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Traditions kept alive
during 83rd Peach Fest

Start with three main ingredients: Traditions, good weather and plenty of activities.
Throw in some peaches, mix, and you have the recipe that coordinators are using to bring the 83rd Annual Michigan Peach Festival...

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Peach Queen encourages others to be themselves

When people picture royalty, they might not think of someone performing high kicks or snowboarding.
But 2014 Peach Queen Kaitlyn Krimmel, 21, has found that perfect balance of elegance and strength, and is using...

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Pfeiffer named Grand Marshal of Peach Fest

It seems fitting that Rich Pfeiffer of Bruce Township enjoys scuba diving, as he is known for jumping in when help is needed.
Pfeiffer, a Bruce Township resident and long-time Romeo Lions Club member, has the ...

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Village trustees table manager ordinance

Potential changes to Romeo's government have been put on hold for another month.
At its Aug. 18 meeting, the Village Board of Trustees tabled any decisions on adopting a village manager ordinance until its ...

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Bruce Twp supports new route for ET Rover line

Bruce officials have spoken against a new natural resource pipeline being installed in the township.
The Bruce Township Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Aug. 20 for a resolution that supports re-routing a ...

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Closings for Labor Day are announced

Local, county and state government offices will be closed in observance of Labor Day.
Closed Monday will be the offices for Bruce, Ray and Washington townships and the Village of Romeo.
Macomb County government...

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BRFD purchases new ambulance

The Bruce-Romeo Fire Department will purchase a new ambulance to replace road-worn models.
Fire Chief Ken Staelgraeve received unanimous support from the Bruce Township Board of Trustees on Aug. 20 to spend $168,968...

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PEACH ROYALTY. Seen above is 2014 Peach Queen Kaitlyn Krimmel, 21, of Washington Township. Krimmel, the daughter of Robert and Edie Krimmel, is a senior at Grand Valley State University majoring in allied health science. The 2010 Romeo High School graduate encourages others to be themselves, using the example of her earning a black belt in American Freestyle karate. As Peach Queen, she has volunteered with the Samaritan House and at Amanda Moore Elementary. (Read Story)

(Observer photo by Chris Gray)

Mystery comes to Graubner

The Ninth Annual Mystery Comes to Michigan with authors Tasha Alexander, Elizabeth Heiter, Susan Elia MacNeal, Theresa Schwegel, Simone St. James and Lauren Willig.
The Graubner Branch of the Romeo District Library will be the center of the mystery world at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6, as the six writers bring their talent and point of view on mystery and mayhem, both fact and fiction, to Romeo.
Authors will discuss their take on the mystery genre and also take questions from the audience. The discussion will be followed by an author signing, and books will be available for purchase.
Graubner Library is located at 65821 Van Dyke in Washington. Call 586-752-0603, option 4.

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