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Linden, MI, United States

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Past articles by Rebecca:

Sheriff gives tour inside new Saginaw County Jail

On Tuesday, Sheriff Bill Federspiel gave a tour of the new facility, officially called the Saginaw County Adult Detention Center. → Read More

Dow unveils newly renovated Sylvia Stoesser Center

As Dow approaches the one year anniversary of spinning off from Dow-DuPont the company is showing off a newly remodeled building designed with the future in mind. The Sylvia Stoesser Center is named for Dow's first female research scientist. She started working for the company in 1929. → Read More

Road commission debuts new online plow locator ahead of weekend storm

Friday was the calm before the storm at the Saginaw County Road Commission. Crews worked to get their equipment ready and debuted a new online tracking system. → Read More

Bangor Township residents urged to prepare for flooding, power outages

The Bangor Township supervisor is urging community members to prepare for this weekend's storm. Glenn Rowley said people should consider putting gas in their generators, stocking their homes with non-perishable food items, and piling up sandbags. → Read More

Dog owners targeted in possible gift card scheme

A Saginaw County husband and wife believe a cold-hearted person tried to take advantage of them as they search for their beloved dogs. Diesel and Bear, Jeff and Lisa Koski's 15-month-old dogs, disappeared Dec. 16. → Read More

Cyber threats up 40 percent in Tuscola County as international tension rises

Cyber security experts are on high alert for potential threats as tensions rise with Iran. Just since Monday Tuscola County has seen a 40-percent increase in attempts to get into the network. → Read More

Saginaw County Target hit by smash-and-grab thieves

The Target store in Kochville Township is on a growing list of stores targeted by smash-and-grab thieves. The Saginaw County location was broken into around 4 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 5. → Read More

After Christmas shopping blitz underway

f you've been shopping after Christmas you're not alone. The National Retail Federation estimated more than two-thirds of people surveyed in pre-holiday poll planned to shop in the week after Christmas. → Read More

Saginaw Children's Zoo shows off second African penguin chick

The Saginaw Children's Zoo has a lot to celebrate in 2019. Zookeepers successfully hatched two African penguin chicks this year. Amahle hatched in January, then two days before Thanksgiving Gobbles arrived. → Read More

Anglers enjoy fishing after Christmas

Some anglers are hoping to reel in their Christmas present today. The Saginaw River near the U.S.S. Edson in Bay County was unusually busy on the day after Christmas. → Read More

Bay County business to begin selling recreational marijuana Friday

Friday morning a Bangor Township store will become the first in Bay County to legally sell recreational marijuana. The provisioning center along Wilder Road near N. Euclid Avenue is expecting a long line when they open at 9 a.m. → Read More

Sanford woman hopes to reunite vintage wedding dresses, families

A Midland county woman is on a mission to return around 50 vintage wedding dresses to their owners. The dresses came from Sempliners Bride and Formal in Bay City which unexpectedly closed earlier this year. → Read More

Impeachment process is living history for Hamady students

For Generation Z the impeachment process is a living lesson. Many teachers are using it to help students understand how the impeachment process works, and why they may remember it for a lifetime. → Read More

Smart thermometers, app help Vassar elementary fight the flu

It's a new tool in the fight against the flu. An elementary in Vassar is among 30 schools across the state trying out the smart thermometer and app to help track illnesses in real-time using the FLUency Program. → Read More

Buena Vista Township trustees to consider police, fire merger

Board of Trustee members in Buena Vista Township may have a tough decision Monday night. A public safety advisory committee has been exploring the idea of merging the fire and police departments into one public safety department. → Read More

Siblings inspired to help others following brother's spinal cord injury

An accident 15 years ago forever changed a Bay City family's future. Friday evening the parents and three siblings enjoyed a full circle moment. → Read More

Bake sale, GoFundMe to help outfit police cruiser for K9 team

After coming in fifth in a nationwide contest to win a new police cruiser a Saginaw County K9 team is one step closer to getting a new ride. → Read More

Emergency responders receive 'Carter Kits' designed for children with autism

The Centers for Disease Control estimates one in every 59 kids is on the autism spectrum. And while each child is unique there are some similarities when it comes to helping children find a sense of calm in chaotic situations. → Read More

Farmers optimistic about new trade deal

Farmers across Mid-Michigan are anxiously waiting to get a good look at what a new international trade deal means for them. The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is expected to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement that has been in place since 1994. → Read More

Low-cost dental clinic to open in Bay County

Work is underway to transform an old dollar store into a dental center designed for people who may otherwise fall through the cracks. An indoor ground breaking ceremony was held Wednesday morning at the future site of the My Community Dental Center, 2624 Center Avenue, in Bay County's Hampton Township. → Read More