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Good Morning Hartland

Check out the weather, fuel prices and more for September 28, 2012.

Good Morning Hartland

It's Friday and today's quote comes from Plato:

You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.

Here are some tidbits of news and information that we hope you'll find useful or entertaining.

1. The weather

Mostly sunny, with a high near 66, according to the  National Weather Service

2. Fuel prices

Here's a quick daily survey of the regular per-gallon price, according to  gasbuddy.com —

  • Speedway: $3.99
  • Mobil: $4.09
  • Shell: $4.09
  • Lowest price at in Highland: $3.95 at Citgo at S. Milford Road and Watkins Boulevard.
  • Lowest price in the Fenton area: $4.09 at the Marathon station at Silver Lake.
  • Lowest price in the Brighton area: $4.01 at Costco at 6700 Whitmore Lake Rd. and BP at 9400 Lee Road.

We also offer searchable and real-time traffic and fuel prices via Mapquest on our homepage.

3. HAYAA BASKETBALL REGISTRATION IS OPEN

Registration is open to boys and girls in 2nd– 8th grade (9th grade under 14) In-house and travel leagues. Register online at hayaasports.com/basketball. Check out more information on the website.

4. Add Your Events to Patch

Have an event you want to share with the community?  Add your own event to Hartland Patch's calendar.

5. Hartland trivia

Congratulations to Kelly for correctly answering Wednesday's question: What do the three R's stand for in Hartland Schools? Answer: Reason, respect & responsibility.

Friday's question: According to local Parshallville folklore, Charlie White, a descendant of Parshallville pioneer and early settler Alfred White, was Parshallville's first and last what?

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