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New Video Tour of Livingston County is released

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We are pleased to present a 2017 Video Tour of Livingston County that showcases the advantages of living, working and playing in our County Community! The 2017 video tour replaces the former 2014 version and it includes comments by community leaders as well as a well-rounded visual depiction of our…

Zemp Legacy Project enters next phase to include dedicated sculpture

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The Duane Legacy Project committee, formed to memorialize the enormous contribution to Howell by the man fondly known as “Zemp,” has selected artists and a sculpture design. After a nationwide request for proposal, the sculpture team of Colin & Kristine Poole of Santa Fe, New Mexico was chosen from eight…

Want to support a charity in our community? 24th Annual ‘Filling Wishes’ Booklets available now all over the county

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The holidays will soon be here, with people often thinking about making local donations to help local families and agencies. The 24th Annual Livingston County United Way’s “Filling Wishes” Booklet compiles “wish lists” from area nonprofit organizations. These local nonprofits hope to be adopted for holiday or year-end giving. The…

Barbara Barden is awarded top honor from Michigan Society of Association Executives at Annual Diamond Awards ceremony

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Michigan Society of Association Executives inducted retired Livingston County Executive Director, Barbara Barden, into the Michigan Association Hall of Fame last week at its annual Diamond Awards ceremony held at the Henry Hotel in Dearborn. The Michigan Association Hall of Fame was started in 2002 and has inducted 43 executives.…

Many thanks to our generous community, Peanut Row in downtown Howell will be transformed this fall

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As part of the place-making initiative in Howell, a treasured alleyway in the heart of downtown Howell will be transformed into a full-time hangout space and public art gallery. Peanut Row Alley, the alleyway running parallel to Grand River, off State Street. on the northeast side, will be energized to make…

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