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Michigan Cold Case Detectives Gather in Howell

News Photo 9/22/14 - Cold case detectives from across Michigan gathered Friday in Livingston County. The gathering, which took place at the Livingston County Public Safety Complex on Tooley Road in Howell Township, was organized by Livingston County Sheriff’s Detective Ed Moore, who helps coordinate the county’s Cold Case Team, a three-member panel of retired detectives that works to close local unsolved murders. In all, 19 detectives from 10 agencies attended the meeting, thought to be the first of its kind in Michigan. While officials won’t discuss specific details of what was presented during the gathering, they did say they hope it will become a regular event and perhaps lead to the formation of a statewide network of cold case teams. The Livingston County Cold Case Team recently created a Facebook page "to get the word out" about cold cases in the county, most notably, the 1982 murder of Kimberly Louiselle, the 1983 murder of Christina Castiglione and the 1990 disappearance and presumed murder of Paige Renkoski. Anyone with information on those cases or other unsolved crimes can call the team anonymously at 517-546-TIPS. You’ll also find a link to the team’s Facebook page below. (JK)
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Kensington Metro Park Hosts Suicide Awareness Walk

News Photo 9/22/14 - Over 1,500 community members walked for a national cause at Kensington Metro Park on Sunday. For 15 years, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has held its “Out of Darkness” community walks to raise awareness and funds for their campaign to create a world without suicide. Major walks take place in Metro Detroit including Ann Arbor, Westland, Livingston and Oakland County and the downriver area. Laura Edwards, chairperson for the 2014 Out of Darkness walk, says in addition to the registered walkers, over 400 “walk-ups” were expected. She tells WHMI Livingston and Oakland County has currently raised over $94,000 for AFSP. Edwards says the fundraiser brings community members together for the drive to educate about suicide prevention. She tells WHMI her personal experience of losing her 12-year-old son Chase to suicide reminds her of the need to connect and support one another. Some participants walked in teams in recognition of a loved one lost to suicide. One such team was Team Lowry who honored Justin Lowry, a beloved son and friend to many. After losing Justin just over a year ago, his mother and family friend stressed the need for resources to attend to mental illness and to remove the stigma about it. They both reiterated that it is nothing to be ashamed of and that suicide is a permanent decision to a temporary problem. (DK)
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Winans Lake Paving Project To Start Today

News Photo 9/22/14 - Paving of Winans Lake Road - part of the 1.66-mill, 15-year millage levy passed by township voters in 2012 - is expected to begin today, weather permitting. The road will be paved from Rickett Road west to the Hamburg Township line, a distance of just under two miles. Green Oak Township Supervisor Mark St. Charles says the road will have to be closed to "through" traffic because it's too narrow to accommodate one lane of traffic while the road work is being done. However, he tells WHMI that those who live along that stretch of Winans Lake Road will be able to get to their homes, despite the road closure. Closing of Winans Lake Road during the construction period means a considerable detour for commuters who use the road to get to the US-23 and I-96 freeways. The supervisor says with good weather, the road shouldn't be closed more than five days to a week. Since the forecast calls for clear weather the next several days, he expects the project to be completed on time. The original project estimate was $896,000, but St. Charles says the actual figure is expected to be lower, since all of the road projects completed so far as part of the township road millage have been lower than the estimates. (TT)
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Meeting Will Discuss Ann Arbor/Whitmore Lake School Merger

Road Presentation Will Kick Off County Board Meeting

Sign Language Interpreter Assigned to Deaf Pursuit Suspect

Local- And State-Level Candidate Forums Start Tuesday

Residents Get Healthy Smiles At 6th Annual Free Dental Day

Alleged Heroin Dealer Bound Over To Livingston Circuit Court

Genoa Township Helps Subdivision Prepare For Streets Project

Howell Planning Commission Postpones Action on Pizza Shop Sign

County Support of Proposed Ice Rink/Splash Pad Questioned

DTE Official Explains Outages to Brighton City Council

Detroit Man Withdraws Plea in Local Mortgage Rescue Scam Case

Local Celebrities To Help Cook Up Funds For The Torch

Girl Scouts to Idle & Maybe Sell Putnam Township Camp

Proposal Would Honor Howell Choir Director With Facility Naming

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Game Night Results 9-19-2014

High School Football

Grand Blanc 13 Brighton 10, Burton Atherton 48 Byron 20, Fenton 41 Ortonville-Brandon 0, Hartland 50 Milford 14, Flint Kearsley 21 Holly 20, Pinckney 27 Howell 20, Linden 48 Swartz Creek 16, Deckerville 54 Morrice 26, Livonia Stevenson 35 South Lyon East 20, South Lyon 21 Northville 12, Walled Lake Western 47 White Lake Lakeland 14, Sand Creek 33 Whitmore Lake 19, Williamston 32 Eaton Rapids 13.

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Detroit 5 Kansas City 0 5th
 

Student Athlete of the Week 9-14-2014

Sports Photo It's time once again to recognize another outstanding performance from the Livingston area in our Student Athlete of the Week brought to you by Bob Maxey Ford of Howell. This week we'd like to recognize Grand Blanc quarterback Traevon Avery. He had a first half that rivals some professionals' full games. He was 18-22 passing for 350 yards and 5 touchdowns before being taken out for the backup as Grand Blanc was up huge at halftime. Once again we'd like to recognize Grand Blanc quarterback Traevon Avery as our Student Athlete of the Week. Congratulations on an outstanding performance from Bob Maxey Ford of Howell and WHMI, Livingston County's own 93-5.
 
Michigan Headlines

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan's attorney general is suing one propane seller alleging price-gouging last winter. Bill Schuette (SHOO'-tee) has also reached a more than $100,000 agreement with another propane company. The lawsuit against AmeriGas and agreement with Ferrellgas follow hundreds of consumer complaints related to propane pricing and delivery.

DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Department of Transportation hopes to hire 50 new bus drivers by year's end. Drivers are being heavily recruited by the department for the first time in years. DDOT has already trained two classes of new drivers. A third class just started. The bus service has drawn attention for late bus arrivals on routes as well as for crime on buses.

FLINT, Mich. (AP) - An effort in Flint aims to help residents learn police radio protocol so they can help be the eyes and ears of the Flint Police Department. The event scheduled for this Saturday at the Flint Public Library also will teach residents how to patrol, report crime and complete paperwork. The event is part of the Blue Badge Volunteer Corps program.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - Former President Jimmy Carter will appear in Grand Rapids today at a lecture and book signing. The 39th president and his wife, Rosalynn, are scheduled to visit as part of Grand Rapids Community College's Diversity Lecture Series. It's the 20th anniversary of the series and the college's 100th anniversary.

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Livingston County Events

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Monday, September 22Munchkin Auditions for HHS Production Wizard of Oz

Tuesday, September 23Foster Parent Orientation

Tuesday, September 23Dine to Donate St George Lutheran Church

Wednesday, September 24Brighton Board of Education Candidates' Forum

Thursday, September 25College Night and More

Friday, September 26Pumpkinfest South Lyon

Friday, September 26UMC of Howell Rummage Sale

Friday, September 26Fowlerville Farmers' Market

Friday, September 26Neighbor for Neighbor Food Pantry Fall Fundraiser

Saturday, September 27Fundraiser for US Olympic Shooting Team

Saturday, September 274H Grand Equestrians Fund Raiser Ride-a-thon

Saturday, September 27Park It, On Lakelands Trail

Saturday, September 27Pinckney Farmers' Market

Saturday, September 27Fishing for a Cure

Saturday, September 27Senior Sing A-Long Bowling Fundraiser

Saturday, September 27Golf Scramble & Wild Game Dinner to Help Vets

Saturday, September 27Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, September 27ACT Practice Test

Saturday, September 271st Annual Missions Benefit Car Show

Saturday, September 27Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, September 27Wildflower and Tree Hike at Kensington Metropark

Saturday, September 27Brighton Farmers’ Market

Saturday, September 27Hartland Farmers’ Market

Saturday, September 27Mom to Mom Sale

Sunday, September 28Green Oak Farmers Market

Sunday, September 28Howell Farmers’ Market

Tuesday, September 30Events at Howell Library

Tuesday, September 30Events at Hartland Library

Tuesday, September 30Events at Pinckney Library

Tuesday, September 30Singers Wanted for Christian Concert

Tuesday, September 30Events at Brighton District Library

Friday, October 3An Evening for Our Stars

Saturday, October 4We Believe in Pink-Lingenfelter Car Collection

Saturday, October 4Cohoctah Large Item Trash Day

Sunday, October 5St. Mary's Breakfast

Monday, October 6Who'll Let the Dogs Out?

Monday, October 6Habitat For Humanity Celebrates World Habitat Day

Monday, October 6Auditions for It's a Wonderful Life

Tuesday, October 7Focus on Life Dinner

Friday, October 10History Alive; Mark Twain

Saturday, October 11St. Paul's Church Rummage Sale

Saturday, October 11Hamburg Fine Art & Craft Fair

Saturday, October 11Fundraiser for Deputy Adam Hart

Saturday, October 11Comedy Show

Saturday, October 117th Annual Great Pumpkin Car Show

Saturday, October 11Hooked on Scouting

Saturday, October 11A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Sunday, October 12Tour de Livingston

Sunday, October 12Stiggy's Dogs Pack Palooza

Monday, October 13NAMI Livingston Family-to-Family Class

Tuesday, October 14South Lyon Taste & Business Expo

Wednesday, October 15Annual Harvest Dinner

Friday, October 17Sparty Gala

Friday, October 17History Alive; Mary Todd Lincoln

Saturday, October 18MOPS Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, October 18Indoor Garage Sale

Saturday, October 18Holidays in Haslett

Saturday, October 18Polish Oktoberfest Dinner Dance

Saturday, October 18The Marshall Tucker Band at BCPA

Sunday, October 19Zombie Fun Run and Monster Mile

Sunday, October 19Fall Concert

Wednesday, October 22OKtoberfest at Howell Opera House

Thursday, October 23The VINA Dental Tailgate

Saturday, October 25Hartland Farmers' Market

Saturday, October 25JumpStart Jump Rope Workshop

Saturday, October 25Headless Horseman 5K/10K and Monster Mile

Saturday, October 25Dance Project/Masquerade Dance

Saturday, October 25Legend of Sleepy Howell

Saturday, October 25Croppin' for a Cure

Friday, October 31Halloween Party

Friday, October 31Trick or Treat on Barnard Street

Saturday, November 1Craft Show

Friday, November 7Treasures & Treats Bazaar

Saturday, November 8Holiday Bazaar

Monday, November 10"Noises OFF!" Auditions

Thursday, November 13Muir Middle School Ladies' Night Out

Saturday, November 15Buck Pole

Saturday, November 15Southern Fried Chicks at BCPA

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