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It’s homecoming at Marion

It’s homecoming at Marion

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s homecoming week at Marion High School. Homecoming representatives are: Chloe Philo (9th), William Bennett (9th), Gaven Romatz (10th) Konner Lane (11th) and Tashawa Switalski (11th)…

Fair Board former member sentenced to 90 days in jail

Fair Board former member sentenced to 90 days in jail

< strong>By John Raffel Correspondent A former Marion Fair Board member charged with embezzlement, has received jail time. Rebecca Jeanne Johnson, 43, of Marion, received a one-year delay of sentence…

Last of 3-county B&E ring sentenced

By John Raffel Correspondent Joshua Hoffman, the last of the four individuals, charged in the series of breaking and enterings in Osceola has been sentenced. Prosecuting attorney Tony Badovinac said…

Dean Foods cleaning up property blight

Dean Foods cleaning up property blight

By John Raffel Correspondent City of Evart officials have confirmed that Dean Foods dairy facility staff members have been in Evart working to clean up and maintain the facility. City…

County terminates medical examiner

County terminates medical examiner

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Board of Commissioners dealt with the current medical examiner contract at its meeting on Tuesday. The commissioners approved terminating the current contract on…

Concert a success, next up Fall Fest

Concert a success, next up Fall Fest

By John Raffel Correspondent The popular summer concert series has ended in Evart for 2017, but Development Downtown Authority director Al Weinberg says plenty is still taking place. “It was…

Piano player to visit Missaukee library

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Library has plenty coming up in upcoming days. “We changed all of our children times to Fridays at 10 (a.m.),” director Laura Marion.…

McBain pleased with above average test scores

McBain pleased with above average test scores

By John Raffel Correspondent The McBain Board of Education discussed M-step state assessment scores at its monthly meeting last week. High school principal Joel Bronkema reported that test scores in…

Missaukee approves union contracts

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners approved the proposed collective bargaining contracts for POLC, POLC Supervisory, AFSCME Supervisory, and AFSCME Non-Supervisory, as presented at its meeting…

Auditor gives clean bill of health to MBE

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Board of Education met with its auditor on last week at its monthly board meeting. The auditor (Mike Cool) went over the central audit…

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