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Attendance soars at Snowfest – 60 degree weather brings fans

Attendance soars at Snowfest – 60 degree weather brings fans

By Steve Landon Correspondent Photos by Seth and Steve Landon Bitter cold temperatures in 2015, near bathing suit weather in 2016 and 2017, one fact is clear, old mother nature…

Marion trio charged with 30 B&E’s drugs

Marion trio charged with  30 B&E’s drugs

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola County Undersheriff Justin Halladay announced on Tuesday the arrest and arraignment of three Marion men on charges of breaking and entering of local business and…

Marion ready to put out bids for school renovations

Marion ready to put out bids for school renovations

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Board of Education discussed the bond proposal at its monthly meeting last week, and superintendent Mort Meier said the district is ready to enter…

Jump rope event raises $12.6K for AHA

By John Raffel Correspondent Two events conducted last week by McBain school students in support of the American Heart Association were deemed as a major success/ It was Jump Rope…

Rod & Gun Club remains busy

By John Raffel Correspondent Despite any type of weather conditions the Marion Rod & Gun Club has remained busy and active during the winter. Shooting right now takes place on…

Dr. Leong to practice in Reed City

Dr. Leong to practice in Reed City

Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of Elizabeth Leong, DO, to the family medicine team at Reed City Family Practice. Dr. Leong is a board-certified…

Evart Police Log

By John Raffel Correspondent Evart Police Department Weekly Report Feb. 13-19 Feb. 13: Paper Service – Officers served a personal protection order to a resident. Feb. 13: Breaking and Entering –…

Adopt-A-Pet

Adopt-A-Pet

Hi! My name is Weasel….as in I’ll weasel my way in to your heart! I’m a neutered male, and about 3 years old. I’m quite the poser too! I have…

Brimmer calls Governor Snyder proposals positive

Brimmer calls  Governor Snyder  proposals positive

By John Raffel Correspondent McBain Schools superintendent Steve Brimmer has been keeping his eye on results, numbers and proposals, and not necessarily in that order. As superintendent, Brimmer, like others…

BOC hopes to get kitchen grant for Marion COA site

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Board of Commissioners, at its monthly meeting on Tuesday, approved a grant application to the Osceola County Community Foundation for kitchen appliances and…

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