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Governor signs Rep. Vaupel’s bill allowing safer, more humane animal euthanasia

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Legislator’s tax clarification bill also signed into law Rep. Hank Vaupel of Fowlerville announced today that two of his legislative proposals were recently signed into law by Gov. Rick Snyder. The first allows additional types of tranquilizers to be used for safer and more humane euthanasia at animal control and…

Cleary University to sponsor Michigan Challenge Balloonfest

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Cleary University is the new major sponsor of the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest, June 22-24 in Howell. This is the 34th year of the event, hosted by the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce and held at the Howell High School campus. The three-day event features the state championship of hot-air ballooning,…

CLEARY UNIVERSITY ELECTS NEW CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

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During the January 2018 Board of Trustees meeting, Joseph (Joe) Parker was confirmed as the new Chairman of the Board of Cleary University; a position elected by peers. Mr. Parker has been a resident of Livingston County since 1988. Residing in Howell, he is a local entrepreneur owning Heart of…

SPOTLIGHT IN THE NEWS: Celebrate Our Town

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Celebrate Our Town is a community-based marketing company welcoming new homeowners with generous baskets filled with community information and gifts and gift certificates from local businesses. We help local non-profit organizations by providing new homeowners with a list of each group’s needs and volunteering opportunities; also included are local church…

Pat Convery, Howell Chamber President, announces her retirement after dedicating 28 years to Howell

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After a 28-year career at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce, President Pat Convery is retiring. “It is a bitter sweet morning as the Howell Chamber’s Board of Directors announces to the Howell Chamber staff, membership and Howell community the retirement of a great leader and community advocate,” Howell Chamber…