Area wireless companies waiving
install fees during COVID-19 outbreak
Area wireless Internet providers are absorbing installation fees since access to 911, telephone and Internet is important during the COVID-19 outbreak. >>
Michigan’s Tax Foreclosure deadline extended
Michigan Governor, Gretchen Whitmer, signed an executive order taking emergency action to extend the state’s tax foreclosure deadline because of the COVID-19 National Emergency. >>
Area athletes recieve honors
Area conference recognition for girls’ high school basketball includes Hillman’s Bailey Schook who was named first team for the North Star League Little Dipper conference. >>
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