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Marion man falls to his death after ingesting synthetic drugs

Marion man falls to his death after ingesting synthetic drugs

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent A 21-year-old Marion man fell to his death early Monday morning after ingesting a synthetic drug he was provided at a party Sunday night at a…

Smith part of Senate ceremonies

Smith part of Senate ceremonies

State Sen. Darwin Booher, R-Evart, welcomed veteran William Smith, of Evart, to the state Capitol on Thursday for the Michigan Senate’s 21st Annual Memorial Day Service, which honors Michigan residents…

Honoring our fallen heroes

Honoring our fallen heroes

Marion observed Memorial Day with a ceremony at the Veteran’s Memorial on Main Street. Please follow and like us:…

Evart police officer honored by Chapel Hill Wesleyan Church

Evart police officer honored by Chapel Hill Wesleyan Church

In the March 6, 2015 issue of the Marion Press, it was reported that the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police recognized Sgt. John Beam of the Evart Police Department…

Tustin to receive $28k grant for gazebo

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Village of Tustin is in line to receive a grant of $28,300 from the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund to build a gazebo at Little Creek…

Pow Wow shows off Native American culture

Pow Wow shows off Native American culture

By Jennifer Bomorra Correspondent The weather this past Memorial Day weekend gave way for a beautiful setting for the Gissiwas Creek Pow Wow in Marion Saturday and Sunday. Many came…

Nowland joins Dynamic Therapy

Nowland joins Dynamic Therapy

Lisa Nowland, has been hired as a physical therapist at Dynamic Physical Therapy. She grew up in Marion, the daughter of Carl and Diann Nowland. Lisa graduated from Marion High…

Russ wins $2500 scholarship

Russ wins $2500 scholarship

Barbara Russ, of Cadillac, is the 2015 recipient of the $2,500 Ed Kurtz Leadership Scholarship to Baker College. Russ is a volunteer board member for the State of Michigan Foster…

Kars helps racing team

Student Colton Kars, of McBain, helped the Saginaw Valley State University Cardinal Formula Racing team earn the fifth-best finish in the accomplished program’s history at its most recent international competition.…

Eagles craft and yard sale set for June 6

By Randy Johnston Browsing and shopping at the Marion Eagles Craft Show and Yard Sale is a summer tradition. Sponsored by the women’s auxiliary of the Marion Fraternal Order of…

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