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Courtland

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  • Plant yourself at a garden sale

    Plant yourself at a garden sale
    Plant sales offer splendid opportunities to buy a variety of plants – often unusual and/or heirloom varieties hard to find anywhere else, and a chance to talk shop with fellow gardeners. Most sales are held rain or shine; each listing has contact...
  • Gummint watch

     
    The Republicans want to cut the deficit and make government smaller and less intrusive. No more Federal Emergency Management Agency, no more Environmental Protection Agency, just to name two agencies that they want to abolish. Fine. So what happens when.....
  • Rainy Weather Stealing Money from Businesses, Farms

    Rainy Weather Stealing Money from Businesses, Farms
    On a typical June day. Gem Auto Wash on Freeport in Sacramento is full of cars and people detailing them. This is obviously no typical June day. A very lonely car sits in a stall as three employees put the finishing touches on it.  When they are finished...
  • One Critical Following Crash Involving 11 People in Northern Kent County

    One Critical Following Crash Involving 11 People in Northern Kent County
    Police have released the names of the 11 people involved in a serious two car crash in northern Kent County that sent a Sparta teenager to the hospital with a serioushead injury. The crash happened in the intersection of 15 Mile Road and Shaner Avenue in...
  • Driver Arrested After 20-Year-Old Pedestrian Is Hit On 11 Mile Road Sunday Morning

    Driver Arrested After 20-Year-Old Pedestrian Is Hit On 11 Mile Road Sunday Morning
    A driver was arrested after an SUV struck and seriously injured a pedestrian in Courtland Township early Sunday. At 4:05 a.m. Sunday, the Kent County Sheriff's Department responded to a report of an accident on 11 Mile Road east of Myers Lake Road in...
  • Child's Clothing Recovered As Search Continues For Missing Infant In Ludington

    Child's Clothing Recovered  As Search Continues For Missing Infant In Ludington
    It's been a long, tiring, and frustrating four days for the family of missing 4-month-old Katherine Shelbie-Elizabeth Phillips.  The search is still on and Saturday night the family of “Baby Kate” announced a show of support with a candlelight...
  • Amber Alert: Missing Baby Believed to be in 'Extreme Danger'

    Amber Alert: Missing Baby Believed to be in 'Extreme Danger'
    LUDINGTON, Mich. (KTLA) -- The search continues for a 4-month-old girl who police say could be in "extreme danger" after the suspect in her kidnapping reportedly refuses to tell authorities where she is. An Amber Alert was issued after Katherine Shelbie-...
  • Search Continues for Katherine Phillips at Ludington Parade

    Search Continues for Katherine Phillips at Ludington Parade
    While a lot of people were out celebrating Monday, the family of 4-month-old Katherine Phillips spent the day searching for the missing infant. They were in the 4th of July parade in Ludington passing out flyers and asking bystanders to keep their eyes...
  • Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Marcus Allan Johnson, 20, of the 200 block of Forest Greens Road, was charged Wednesday with first-degree burglary and theft between $10,000 and $100,000. Amanda Jewel Walter,...
  • Search Continues for Baby Kate; Detectives Looking For Mom's Missing Cell

    Search Continues for Baby Kate; Detectives Looking For Mom's Missing Cell
    It's been a week since four month old Katherine Phillips disappeared from Ludington. An army of volunteers, detectives, and family members are searching day after day in nearby  woods and fields in hopes of finding her. "Pray and search is all we can...
  • The Goats Go Home: Remaining Herd Corralled After I-5 Incident

    The Goats Go Home: Remaining Herd Corralled After I-5 Incident
    The goats are going home. After nearly 20 hours of wandering, and wrecking havoc, around 60 nannies and billies are back under control. “They got out and they traveled over 5 miles. I don't know if something was chasing them," said Terry Adams Jr....