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Three men charged in assault on another inmate in Huron County Jail

Three men have been bound over to Huron County 52nd Circuit Court following an altercation in the Huron County Jail in late April. Joshua Duane Nowiski, 31, of Bad Axe; Arthur Jacob Campbell, 32, of Harbor Beach; and Aaron Carl Visscher, 20, also of Harbor Beach are all charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder in an alleged assault that took place in one of the general population housing units in the Huron County Jail.
HURON COUNTY, MI
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Talent show, beach volleyball among new events at Freedom Fest

CASS CITY — It’s anybody’s guess what will be seen on stage Thursday evening when the annual Cass City Freedom Festival kicks off with its inaugural “Cass City’s Got Talent” show. “I don’t what the acts are going to be,” said Cass City Chamber of Commerce administrator Kayla Klco. “It’s new this year, and we do have entries.” The Cass City chamber organizes the festival, which is celebrating its 43rd year in 2022. It is Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Cass City.
CASS CITY, MI
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Bobby Jo Provost – Selfie Superstar 6.29.22

Bobby Jo Provost sent in this picture of her son, Eric, a recent graduate from Marysville High School! He’s going onto a t-shirt now thanks to Timmy D at Lakeshore Graphics in Lexington! If you’d like to to win tomorrow, submit a picture HERE!
MARYSVILLE, MI
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BLANCHE MARIE WILLLIAMS

It is with deep sorrow and immense love that we announce the passing of Blanche Marie Williams, age 94, on June 23, 2022. Blanche was born and raised in the small town of Fostoria, married her husband, Harold, on March 13, 1946, and lived on their farm in Mayville, Michigan until Harold’s death in 1992. She then moved to Caro and later to Saginaw, Michigan. Blanche worked hard all her life on the farm and always missed her life there and the town of Mayville. She enjoyed working outdoors, gardening, and continued to work in her little flower bed at her Saginaw apartment. Blanche was a loving mother, giving all she had to her family, and especially loved her great grandson, Cyril.
MAYVILLE, MI
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