Sunday Apr 13
Editorial: No room for secrecy in Oakley Police Department
One hundred people supposedly claim the title of Oakley Police Reservist, protecting and serving some 300 residents of the small southwest Saginaw County town.
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
Saginaw Commissioner Katie Greenfelder will not seek re-election due to health
A first-term Saginaw County commissioner from Chesaning announced Thursday, April 10, that she does not plan to seek re-election to the board in November.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Bid to dissolve controversial Oakley Police Department falls short after testy board meeting
Public comment at the Village of Oakley board meeting on Tuesday, April 8, went on for more than an hour as some residents yelled to make their voices heard.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Watch how net gun can tangle and stop Saginaw County suspects in...
It looks like a large flashlight, but it packs a non-lethal punch capable of stopping someone in their tracks.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Editorial: New Waterloo police chief needs to devote time, not just money, to police force
Last month, the Waterloo Township Board hired a new police chief - Rob Reznick, a police veteran of more than 35 years, who is the chief in the tiny Village of Oakley in Saginaw County.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Waterloo Township hires police chief with unconventional methods, is...
He calls himself a "laissez faire" administrator who encourages officers to sit with homebound residents, and he can mobilize a well-funded reserve police force that mirrors or dwarfs those at far larger departments.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Lawsuits, police cost Oakley its insurance: Top stories from Monday, March 31
The village, its officials and its police chief are the target of a number of lawsuits, primarily filed by owners of the Family Tavern of Oakley.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Small Michigan village faces prospect of losing insurance
A small village in Saginaw County is facing the prospect of losing its insurance coverage following issues including a number of lawsuits against its officials and police chief.
See the 5 lawsuits between Oakley and Family Tavern owners
One family has taken the village of Oakley and its officials to court five times in the past two years.