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Letter from Village of Newberry

Letter from Village of Newberry

Greetings to all our friends and neighbors, We are all going through difficult, unexpected, and disturbing times in our history at the local and national levels. News and events come faster than we can keep up with, and each of us is affected by it one way or another....
Where Are They Now? – Will Cornell

Where Are They Now? – Will Cornell

Did you have any local jobs? Where else might we have seen you? During high school I worked at Rahilly’s IGA. It was my first job and I still have great memories of working there. I don’t get to visit Newberry often now-a-days, but when I do I always make...
Getting to know you: Terrie Slack

Getting to know you: Terrie Slack

By Sarah F. Pleiman Terrie Slack was born in Britton, a small village in southeast Michigan. When she was in 6th grade her family decided to move to Engadine, where her parents bought the McKelvey store north of town and renamed it McMichael’s Merchandise....
Village discusses COVID-19 concerns

Village discusses COVID-19 concerns

By Sterling McGinn Despite the many local cancelations from COVID-19 (Coronavirus) the Newberry Village Council held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday, March 17 at 6:00 p.m. in the village office. Three local citizens were present, but only one spoke during the...
COVID-19 scare affecting local organizations

COVID-19 scare affecting local organizations

As you know, a global outbreak of a respiratory disease named Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) started in China in late 2019. The virus has been detected in more than 90 countries, including the U.S. As of Sunday, March 15 there were 54 positive cases of...
Demolition on Elks building begins this week

Demolition on Elks building begins this week

By Carol Stiffler The Elks Lodge 1705 building, which had a partial roof collapse on January 24, is under repair. After an architectural engineer determined the southern side of the building and bar area could stay, makeshift walls were erected to separate that area...