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Football victory, royalty crowned, spirit unleashed, make for a super HOMECOMING

Football victory, royalty crowned, spirit  unleashed, make for a super HOMECOMING

By John Raffel Correspondent It was a warm weekend, but still a memorable one for Marion students during their 2017 Homecoming celebration. Christopher Wengert (king) and Carley Williams (queen) reigned…

Evart says “Yes” to medical weed

By John Raffel Corrrespondent The Evart City Council, at a meeting earlier this month, voted in favor of an ordinance to allow marijuana growers, processors, transporters, safety compliance enters and…

Homecoming next week for Evart

By John Raffel Correspondent Evart High School celebrates Homecoming next week with a full slate of activities. Each day will have a special emphasis. It’s class color day on Monday.…

Learn about local food

At their annual meeting on Friday, September 29th, the Osceola-Lake and Mecosta Conservation Districts will be hosting a program on the benefits of locally grown food. The presentation will be…

Commissioner eyes resolution with medical examiner

By John Raffel Correspondent The chairman of the Osceola County Board of Commissioners indicated the county is on its way to reaching a solution with the present situation regarding the…

Power outage caused by vehicle hitting utility pole

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Sheriff’s Department has reported that around 6:54 p.m. on Saturday, sheriff’s deputies responded to a single vehicle accident at the intersection of 12…

Pet employee of the week

Beast is a almost 2 years old Rottweiler and Springer Spaniel mix. He will be 2 years old in November. Beast is trained as my service dog for PTSD, panic…

A look back…

A look back…

By Julie Traynor Correspondent This potato crate lifting hoist was a real laborsaving device for local potato growers when this photo was taken about 1960. Shown here is Highland potato…

DSS, car wash meets wrecking ball

DSS, car wash  meets wrecking ball

By Steve Landon Correspondent If you’ve been in Harrison lately you may have noticed some demolition going on.  On First and Second Street contractors have been demolishing a long extinct car…

Deer hunting tips

October has always been my favorite month for a variety of reasons. It’s got the seasonal change, my birthday, Halloween, and (in Missouri) the first full month of bowhunting season.…

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