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Village approves purchases of plow truck

Village approves purchases of plow truck

By Sterling McGinn One of the items on the agenda of the February Newberry Village Council meeting was the approval for purchasing a Department of Public Works plow truck. The meeting was held Wednesday, February 18, at 6:00 p.m. in the village office. The public...
Two plead guilty in meth cases

Two plead guilty in meth cases

By Larry Vincent On February 18, 11th Circuit Court with Judge William Carmody presiding. Carmody took pleas on meth cases and unlawful driving, issued an arraignment, held a probation violation hearing, and sentenced an individual for operating while intoxicated....
Newberry’s Debbie Johnson honored for service to MSP

Newberry’s Debbie Johnson honored for service to MSP

The Michigan State Police (MSP) Sault Ste. Marie Post is recognizing one of their administrative assistants for 25 years of service. Administrative Assistant, Deborah Johnson, has served at the Newberry Post and now Newberry Detachment since 1995. Johnson is a...
Getting to know you: Michael Bowler

Getting to know you: Michael Bowler

By Sarah Pleiman If you shop at Mac’s Market often, odds are you’ve seen Michael Bowler taking stock of the shelves. Michael is a Newberry native, and graduated from Newberry High School in 2003. The majority of Michael’s family lives nearby, with the...
Newberry will adjust to new chiropractor

Newberry will adjust to new chiropractor

By Carol Stiffler Dr. Brian Stoynoff is preparing to open a new chiropractic office on Newberry Avenue. Stoynoff has 18 years of chiropractic experience and originally considered moving to Newberry when the last chiropractor, Dr. Kristin Hieshetter, advertised for an...
Village crews dismantle decorations for the season

Village crews dismantle decorations for the season

By Sterling McGinn This past week, members of the Village of Newberry crews performed the annual task of taking down the Christmas decorations for the year. The bells, stars and greenery are stored in the former 41 Lumber building. One of the side rooms of the...