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McBain kindergarten population swells

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s a new school year, and another unique one, as far as McBain superintendent Steve Brimmer is concerned. “Every new school year is unique and this…

Faces in the Crowd: Emily Crozier

Faces in the Crowd: Emily  Crozier

By Aaron Michell Correspondent Emily Crozier has 34 great-grandkids and counting. Or something like that, because the number keeps growing and it’s becoming harder to keep count. But while the…

Three accused, charged with $100k theft

Three accused, charged with $100k theft

By Pat Maurer An Osceola County investigation has led to charges against three former employees of Vic’s Supermarket in Reed City. Cheryl Wolverton, Shelly Stinson and Corina Johnson are each…

Garland awarded full-time status

Garland awarded full-time status

By John Raffel Correspondent Precia Garland is the Missaukee County administrator. But now, she’s the full-time administrator. The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners voted at last week’s meeting to amend…

Board to hear presentation

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Board of Commissioners will be meeting next week and Roger Elkins, of Evart expects commission activity to remain busy. “Not this first meeting…

Seniors invited to Safety Day

By John Raffel Correspondent Area senior citizens are invited to participate in a free safety day event on Sept. 14 at the Reed City Fire Department, 523 Morse St., Reed…

Evart Police Log

AUGUST 21ST -27TH Aug. 21: Pursuit – Officers attempted to stop a vehicle for an improper plate. The driver fled from the officers and eventually crashed the vehicle. The driver fled from…

Missaukee delays permit fee structure

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Board of Commissioner had a special meeting on Wednesday, and discussed the soil erosion permit fee structure. County clerk Jessica Nielsen said the…

The Bells weather Houston storm

The Bells weather Houston storm

Hey y’all! Love & hugs. Thank you for all the prayers and support. We are still safe. I’ve been on the time clock 24/7 at Kingwood Medical Center in Kingwood…

No complaints from local farmers

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s been up-and-down with the weather this season, and Osceola County Michigan State extension agent Jerry Lindquist figures that things have finally settled down into a…

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