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DETROIT, UNITED STATES:  Howdy Doody, one of America's best-loved puppets as he makes his debut at the Detroit Institute of Arts(D.IA) 06 April 2001 marking his first time on display for the public since the Howdy Doody Show went off the air in 1960. Howdy's appearance at the DIA. followed a January 2001 decision by US District Court Judge Christopher F. Droney to honor a 1967 contract between Howdy Doody puppeteer Rufus Rose and NBC.  The contract specified that Howdy Doody enter the museum's collection after Rose no longer needed the puppet.   AFP PHOTO/Jeff KOWALSKY (Photo:  JEFF KOWALSKY/AFP/Getty Images)

Kevyn Orr: Howdy Doody Not For Sale In Detroit’s Bankruptcy

“Nothing is for sale, including Howdy Doody,” Orr said during his first public comments on the bankruptcy during a Friday press conference.

CBS Detroit–07/19/2013

Gary Brown

Could Gary Brown’s New Position Violate City Charter?

“Anyone looking to prove the state has taken over the city, now has 225,000 reasons,” Langton said.

CBS Detroit–07/01/2013

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Local People Debate Emergency Manager Issue

“I’m mad, I can’t believe that the Board of Canvassers would not let the people decide if they want emergency dictators in Michigan,” Bullock said.

CBS Sports Radio 1270–04/27/2012