Family members of some of the 98 people killed in a Florida condominium collapse last June say they are too deep in mourning to contemplate the nearly $1 billion settlement their attorneys negotiated on their behalf. (May 12)
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The 2021 special section for Veterans Day includes veterans information for Iosco County, as well as some of the stories covered over the past year concerning Iosco County's many veterans activities.
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