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Entrepreneurs share the secrets to their success

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The May 13 Good Morning Livingston “Adventures in Entrepreneurship” program brought together three local business owners to talk about turning ideas or economic challenges into successful business ventures. Speakers were Karen Wing of Heart of Michigan, a successful retailer in downtown Howell; Mitch Lipon of Ignite XDS, a high-tech marketing…

Howell Rotary celebrates 90 years of community involvement

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The Howell Rotary Club celebrated 90 years of continuous involvement and solid tradition in the Howell community on Monday, May 5, at a luncheon meeting in the First National Bank 3rd Floor Community Room. The Howell Rotary Club was chartered on May 5, 1924, with 17 members. John S. Page,…

State officials praise local efforts in Michigan’s economic comeback

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Downtown Howell was the epicenter Thursday of what could be called Michigan Lt. Gov. Brian Calley’s “reinvention and connection tour.” After touring the Heart of Howell project, which is taking three downtown buildings and recreating them as a one location housing several uses, Calley moved east on Grand River Avenue…

May’s Lunch & Learn explores business interactions

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Is your team dominant, inspiring, cautious or supportive? These personality traits will be discussed by Mora Kanim of Coaching C.L.O.U.T. at “Working with the DISC Self Assessment Tool” at the May 21 Lunch and Learn program, set for 11:30 to 1 p.m. at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation…

Opinions all around at Community Conversation

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PreK-12 education, Michigan’s natural resources and environment, college affordability and infrastructure investments were top priorities of participants at the Center for Michigan Community Conversation at the Howell chamber on Friday, April 4. The conversation by the Center for Michigan — a nonprofit, nonpartisan think-and-do tank that strives to be the…