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News spread quickly of the Sunday, May 24 death of Lexi Simon, 17, of Fenton. She was killed in a personal watercraft (PWC) collision on Lake Fenton.

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency for Michigan due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was first declared March 10. 

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 As restrictions on businesses are lifted in the coming months, Hartland Township seeks to boost the safe reopening of local businesses. The Hartland Board of Trustees is currently drafting a resolution to temporarily relax ordinances pertaining to outdoor dining and sales to help keep safe …

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Members of the Price Crane Robinsons VFW Post 4642 in Linden take part in the Memorial Day observation on Monday, May 25 at Fairview Cemetery in Linden. They were joined by the American Legion Family 119 of Linden. 

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   Despite how contagious and potentially deadly the COVID-19 virus is, Genesee County Sheriff Chris Swanson said he is proud to say that the Genesee County Jail has had zero cases of the coronavirus with inmates. 

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The Fenton VFW and local Boy Scouts place USA flags on veterans’ graves at Oakwood Cemetery in Fenton on Saturday, May 23. The volunteers worked together while maintaining social distance guidelines. Submitted photo

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 The State Bank and the Tri-County Times have partnered to feature as many local graduates as possible.

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  Lexi Simon, 17, of Fenton, was transported to Ascension Genesys in Grand Blanc Township with life-threatening injuries on Sunday, May 24 at approximately 3 p.m. 

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 Fenton — Public events have been canceled, however, our local veterans and their friends and families quietly carry on the tradition of honoring our veterans and their ultimate sacrifices for Memorial Day.

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 Effective Tuesday, May 26, retail businesses across Michigan will be allowed to reopen to the public. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer made the announcement Thursday, May 21 at a televised press conference.

There was nothing but smiles during the “Love Parade,” organized by Lockwood of Fenton on May 20. To show their love and to keep their distance because of the COVID-19 risks, family of Lockwood residents took part in the parade with decorated vehicles. See more photos at tctimes.com. 

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Grace Wardie of Fenton celebrates her 99th birthday with a drive-by celebration, organized by her daughter, Gloria Weaver. In addition to dozens of friends and family driving by to wish her a happy birthday, Wardie also surpassed her daughter’s goal of receiving 99 birthday cards in the mail. 

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