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Church builds Sanford family new home

SAGINAW, Mich. (WNEM) - A Sanford family is getting a fresh start with a brand-new home after their home was destroyed in 2020 by the floods. After a plot of land was donated to a local church, and thousands of hours put in by volunteers, they will be able to move into their new house soon.
SANFORD, MI
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Rosebush parade celebrates community during 4th of July weekend events

The parade for the Rosebush 4th of July Celebration brings out multiple community members, organizations and businesses to celebrate the weekend events. The parade began at 11 a.m. and traveled from Mission Road to Isabella Township Park. Line up for the parade started at 10 a.m. at Rosebush Elementary School.
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Gretchen Shope casts an eye to the future of Midland

Gretchen Shope, 16, lives in Midland. Her mom is Heather Karg. Her dad is Michael Shope. Her stepdad is Ewart Williams. Her mom is a social worker for the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services. Her dad works for Trinseo. She has two older sisters, Mickey and Faith. How...
MIDLAND, MI
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For art’s sake: A stroll among Northwood University’s sculptures

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. Northwood University is a place of higher education, but it is also home to 11 sculptures that provide a public art collection open to the entire Midland community. The sculptures – some donated, some commissioned – are available for...
MIDLAND, MI
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TORI TRIES ... bottling wine at Crazy Vines Winery

SANFORD — I may never value the light, fruity flavors contained in a glass of wine, but I recently gained a new appreciation for what goes into bottling alcohol at Crazy Vines Winery. Jacob and Pamela Keister opened Crazy Vines Winery on May 19 at 37 E. Saginaw Road...
SANFORD, MI
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Loons shut out Dragons, 1-0

After scoring 19 runs and allowing 19 runs combined in their previous two games, the Great Lakes Loons flexed their pitching muscle and earned a 1-0 victory over the Dayton Dragons on Saturday night in front of 4,320 fans at Dow Diamond.
DAYTON, OH
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