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Clarity Hearing on Proposed Howell Recall Language Monday

News Photo 12/20/14 - The Livingston County Election Commission will meet on Monday to review recall language filed against three Howell Board of Education members. The Howell Recall Committee is looking to oust Vice President Mike Yenshaw and Trustees Mike Moloney and Deborah McCormick for their actions that resulted in the termination of former superintendent Ron Wilson. Organizers earlier filed language to recall four members but the Livingston County Election Commission determined it was unclear so the three new petitions were filed. The Howell Recall Committee said it decided to not target Treasurer Stacy Pasini this time around, because of the community support they received for her. Livingston County Elections Coordinator Joan Runyan tells WHMI the hearing on the clarity factualness of the submitted language is scheduled to begin at 8:30am Monday in the second floor courtroom in the historic Livingston County courthouse. The Livingston County Election Commission is made up of the probate court judge, county clerk and treasurer and they will rule on submission of the language as far as its factualness and clarity. The Howell Recall Committee’s goal remains to get the recall onto the May 5th ballot. If the language is approved during Monday’s hearing, organizers would have until late January to gather the nearly 5,700 signatures needed for each petition. (JM)
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Details Released On Livingston Traffic Stop Of Robbery Ring

News Photo 12/20/14 - More details are emerging about the arrests of six men in Livingston County last week who authorities say were responsible for a string of credit union robberies. A state and federal violent crime task force, including FBI agents, requested that the State Police make a traffic stop on two vehicles along I-96 near Kensington Road. Multiple officers blocked in the vehicles and were seen by motorists with their weapons drawn. According to federal court records, the suspects used a combination of wigs, makeup and tattoos to obscure their identity during the robbery spree, which began September 9th in Lansing. At the time of the traffic stop on December 11th, agents believe the suspects were en route to robbing a ninth credit union, again in Lansing. In all, more than $150,000 was stolen from eight credit unions. Charged were Angelo Mitchell, Allante Williams, Terrell Reese, James Steen, Defonta Howard and Jonathan Daffin. All six are residents of Detroit, A seventh suspect, Scantavia Isaac, remains at large. Mitchell, who is considered to be the ringleader, was identified from a tip. That led police to his car, which the FBI put under surveillance. When agents saw the men get into that vehicle and another and head towards Lansing, they made the decision to stop the suspects. An FBI affidavit indicates that Mitchell admitted to 7 of the 8 robberies and that they were on their way to rob the Dearborn Federal Credit Union on Lake Lansing Road in Lansing. (JK)
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Police Seek Tips to Locate Vehicle Involved in Deputy's Death

Men Charged in Meningitis Outbreak Released on House Arrest

Bond Hearing Set For Man Accused In Fatal Road Rage Incident

Two Howell High Students Among Top in State Math Competition

Legislature Sends Road Repair Plan To Voters

Brighton Council Votes Against Gated Community at Pine Creek

Bell Ringer Won’t Let Hospital Stay Stop Her From Helping Others

Festival of Trees Greets Visitors in Highland Township

Dexter Schools Considering Annexing Whitmore Lake District

Bishop Announces Committee Assignments, Staff

Brighton Twp. Relinquishes Two Foreclosed Properties To State

Credit Union Robbery Suspects Arrested in Livingston County

Benefit Planned for Fowlerville Boy Battling Kidney Cancer

Putnam Township Officially Opposed To ET Rover Pipeline

Surprise Reunion For Howell Student

Lane Restrictions Planned on Seven Mile Road Friday

Victim Remains Hospitalized After Being Struck by Vehicle

Charges Filed In Fatal Tyrone Crash From August

Pharmacy Owner & 13 Others Charged In Deadly Outbreak

Commissioners Adopt Strategic Plan for Livingston County

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Student Athlete of the Week 12-15-2014

Sports Photo It's time once again to recognize another outstanding performance from the Livingston County area as our Student Athlete of the Week, brought to you by Bob Maxey Ford of Howell. This week we would like to recognize junior Hartland wrestler Sage Castillo as our Student Athlete of the Week. at 140 pounds he was one of five Eagles to win their weight class, helping Hartland win the home tournament against top ranked Davison. Once again we would like to recognize junior Hartland wrestler Sage Castillo 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) - A state lawmaker has placed a Nativity scene on the east lawn of the state Capitol in Lansing. Senator Rick Jones told MLive DOT com that he erected the Nativity featuring a baby Jesus, Joseph and the Virgin Mary Friday as a citizen and in response to a planned display by a Satanic group. The Detroit chapter of The Satanic Temple is expected to place a display featuring a serpent, cross and secular message December 21st through 23rd on the north Capitol lawn.

DETROIT (AP) - After resisting for several weeks, Chrysler is bowing to government demands to expand a recall of driver's side air bag inflators across the entire nation. The company says in a statement Friday that it will recall nearly 2.9 million older cars and trucks across the U.S., as demanded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The recall includes Chrysler's most popular model, the Ram pickup, from the 2004 through 2007 model years.

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) - A federal judge has overturned an Obama administration decision to remove the gray wolf population in the western Great Lakes region from the endangered species list. The order affects wolves in Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan Republican Party Chairman Bobby Schostak is not seeking another two-year term, which means someone else will lead the party through the 2016 election cycle. Schostak made the announcement Friday in an open letter to supporters.

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Livingston County Events

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Saturday, December 20Pet Photos with Santa

Saturday, December 20Events at Hartland Library

Saturday, December 20Events at Pinckney Library

Saturday, December 20Events at Brighton District Library

Saturday, December 20Events at Howell Library

Saturday, December 20The Legendary Jimmy McCarty

Tuesday, December 23Toys for Tots

Thursday, December 2533rd American Legion Christmas Dinner

Monday, December 29Blood Drive

Wednesday, December 31Howell Eagles New Year's Eve Party

Wednesday, December 31Masquerade Ball at Howell Elks

Saturday, January 3White Steeple Stage

Sunday, January 4Breakfast With Elsa

Sunday, January 4Fish and Loaves Community Dinner

Sunday, January 4Winter Marketplace

Monday, January 5Auditions for Plaza Suite

Monday, January 5Calling All Designers For Runway Repurposed

Thursday, January 8Family-to-Family Class - NAMI Livingston

Friday, January 9College A Cappella Night in Brighton

Thursday, January 15Families Against Narcotics

Saturday, January 17ACT Practice Test

Saturday, January 24Hartland BlackLight Dance for Teens

Saturday, January 24Chillin at the Mills

Saturday, January 24BHS Dance International

Friday, January 30Woodstock in Brighton

Saturday, January 31Kevin Nealon at BCPA

Saturday, January 31Benefit for Hunter Hath

Friday, February 6Michigan Pond Hockey Classic

Saturday, February 7Mother/Son Dance

Saturday, February 28Frozen-The Movie Event

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