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The Source of Joy in Tough Times

On May 6, 1934, a young minister in Charlotte, North Carolina, named Vance Havner, devoted his weekly column in the Charlotte Observer to a problem that relates to discouraged people…

What’s Cooking?

This year being a great growing season for fruits and vegetables, I will finish with some of our families good recipes…. FREEZER  SWEET CORN Frist start with good and fresh…

Meyjes, Mackey win Harris Award

The Rotary Club of Cadillac has awarded the Paul Harris Fellowship award to Gus Meyjes and David Mackey for their backing of the club’s successful raffle of a car built…

Donna Elaine (Gray) Wilkinson

Donna Elaine (Gray) Wilkinson

Donna Elaine (Gray) Wilkinson, age 86, of Ada MI, passed away peacefully at home on August 23, 2016, a loving wife, mother, teacher and best friend. She was preceded in…

Ines Marie Brocht

Ines Marie Brocht

Ines Marie Brocht passed away unexpectedly on Monday August 22nd. 2016 from a car accident. She was born to Arthur and Loutressa Keehn on April 18th. 1930 on the family…

Community Events August 26, 2016

Lake Farmers Market Lake area chamber of commerce is pleased to announce it’s Annual Farmers Market being held at the city park, downton Lake City. The Market is on Thrusday…

Man drowns in Shingle Lake

By Pat Maurer Correspondent William Tyler, 46 of Flint drowned Saturday in Shingle Lake after his kayak flipped over in the lake. A 9-1-1 caller, who lives at the lake,…

NMC soccer primed for another winning season

NMC soccer primed for another winning season

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer The McBain Northern Michigan Christian boys soccer team finished above .500 a year ago, with an 11-8-1 record. Though they lost quite a few players…

McBain strikers start season, 1-1

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer The McBain volleyball team has already been busy on the young season, having most recently going 1-1 at home tri-match on Monday. McBain topped Glen…

Marion cross country returns two state qualifiers to team

Marion cross country returns two state qualifiers to team

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer A quick look in the review mirror and Marion cross country coach Jason Keeler likes what he saw a season ago. “We had a pretty…