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SBT24/7 News Report | April 15, 2010
Cass County authorities said firefighters were still on scene early Thursday after a barn caught fire. The fire was reported at 3:08 a.m. at the intersection of Michigan 60 and Burnlynd Road. That’s just east of Barron Lake in Howard Township. The barn was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. A Wednesday barn fire in Nottawa, also in Michigan in St. Joseph County, destroyed a barn on the property. According to WWMT-TV in Kalamazoo, there were no immediate reports of injuries.
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NEWS
January 17, 2012
BENTON HARBOR - An issue that is a hot topic in Benton Harbor had people marching outside the governor's house. We are talking about Michigan's new emergency Financial Manager Law. They marched in front of Governor Rick Snyder's home near Ann Arbor Monday. They are upset with the law making it easier for Michigan to take over financially struggling local governments and school districts. That is what has been done in Benton Harbor About 1,000 people took part in the demonstration, which began at a park and ended outside Governor Snyder's gated neighborhood.
NEWS
June 5, 2012
SANDUSKY, Mich. (AP) - The last known wild wolverine in Michigan is going on tour. The Times Herald of Port Huron reports ( http://bwne.ws/KM5b08 ) a traveling exhibit featuring the animal, which was found dead in 2010, opened Monday at the Sanilac County courthouse. About 40 people turned out for the first stop of the "Lone Wolverine Tour," which will be in Sandusky until June 18. The next stop on the tour is in Huron County. The mounted wolverine previously was displayed at a visitor center at the Bay City State Recreation Area.
SPORTS
Courtesy: Tim Connor, Notre Dame Sports Information | March 11, 2012
(Ann Arbor, Mich.)   … Senior center David Wohlberg scored two goals and senior goaltender Matt Hunwick stopped 25 of 26 shots,including 12 in the final period as Michigan defeated Notre Dame, 3-1, in game two of the best-of-three CCHA second round series.    The win gives the Wolverines a 2-0 sweep of the series and they will now advance to the conference championship next weekend at Joe Louis Arena. Freshman Phil Di Giuseppe of Michigan and Irish freshman Peter Schneider scored the other goals in the game.
NEWS
SBT24/7 News Report | February 11, 2010
Three people are seriously injured following a two-vehicle crash near Allenton, Mich., Wednesday night. Cass County authorities say Ralph Katzenberger, 49, of Elkhart, was headed westbound on Michigan 205 about 8:15 p.m. when he crossed the center line near Redfield Street. His vehicle then hit one driven by Michael Routley, 59, of Vandalia. Katzenberger was critically injured, the Sheriff's Department said. Routley and his passenger, Lorrie Routley, 57, also of Vandalia, were seriously injured.
NEWS
SBT24/7 News Report | January 9, 2011
VANDALIA, Mich. (AP) — The Cass County sheriff's department says it's investigating the death of a 3-year-old southwestern Michigan boy who apparently was kicked by a horse. The accident happened about 10:20 a.m. in Vandalia, about 75 miles south of Grand Rapids. Sheriff Joseph M. Underwood Jr. identifies the dead boy as Petr M. Klembara of Vandalia. Underwood says witnesses told deputies the boy was accidentally kicked by a horse. The sheriff says Petr was taken to Three Rivers Hospital, where he died.
BUSINESS
WSBT-TV Report | June 3, 2013
SOUTH BEND - Problems at Midwest oil refineries continue to affect gas prices in the region. CLICK HERE TO FIND THE CHEAPEST LOCAL GAS PRICES WITH THE GASSBUDDY PRICE GUIDE While gas prices across most of the nation are down about 2 cents from a week ago, the average cost of gas in Indiana and Michigan rose more than 23 cents over the past week with prices locally reaching as high as $4.29 on Monday . ...
NEWS
April 28, 2012
BURTON, Mich. (AP) - A 36-year-old costumed member of the Michigan Protectors group of so-called real life superheroes has been charged in connection with the discharge of a shotgun in a Flint area mobile home park. Adam Besso -- who goes by the nickname 'Bee Sting' -- was arraigned on an assault charge and wearing body armor while committing a crime. The Flint Journal reports he was arrested Thursday in Burton after a shotgun fired during an altercation with another man. The newspaper reports he was wearing a bullet-proof vest, a black leather jacket with a bee logo, shin guards and knee pads.
SPORTS
SBT Report | August 26, 2013
Southwestern Michigan's two largest leagues will have a new look in 2014. Changes in the Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference and the Wolverine Conference will leave the former as a 12-team league and the latter with some division changes. Battle Creek Harper Creek, Marshall and Coldwater will leave the SMAC and join a new league, which also will include Jackson Parma Western, Jackson Northwest, Jackson Lumen Christi, Charlotte and Battle Creek Pennfield. That league begins play in 2014-15.
NEWS
March 26, 2010
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