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Tiger Dawson Ableidinger
brings down Wolverine Keagan Bender during a landslide Hillman victory season opener.

Tigers pounce on and pummel Wolverines
The Hillman Tigers kicked off the shortened football season with a shortened game against the AuGres-Sims Wolverines on Sept. 18 after clawing their way to a substantial lead that left the Wolverines battling a running clock for most of the second half. >> Full Story

Spry denied bond on charges related to attempted murder
Joseph G. Spry, 26, Atlanta, was denied bond during a probable cause conference on Sept. 18. >> Full Story

Still time to apply for home heating credit
Qualified homeowners or renters still have time to apply for Michigan’s Home Heating Credit. According to the Michigan Department of Treasury, the credit helps cover utility expenses, leaving more money available for other critical needs. >> Full Story

Death Notices
Full obituaries are in the Tribune print & paid online edition
Michael F. Tucker

AUGUST 4, 2020 UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS

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