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Owosso

(ōwŏs`ō), city (1990 pop. 16,322), Shiawassee co., S Mich., on the Shiawassee River; inc. 1859. Chief products include auto parts, corrugated containers, and boats. Livestock is also raised. Owosso is the birthplace of Thomas E. DeweyDewey, Thomas Edmund,
1902–71, American political figure, governor (1943–55) of New York, b. Owosso, Mich. Admitted (1925) to the bar, Dewey practiced law and in 1931 became chief assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.
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She will be responsible for managing the Owosso and Corunna branches.
With their national headquarters in Owosso, MI, Jack and Allie McGuire, founders and owners of If The Tie Fits, first came up with the concept of selling ties to provide support while working with the Hollywood Film Festival at Paramount Studios.
With the Eugene Marathon fast approaching, and Eugene wanting to put its best foot forward to all the visiting runners and their families, it would be a good idea for the city and marathon staff to work together to encourage all the homeless campers to relocate away from the Alton Baker Park bike paths, and from under bridges, that line both sides of the river fall the way to the Owosso Bridge.
The company operates three manufacturing facilities located in Clifford, Corunna and Owosso, Michigan.
Early on a frigid December morning, long before dawn, there is a commotion inside a small industrial building on the east side of Owosso.
The proprietary treatment technology was developed in collaboration with Tri-Mer Corporation of Owosso, Mich.
Students enrolled in sixth grade at 20 schools in the southeastern Michigan communinities of Detroit, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Owosso were eligible for participation in this study.
Peas, lima beans, sweet corn - we picked all that by hand for a canning factory at Owosso.
This will be ADS' second pipe production facility in Michigan, complementing the existing plant located in Owosso.
When I read the article "GIs Go Greyhound" [by Robert Gabrick] in the June issue, it reminded me of a trip by Greyhound from San Francisco to Chicago and then by Indian Trails bus on to Owosso, Michigan, after returning from navy Seabee service in the Pacific during World War II.
Jim Pouillon sat on a chair across the street from a local high school in Owosso, Michigan.