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BOC honors Marion’s Hoard

BOC honors Marion’s Hoard

By Randy Johnston At the Osceola County Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 20, the board recognized Marion resident Peggy Hoard for her service to the community. County commission…

Pink out game to raise money for cancer awareness

Pink out game to raise money for cancer awareness

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion cheerleading advisor Danyel Prielipp has announced that on Oct. 7, the high school football teams and cheerleaders will be traveling to Forest Area to play…

High expectations for 2016 bow hunting season

High expectations for 2016 bow hunting season

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — It’s shaping up to be an eventful deer hunting season by experts who see signs of a potentially solid season for outdoorsmen. Hunters get…

Marion snowmobile Swap Meet set for Oct. 8

Marion snowmobile Swap Meet set for Oct. 8

By Steve Landon Following the near tropical winter of 2015/2016, old man winter is scheduled to strike back with a vengeance this season bringing lots of snow and normal winter temperatures.…

Absentee ballots for general election ready

By John Raffel Correspondent Township clerks like Middle Branch’s Martha West remind voters that absentee ballots for the Nov 8 general election are now available. West said she has applications…

Marion board members look at renovation blueprints

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Board of Education last week had a bond issue meeting and looked at blueprints with the architect that have been drawn up for the…

70 attend clinic

70 attend clinic

By John Raffel Correspondent Danyel Prielipp is coach for the Marion cheerleaders and believes in preparing her cheerleaders. She also believes in preparing future cheerleaders. She recently had a clinic.…

25 farms attend tour

By John Raffel Correspondent Jerry Lindquist from the Michigan State University Extension Services, indicated that recent presentations at area farms proved to be very productive. “Off and on, we had…

Two vie for Board

By John Raffel Correspondent Two candidates will be running for one seat for the Marion Board of Eduction at the general election Nov. 8. Superintendent Mort Meier said the two…

Debate Offers Nothing New

Man, I couldn’t wait to sit myself in front of the television and watch the first presidential debate of 2016. As an undecided, I was hoping to see a clear…

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