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Stabenow Supports Mask Mandate

With an intention to sign an executive order to force Americans to wear masks if elected, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has the support of U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan. She spoke with Michigan News Network

Sheriff Presents Scholarship To Coloma Grad

A 2020 graduate of Coloma High School has been presented with a $1,000 scholarship from the Michigan Sheriff’s Association. Berrien County Sheriff Paul Bailey and Michigan Sheriff’s Association Director Matt Saxton handed the certificate to Tony Craft

State Releases Latest OK2SAY Report

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and Michigan State Police have released the latest OK2SAY Annual Report. The report details use of the state’s tip line for students to report troubling situations in their schools. The attorney general

Man Killed In Decatur Township Crash

Michigan State Police are investigating a fatal crash in Decatur Township on Thursday. They say it happened around 3:30 p.m. on County Road 352 near 41st Street. Troopers arrived at the scene to find the driver pinned

AAA Expects Summer Travel To Be Down By 15%

For obvious reasons, fewer of us will be traveling this summer. AAA of Michigan spokesperson Adrienne Woodland tells WSJM News the auto club’s travel forecast for the third quarter shows people being cautious. “Americans will take about