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Rep. Vaupel votes to accelerate sales tax relief for Michigan families

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State Rep. Hank Vaupel today voted to accelerate sales tax relief for Michigan families buying motor vehicles by overriding a gubernatorial veto with his House colleagues. The House vote means additional tax relief for people buying cars, trucks and SUVs with a trade-in. Current law calls for phasing in planned…

Is your business, organization or family interested in offering a scholarship to Howell High School students?

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There is a very easy way to offer a yearly donation or one-time donation to Howell High School students. Simply fill out this form: BLANK new scholarship form_Howell High School_2018 And return to Joan Blair at the Howell High School Guidance Office Or fax to: 517.548.6210…

Community Foundation of Livingston County awards Duane Zemper Legacy Foundation with donation for sculpture

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The Community Foundation for Livingston County has awarded $15,000 in support of a sculpture to be created in honor of the late Howell resident, Duane Zemper. The sculpture will be placed at the Howell Carnegie District Library in downtown Howell. The Duane Zemper Legacy Project committee is a collaboration of…

Medilodge of Howell thanks generous Annual Christmas Raffle Donors

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Medilodge of Howell thanks all who donated and attended the 2017 Annual Christmas Raffle. Medilodge appreciates the continued effort in our community and would like to personally thank the following businesses and citizens for their donations:   A & B’S SWEET TREATS LINDEN ALLMED BITTNER & BARLEY ATTORNEY BRYLAH FASHIONS…

Rep. Vaupel supports bills to expand and strengthen Michigan’s skilled trade opportunities

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State Rep. Hank Vaupel, of Fowlerville, recently voted for a bipartisan five-bill package to enhance skilled trade education in Michigan’s public schools. “This is an opportunity to help our children beyond high school while they’re still in the classroom,” Vaupel said. “Our mid-Michigan school districts will have more course flexibility,…