Wrangler’s Saloon in Howell closing doors permanently because of COVID-19 shutdown

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Wrangler’s Saloon in Howell announced on Facebook this afternoon that it will be closing its doors permanently due to the forced COVID-19 shutdown. The announcement:

Michigan bars and restaurants have been closed to dine-in service since mid-March by order of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, and no date has been set for them to reopen. All food service has been carryout only.

Wrangler’s is located at 4020 W. Grand River Ave., by the Livingston County Airport.

In March, Grille in the Ville in Fowlerville announced that it was also shutting its doors permanently, in part because of the shutdown.

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  1. Sadly, throughout our great County, more of this will happen to our strength – local small businesses. With trust, common sense, and teamwork that included the real voice in government – the people. most of what is happening could have been avoided. When power is abused in government. the people lose.

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