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Public forums will allow citizens a voice

Public forums will allow citizens a voice

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Marion Schools Superintendent Mort Meier said the district is soliciting views of taxpayers on which repairs and improvements to have at school buildings. “We’re asking what…

Skydiving grandma takes leap

Skydiving grandma takes leap

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Why in the world would anyone ever want to jump out of a perfectly good airplane? Because it is fun of course. 89 year-old Fran Love…

Marion pie sale Oct. 31

By Randy Johnston Area residents have an opportunity to stock up on tempting pies and shop for distinctive gifts and seasonal decor at the Marion Pie Sale and Craft Show. …

MSP investigates Clare County Sheriff, no wrongdoing found

MSP investigates Clare County Sheriff, no wrongdoing found

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The investigation into complaints about the procedures, missing evidence and misuse of funds and equipment at the Clare County Sheriff’s Department turned up no wrongdoing on…

Lindquist presented with award

For his 33 years of dedicated service to Michigan State University Extension, Jerry Lindquist, of Osceola County, was awarded the 2015 Outstanding Service to MSU Extension Award at the organization’s…

Big prizes to make this years Buck Pole better

Big prizes to make this years Buck Pole better

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Deer hunters have a chance to bag more than a deer when they come to the annual Marion Buck Pole event Nov. 15 and 16 at the Marion…

Adopt at Pet October 30, 2015

BROOKLYN says – Wanna PLAY?? This pretty English pointer is full of energy and LOVES her toys! Would make a great exercise partner for you to get up off the…

Howard named Evart superintendent

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Former Clare Schools Superintendent Doniel Pummell made it to a final round as a candidate for interim superintendent at Evart Public Schools in Osceola County. The…

Evart Historical Museum damaged

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent A brick thrown against the front door of the Historical Museum at the Evart Public Library shattered the glass and landed inside the building on the…

Closed session explained

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Attorney for Marion Public Schools said the Board of Education called a closed session under the attorney-client privilege provision of the Michigan Open Meetings Act. Robert…

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