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 Actress Rose McGowan raises her fist while delivering the opening address at the Women's Convention on Friday, Oct. 27 at Cobo Center in Detroit, Mich. This was the first time McGowan had spoken in public since accusing film producer Harvey Weinstein of rape.

Actress Rose McGowan raises her fist while delivering the opening address at the Women's Convention on Friday, Oct. 27 at Cobo Center in Detroit, Mich. This was the first time McGowan had spoken in public since accusing film producer Harvey Weinstein of rape.

 Chairwoman of the 11th District Democrats Carol Prince Hundley listens to Democratic candidate for Michigan's 11th Congressional District Haley Stevens's victory speech at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Mich. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.

Chairwoman of the 11th District Democrats Carol Prince Hundley listens to Democratic candidate for Michigan's 11th Congressional District Haley Stevens's victory speech at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Mich. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.

 Jaime Lamonica, left, holds onto a pumpkin as daughter Kaylee Westfall, 5, takes a sip of her Dunkin' Donuts drink during an afternoon at Pierson's Farm in Middletown, NY.

Jaime Lamonica, left, holds onto a pumpkin as daughter Kaylee Westfall, 5, takes a sip of her Dunkin' Donuts drink during an afternoon at Pierson's Farm in Middletown, NY.

 From left, Ohio State University sophomore and marching band sousaphone players Tim Hogue, sophomore George Hoeferlin, junior Clay Wirsing and junior Casey Flowers enjoy lunch on the sidelines before the start of the Ohio State vs. Michigan football game on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Buckeyes beat the Wolverines 42-13.

From left, Ohio State University sophomore and marching band sousaphone players Tim Hogue, sophomore George Hoeferlin, junior Clay Wirsing and junior Casey Flowers enjoy lunch on the sidelines before the start of the Ohio State vs. Michigan football game on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Buckeyes beat the Wolverines 42-13.

 Freeland resident Savannah Farrenza, 15, holds onto Quackers before the Small Animal Auction on Wednesday.

Freeland resident Savannah Farrenza, 15, holds onto Quackers before the Small Animal Auction on Wednesday.

 Leon, 95, and Fran Sycle, 93, lean in and laugh while having their portrait taken on Thursday at Riverside Place. The Sycles have been married for 75 years and were married on Jan. 1, 1942. "Learning to compromise for one thing, and being able to forgive and not fight too much," Fran said were the keys to a long marriage. 

Leon, 95, and Fran Sycle, 93, lean in and laugh while having their portrait taken on Thursday at Riverside Place. The Sycles have been married for 75 years and were married on Jan. 1, 1942. "Learning to compromise for one thing, and being able to forgive and not fight too much," Fran said were the keys to a long marriage. 

 Laurel Brown, of Toronto, grooms Nessie Sassy Tails Crazy for You, a Chinese crested, on June 9 at the Midland County Fairgrounds in Midland, Mich. The Midland Kennel Club and the Mt. Pleasant Kennel Club put on the M&M Cluster Dog Show from June 9-12 where close to 500 dogs were shown in all-breed shows and obedience and rally trials. Brown has been showing dogs for 5 years and travels all over Canada and the United States to compete. After bathing, Nessie takes two hours to groom. "She has better hair products than I do," Brown joked.

Laurel Brown, of Toronto, grooms Nessie Sassy Tails Crazy for You, a Chinese crested, on June 9 at the Midland County Fairgrounds in Midland, Mich. The Midland Kennel Club and the Mt. Pleasant Kennel Club put on the M&M Cluster Dog Show from June 9-12 where close to 500 dogs were shown in all-breed shows and obedience and rally trials. Brown has been showing dogs for 5 years and travels all over Canada and the United States to compete. After bathing, Nessie takes two hours to groom. "She has better hair products than I do," Brown joked.

 Ainsworth High School class of '78 Dennis Johnson and his wife and Carman High School '78 graduate Teri Johnson, of Flint, console one another during a memorial service honoring their son, fallen soldier serving in Afghanistan and Carman-Ainsworth '04 graduate Joe Johnson at the rock near Southwestern High School on Saturday, Sep. 13, 2014 in Flint, Mich. The memorial recognized '70 Carman grad and Marine Ramon Rodriguez and '04 Carman-Ainsworth graduate and Army member Joe Johnson both of whom died in combat. Although the group originally planned to paint the rock, due to bad weather, the group waved American flags, sang spiritual hymns and spoke of their loved ones' lives and bravery. This week marked the first annual reunion for Carman Cougars who attended and graduated from the original Carman High School between 1968 and 1986 before the school became Carman-Ainsworth High School. "Joe will never be just a memory," his mother said. 

Ainsworth High School class of '78 Dennis Johnson and his wife and Carman High School '78 graduate Teri Johnson, of Flint, console one another during a memorial service honoring their son, fallen soldier serving in Afghanistan and Carman-Ainsworth '04 graduate Joe Johnson at the rock near Southwestern High School on Saturday, Sep. 13, 2014 in Flint, Mich. The memorial recognized '70 Carman grad and Marine Ramon Rodriguez and '04 Carman-Ainsworth graduate and Army member Joe Johnson both of whom died in combat. Although the group originally planned to paint the rock, due to bad weather, the group waved American flags, sang spiritual hymns and spoke of their loved ones' lives and bravery. This week marked the first annual reunion for Carman Cougars who attended and graduated from the original Carman High School between 1968 and 1986 before the school became Carman-Ainsworth High School. "Joe will never be just a memory," his mother said. 

 The Bullock Creek Cross Country team runs up and down the hill at Overlook Park to start practice on Thursday. The girls and boys teams have run the hill a handful of times this season as a strengthening exercise.

The Bullock Creek Cross Country team runs up and down the hill at Overlook Park to start practice on Thursday. The girls and boys teams have run the hill a handful of times this season as a strengthening exercise.

 Kayla Schneider, 14, of Midland, closes her eyes and takes a deep breath before the Midland County Fair Championship Rodeo at the Midland County Fairgrounds on Aug. 19 in Midland, Mich. The event featured bull riding, barrel racing and more.

Kayla Schneider, 14, of Midland, closes her eyes and takes a deep breath before the Midland County Fair Championship Rodeo at the Midland County Fairgrounds on Aug. 19 in Midland, Mich. The event featured bull riding, barrel racing and more.

 Dow junior and cheerleader Jessica Bunnelle, 16, stretches while stretching partner and senior Paige Deiters, 17, gets her face glitter done by sophomore Jaden Treijo, 16, before the game against Mt. Pleasant on Thursday at Midland Community Stadium.

Dow junior and cheerleader Jessica Bunnelle, 16, stretches while stretching partner and senior Paige Deiters, 17, gets her face glitter done by sophomore Jaden Treijo, 16, before the game against Mt. Pleasant on Thursday at Midland Community Stadium.

 Employees of Signs by Crannie try to unsuccessfully place Flint's iconic 'Big Girl' statue into the back of the Colonial Coney Island & Family Restaurant on July 24 in Flint, Mich. as building owner Yanni Mavrikos (left) stands guard. The statue — a local landmark for more than 35 years — was made of fiberglass and stood at 13 feet.  She was not able to fit into the restaurant's old building and instead was stored at Signs by Crannie's storage house. 

Employees of Signs by Crannie try to unsuccessfully place Flint's iconic 'Big Girl' statue into the back of the Colonial Coney Island & Family Restaurant on July 24 in Flint, Mich. as building owner Yanni Mavrikos (left) stands guard. The statue — a local landmark for more than 35 years — was made of fiberglass and stood at 13 feet.  She was not able to fit into the restaurant's old building and instead was stored at Signs by Crannie's storage house. 

 Daniel Griggs, center, reads to his children (clockwise, from left) Jocelyn, 2, David, 4, and Joseph, 2, before dinner on June 17 at their Midland, Mich. home.

Daniel Griggs, center, reads to his children (clockwise, from left) Jocelyn, 2, David, 4, and Joseph, 2, before dinner on June 17 at their Midland, Mich. home.

 Mr. Saucy waits in the parking lot to surprise members of the Midland Mall Taco Bell on April 14 in Midland, Mich. The Midland Mall Taco Bell out performed 6,000 other Taco Bells in the country, and was surprised by upper management and the franchise with Playstation 4's.

Mr. Saucy waits in the parking lot to surprise members of the Midland Mall Taco Bell on April 14 in Midland, Mich. The Midland Mall Taco Bell out performed 6,000 other Taco Bells in the country, and was surprised by upper management and the franchise with Playstation 4's.

Actress Rose McGowan raises her fist while delivering the opening address at the Women's Convention on Friday, Oct. 27 at Cobo Center in Detroit, Mich. This was the first time McGowan had spoken in public since accusing film producer Harvey Weinstein of rape.

Chairwoman of the 11th District Democrats Carol Prince Hundley listens to Democratic candidate for Michigan's 11th Congressional District Haley Stevens's victory speech at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Mich. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.

Jaime Lamonica, left, holds onto a pumpkin as daughter Kaylee Westfall, 5, takes a sip of her Dunkin' Donuts drink during an afternoon at Pierson's Farm in Middletown, NY.

From left, Ohio State University sophomore and marching band sousaphone players Tim Hogue, sophomore George Hoeferlin, junior Clay Wirsing and junior Casey Flowers enjoy lunch on the sidelines before the start of the Ohio State vs. Michigan football game on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Buckeyes beat the Wolverines 42-13.

Freeland resident Savannah Farrenza, 15, holds onto Quackers before the Small Animal Auction on Wednesday.

Leon, 95, and Fran Sycle, 93, lean in and laugh while having their portrait taken on Thursday at Riverside Place. The Sycles have been married for 75 years and were married on Jan. 1, 1942. "Learning to compromise for one thing, and being able to forgive and not fight too much," Fran said were the keys to a long marriage. 

Laurel Brown, of Toronto, grooms Nessie Sassy Tails Crazy for You, a Chinese crested, on June 9 at the Midland County Fairgrounds in Midland, Mich. The Midland Kennel Club and the Mt. Pleasant Kennel Club put on the M&M Cluster Dog Show from June 9-12 where close to 500 dogs were shown in all-breed shows and obedience and rally trials. Brown has been showing dogs for 5 years and travels all over Canada and the United States to compete. After bathing, Nessie takes two hours to groom. "She has better hair products than I do," Brown joked.

Ainsworth High School class of '78 Dennis Johnson and his wife and Carman High School '78 graduate Teri Johnson, of Flint, console one another during a memorial service honoring their son, fallen soldier serving in Afghanistan and Carman-Ainsworth '04 graduate Joe Johnson at the rock near Southwestern High School on Saturday, Sep. 13, 2014 in Flint, Mich. The memorial recognized '70 Carman grad and Marine Ramon Rodriguez and '04 Carman-Ainsworth graduate and Army member Joe Johnson both of whom died in combat. Although the group originally planned to paint the rock, due to bad weather, the group waved American flags, sang spiritual hymns and spoke of their loved ones' lives and bravery. This week marked the first annual reunion for Carman Cougars who attended and graduated from the original Carman High School between 1968 and 1986 before the school became Carman-Ainsworth High School. "Joe will never be just a memory," his mother said. 

The Bullock Creek Cross Country team runs up and down the hill at Overlook Park to start practice on Thursday. The girls and boys teams have run the hill a handful of times this season as a strengthening exercise.

Kayla Schneider, 14, of Midland, closes her eyes and takes a deep breath before the Midland County Fair Championship Rodeo at the Midland County Fairgrounds on Aug. 19 in Midland, Mich. The event featured bull riding, barrel racing and more.

Dow junior and cheerleader Jessica Bunnelle, 16, stretches while stretching partner and senior Paige Deiters, 17, gets her face glitter done by sophomore Jaden Treijo, 16, before the game against Mt. Pleasant on Thursday at Midland Community Stadium.

Employees of Signs by Crannie try to unsuccessfully place Flint's iconic 'Big Girl' statue into the back of the Colonial Coney Island & Family Restaurant on July 24 in Flint, Mich. as building owner Yanni Mavrikos (left) stands guard. The statue — a local landmark for more than 35 years — was made of fiberglass and stood at 13 feet.  She was not able to fit into the restaurant's old building and instead was stored at Signs by Crannie's storage house. 

Daniel Griggs, center, reads to his children (clockwise, from left) Jocelyn, 2, David, 4, and Joseph, 2, before dinner on June 17 at their Midland, Mich. home.

Mr. Saucy waits in the parking lot to surprise members of the Midland Mall Taco Bell on April 14 in Midland, Mich. The Midland Mall Taco Bell out performed 6,000 other Taco Bells in the country, and was surprised by upper management and the franchise with Playstation 4's.

 Actress Rose McGowan raises her fist while delivering the opening address at the Women's Convention on Friday, Oct. 27 at Cobo Center in Detroit, Mich. This was the first time McGowan had spoken in public since accusing film producer Harvey Weinstein of rape.
 Chairwoman of the 11th District Democrats Carol Prince Hundley listens to Democratic candidate for Michigan's 11th Congressional District Haley Stevens's victory speech at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Mich. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.
 Jaime Lamonica, left, holds onto a pumpkin as daughter Kaylee Westfall, 5, takes a sip of her Dunkin' Donuts drink during an afternoon at Pierson's Farm in Middletown, NY.
 From left, Ohio State University sophomore and marching band sousaphone players Tim Hogue, sophomore George Hoeferlin, junior Clay Wirsing and junior Casey Flowers enjoy lunch on the sidelines before the start of the Ohio State vs. Michigan football game on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Buckeyes beat the Wolverines 42-13.
 Freeland resident Savannah Farrenza, 15, holds onto Quackers before the Small Animal Auction on Wednesday.
 Leon, 95, and Fran Sycle, 93, lean in and laugh while having their portrait taken on Thursday at Riverside Place. The Sycles have been married for 75 years and were married on Jan. 1, 1942. "Learning to compromise for one thing, and being able to forgive and not fight too much," Fran said were the keys to a long marriage. 
 Laurel Brown, of Toronto, grooms Nessie Sassy Tails Crazy for You, a Chinese crested, on June 9 at the Midland County Fairgrounds in Midland, Mich. The Midland Kennel Club and the Mt. Pleasant Kennel Club put on the M&M Cluster Dog Show from June 9-12 where close to 500 dogs were shown in all-breed shows and obedience and rally trials. Brown has been showing dogs for 5 years and travels all over Canada and the United States to compete. After bathing, Nessie takes two hours to groom. "She has better hair products than I do," Brown joked.
 Ainsworth High School class of '78 Dennis Johnson and his wife and Carman High School '78 graduate Teri Johnson, of Flint, console one another during a memorial service honoring their son, fallen soldier serving in Afghanistan and Carman-Ainsworth '04 graduate Joe Johnson at the rock near Southwestern High School on Saturday, Sep. 13, 2014 in Flint, Mich. The memorial recognized '70 Carman grad and Marine Ramon Rodriguez and '04 Carman-Ainsworth graduate and Army member Joe Johnson both of whom died in combat. Although the group originally planned to paint the rock, due to bad weather, the group waved American flags, sang spiritual hymns and spoke of their loved ones' lives and bravery. This week marked the first annual reunion for Carman Cougars who attended and graduated from the original Carman High School between 1968 and 1986 before the school became Carman-Ainsworth High School. "Joe will never be just a memory," his mother said. 
 The Bullock Creek Cross Country team runs up and down the hill at Overlook Park to start practice on Thursday. The girls and boys teams have run the hill a handful of times this season as a strengthening exercise.
 Kayla Schneider, 14, of Midland, closes her eyes and takes a deep breath before the Midland County Fair Championship Rodeo at the Midland County Fairgrounds on Aug. 19 in Midland, Mich. The event featured bull riding, barrel racing and more.
 Dow junior and cheerleader Jessica Bunnelle, 16, stretches while stretching partner and senior Paige Deiters, 17, gets her face glitter done by sophomore Jaden Treijo, 16, before the game against Mt. Pleasant on Thursday at Midland Community Stadium.
 Employees of Signs by Crannie try to unsuccessfully place Flint's iconic 'Big Girl' statue into the back of the Colonial Coney Island & Family Restaurant on July 24 in Flint, Mich. as building owner Yanni Mavrikos (left) stands guard. The statue — a local landmark for more than 35 years — was made of fiberglass and stood at 13 feet.  She was not able to fit into the restaurant's old building and instead was stored at Signs by Crannie's storage house. 
 Daniel Griggs, center, reads to his children (clockwise, from left) Jocelyn, 2, David, 4, and Joseph, 2, before dinner on June 17 at their Midland, Mich. home.
 Mr. Saucy waits in the parking lot to surprise members of the Midland Mall Taco Bell on April 14 in Midland, Mich. The Midland Mall Taco Bell out performed 6,000 other Taco Bells in the country, and was surprised by upper management and the franchise with Playstation 4's.