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Gov. Rick Snyder Vetoes Michigan Auto Repair Bill After Requirement Revisions Added

Gov. Rick Snyder Vetoes Michigan Auto Repair Bill After Requirement Revisions Added

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder made a slight departure from the majority of his own party last week. The Republican vetoed HB 4344, also known as the “Michigan Auto Repair Bill,”…

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day!

The Press will be closed Monday July 4th in observance of Independence day. Everyone have a safe and happy 4th of July weekend! Please follow and like us:…

Marion Fair ends

Marion Fair ends

By Steve Landon Correspondent The 77th Annual Marion Fair came to a close last Saturday night with thunder, sparks and the roar of high-powered engines as modern day gladiators battled…

Area gearing up for an exciting weekend

By Steve Landon Correspondent The Greatest Nation On Earth will celebrate her 240th Birthday Monday July 4th. Despite facing many challenges over the years this grand old lady looks incredible…

Unsolved Tustin murder re-opened

Unsolved Tustin murder re-opened

A task force of investigators from the Michigan State Police, in conjunction with Osceola County Prosecutor Tyler Thompson, is focusing on the 2004 homicide of Tustin resident Esther Gaffney. Eighty…

Two Leroy men charged for theft

Two Leroy men charged for theft

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Two men from Leroy; Nathan Wanstead, 32, and Nathan Wheelock, 19, were arrested around 1 a.m. Monday after Clare County Sheriff’s deputies stopped the GMC Sierra…

Hamman captures rual scenes on metal

Hamman captures rual scenes on metal

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent There is artistry and skillset associated with designing and building efficient manure spreaders, dairy barn gates and fencing and welded farm implements. These elements make up…

COA to investigate non-profit status

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent The advisory board for Osceola Commission on Aging will investigate how to establish a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit entity that would be separate from Board of…

Days Gone By

Days Gone By

The streets were full on July 4, 1920, in Marion, Michigan. This photo was taken from atop the Hall building on the corner of Mill and Main Streets, and remains today…

Lady Eagles take to diamond for summer ball

By John Raffel Correspondent Ryan Pace coaches Marion softball in the spring but realizes the importance of having girls play summer ball. That’s why Pace joined forces with Pine River…

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