volunteer in school bus safety program

NEW LOTHROP – In an effort to increase the safety of students who ride the school bus to and from school, administrators at New Lothrop Area Public Schools will be participating in a school bus safety program. More...

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