CORUNNA — Thirty-fifth Circuit Court Judge Matthew Stewart described the charges against Steven Lester-Harvey Nicoletti as a “mouthful.”
Another heatwave is expected to hit mid-Michigan this week, with the National Weather Service predicting temperatures to reach above 90 degrees at least three times.
CORUNNA — The Shiawassee County Farm Bureau is hosting a tire recycling event Saturday at the SHiawassee County Fairgrounds, 2900 Hibbard Road in Corunna, that is open to the public.
CORUNNA — Heat waves are the leading cause of extreme weather-related deaths in the U.S. — equaling about 600 deaths each year, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
OWOSSO — The owner of Allstar Towing threatened an independent investigator for looking into questionable business practices and potential preferential treatment by the Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office, according to audio recordings obtained by The Argus-Press.
CORUNNA — The Michigan Supreme Court recently ruled that Juneteenth will be recognized as an official court holiday, meaning courts across Michigan, including Shiawassee County, will now be closed on that date.
The Shiawassee County Health Department is issuing several tips for staying cool as temperatures are forecasted to rise into the mid-90s this week, though initial estimates have dipped slightly.
CORUNNA — A jury took about 41/2 hours Thursday to find Tylor Sattler-VanWagoner guilty of sexually assaulting a minor female family member. He now faces up to life in prison.
OWOSSO — The Shiawassee Regional Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards dinner Thursday evening at the Z Hall, honoring local businesses and their owners, community volunteers and other local luminaries who have had positive impacts in 2022.
CORUNNA — The Owosso man who shot another man inside the Rainbow Bar in December 2021 pleaded guilty Thursday to attempted murder and now faces a lengthy prison sentence.
CORUNNA — The felony jury trial for an Owosso man accused of sexually assaulting a minor female family member began Tuesday morning, and was scheduled to resume this morning with testimony from the alleged victim.