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Northern Michigan Real Estate Booming, Despite Pitfalls

Northern Michigan Real Estate Booming, Despite Pitfalls

Commercial real estate in northern Michigan is thriving. Traverse City’s real estate is in the best position it has been in years, with brokers and contractors being swamped with multiple…

Marion woman drives head-on into car, 2 dead

Marion woman drives head-on into car, 2 dead

By Pat Maurer Correspondents A Marion woman and a Windsor, Ohio man died Monday morning in a tragic head-on collision on east bound U.S. 10 at Old State Avenue. A…

Veteran’s Park closer to completion

Veteran’s Park closer to completion

By Steve Landon Correspondent DeGeer Builders of Lake helped move the new Cadillac Veterans Park a step closer to completion last Saturday. Donating their time the Degeer team laid a…

Recent rains a godsend for farmers

By John Raffel Correspondent If you were outside a lot last weekend, you probably got wet from some of the several heavy rain showers that hit the area. If you…

Marion residents market unique product

Marion residents market unique product

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s called Anchor Wizard and it’s a proud product of the VanScoyoc family of rural Marion. Kameron VanScoyoc and his family had the product on display…

Pritchard wins fishing contest

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s been a hot summer and a sizzling August, but various individuals in the area have been taking advantage of their opportunities. That includes Cody Pritchard,…

Old 27 Car Tour kicks off Harrisons 125th Anniversary

Old 27 Car Tour kicks off Harrisons 125th Anniversary

By Pat Maurer Correspondent When the 10th annual Old U.S. 27 Motor Tour rolls into town today, it will be a big part of the tenth annual Harrison Street Fair…

Evart church takes mission to Brazil

By John Raffel Correspondent Evart Middle School principal Jason O’Dell has had an interesting summer. O’Dell was with a group of 14 from Calvary Baptist of Evart for a mission…

School starts in Marion on Sept. 6

By John Raffel Correspondent Attention administrators, teachers, other school district employees, parents, students and friends: Summer’s just about over. Get ready for school. That’s the atmosphere now at the school…

Middle Branch looks at road work

By John Raffel Correspondent Martha West is township clerk for a Middle Branch Township that had a millage renewal approved in August, and is ready to use it as effectively…

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