Mount Clemens

Mount Clemens

(klĕm`ənz), city (1990 pop. 18,405), seat of Macomb co., NE of Detroit, SE Mich., on the Clinton River; settled c.1798, inc. as a city 1879. The city is known for its mineral waters. It has a large floral industry and factories that make tool and die equipment, enamels, powder coatings, and tool holders. Nearby is Selfridge Air National Guard Base.
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Axal ta Coating Systems' Mount Clemens facility was presented with the MV2 certification at the Michigan Values Veterans conference presented by TMG, Inc.
McNamara, a lawyer based in Mount Clemens, MI whose primary area of practice is Receiverships, has earned the AV Preeminent[sup.
and an internal medicine residency at Mount Clemens (Mich.
CASE FACTS: Karen Parent was employed as a technician in the histology laboratory at Mount Clemens General Hospital.
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His appearance before Mount Clemens court, Michigan, stemmed from a club row after he claimed he saw a man kissing his wife Kim.
That day, he bought Independent Newspapers' Macomb Daily in Mount Clemens and the Daily Tribune in Royal Oak.
Jenny Pascoe, age 5, and Kim Turner, age 12, both attend the Metropolitan Ballet and Dance Arts Center in Mount Clemens, Michigan, a studio that encouraged students to participate by exhibiting their posters and even holding a studio-wide contest.
McLaren Health Care acquired what is now Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center in 2006 and Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital (now POH Regional Medical Center) in 2007.
at the building's South Walnut Street entrance will welcome invited guests, OU officials, Oakland County, Macomb County and Mount Clemens city and community leaders.