August 12, 1997Ken and Lori examint the results of previous night’s glaze firing.
Categories: Green News,Green Photos State Rep. Phil Green of Millington attended the governor’s State of the State address Tuesday at the state Capitol.“Rural advancement is the single biggest issues I am fighting for in Lansing. Giving these areas of the state the tools to thrive will present opportunities for job providers and residents in our communities,” Green said. “I look forward to working with Governor Whitmer to address these issues and others over the next two years.”Rep. Green’s district covers Huron and Tuscola counties.FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: State Sen. Dan Lauwers, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Director Liesl Clark, Huron County Commission Chairman Sami Khoury, Huron County Commissioner Steve Vaughan, and State Rep. Phil Green. 13Feb Rep. Green attends governor’s State of the State address
POLICE OMBUDSMAN NOTIFIED OVER DEATH OF SHANNON MCQUILLAN was last modified: January 22nd, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: Police said Miss McQuillan, from the Dunloy area, died as a result of her injuries.A 21-year-old man, whose name has not been officially revealed, was also hit by the vehicle on the Moneynick Road.The man remains in a critical condition in hospital.A PSNI spokesman said: “Our thoughts at this time are with the McQuillan family and all of those affected by this tragic incident.” They said it would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.Sinn Féin Councillor, Philip McGuigan said: “I don’t want to engage in speculation but what I am aware of is that the PSNI have referred this incident to the Police Ombudsman.“I am also aware that a number of PSNI officers were with Shannon and [the 21-year-old man] shortly before, and a short distance from where the accident happened, and I understand that the circumstances around that are the reasons for the referral to the Police Ombudsman.” MONEYNICK ROADPOLICE OMBUDSMAN NOTIFIED OVER DEATH OF SHANNON MCQUILLANPSNITOOMEBRIDGE ShareTweet 19-=year-old Shannon McQuillan was killed after being struck by a Brennan’s bread van on Saturday morningTHE circumstances surrounding the death of a teenager who was struck and killed by a bread delivery van at the weekend have been passed to the Police Ombudsman.Shannon McQuillian, 19, died after being struck by a van at about 03:40 am on Saturday morning on the Moneynick Road in Toomebridge.The PSNI have said they have notified the ombudsman as is “normal, established protocol”.