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Strunk’s murder conviction expected to be re-examined

Strunk’s murder conviction expected to be re-examined

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola County prosecuting attorney Tony Badovinac continues to settle into his new role which he was appointed to earlier this year and is waiting for various…

Stranger crawls into bed with sleeping Lake City woman

Stranger crawls into bed with sleeping Lake City woman

Deputies say this Scott Tombaugh went into a woman’s home and crawled into bed with her. The undersheriff says the man started touching her. That’s when she woke up and…

All is quiet at schools, students on spring break

All is quiet at schools, students on spring break

By John Raffel Correspondent All is relatively quiet on the school front this week. “We are on break this week,” McBain superintendent Steve Brimmer said. “There are very few people…

DNR stops wrong way driver, discovers him bleeding heavily from chainsaw wound

A chance encounter between a Michigan motorist and a DNR conservation officer may have saved a man’s life. The incident occurred when CO Ben Shively of DNR District 4 observed…

Middle Branch ok’s 2017-18 budget

By John Raffel Correspondent The Middle Branch Township board approved its 2017-18 fiscal year budget at its meeting on Monday. “That was the main thing we needed to do,” township…

M-115 barn fire leaves animals dead

M-115 barn fire leaves animals dead

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A barn fire on Silver Lake Drive in Hill Haven west of Farwell last Friday destroyed a barn and several animals housed inside. Surrey Township Fire…

Restrictions back on county roads

By John Raffel Correspondent Less than three weeks from when seasonal weight and speed restrictions were lifted from all Osceola County Roads, they’re back on again. Luke D. Houlton, road…

60th anniversary

60th anniversary

Don and Marian (Hoekwater) Ouwinga, of Cadillac, will observe 60 years of marriage on April 5, 2017. The occasion will be celebrated with a family dinner at a later date.…

Sad day for columnist

Sad day for columnist

Former Marion Press office manager and columnist Carol Cope writes, yesterday was a very bad day for myself, Lindsy and Cliff as our Great and Loved adopted Border Collie,  Badger, passed. …

Evart seeks ice grant

By John Raffel Correspondent Evart’s city council is seeking a federal Infrastructure Capacity Enhancement (ICE) Grant grant for capital improvement structure work within the city limits. City officials said the…

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