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Invasive Species Discovered in Michigan Trout Fishing Streams

Invasive Species Discovered in Michigan Trout Fishing Streams

When people think of common pests, they usually think of the ones in their homes. Many worry about mice or other rodents, while 20% of homeowners are most concerned about…

Santa visits Marion this Saturday

Santa visits Marion this Saturday

By Julie Traynor Correspondent The weather is forecast to be seasonable on Saturday afternoon and evening, with perhaps a bit of snow in the air to welcome Santa on his…

Reed City psychics travel to Standing Rock to protest

Reed City psychics travel to Standing Rock to protest

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Barry and Beth Gilmer of Reed City, psychics who offer their services in Clare at Always Healing, will be going to support the Standing Rock protest…

Marion farm wins state award

Marion farm wins state award

The MSU Product Center hosted its ninth annual Making It In Michigan conference and trade show on Wednesday, November 16th. The event, which was held at the Lansing Center, provides…

Blueprints submitted for school upgrades

By John Raffel Correspondent Plans continue on Marion Schools renovation project. Marion administrative assistant Diana Salisbury posted an update on the school’s website recently. In her most recent update, Salisbury…

Commissioners reflect on Marion COA vote

By John Raffel Correspondent Two members of the Osceola County Board of Commissioners, who voted on opposite sides of the Commission on Aging Site in Marion have explained their positions…

Here’s a sampling of Christmas Wish letters received

Here’s a sampling of Christmas Wish letters received

The following letters are only a few of the dozens we have received so far. In the weeks ahead we will be fulfuilling some the wishes, thanks to the generosity…

20th Century Club donates to pantry

20th Century Club donates to pantry

Members of the  20th Century Club were greeted by hostesses June Kime and Cindy Swiler for the November meeting. Tables were decorated with a winter theme, deer, candles,colorful trees and…

Missaukee COA enjoys new LC building

By John Raffel Correspondent Thanksgiving was a special time for Natalie Davis, director of the Missaukee County Commission on Aging. It marked the second month that the COA is in…

Give Thanks to Police Officers

I’m appalled at the number of police officers that are being shot and killed these days. The job was never one for the timid, but nowadays it is the riskiest…

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