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Honoring the Founders

Honoring the Founders

Well, once again I am amazed at the swiftness with which the summer passes. How is it that the four seasons, equally divided into roughly 90 days each, can seem…

Former Marion Resident Seeks Harvey Relief

Former Marion Resident Seeks Harvey Relief

Dear Editor: To the Marion residents:  If you were wondering how to help someone affected by Hurricane Harvey please continue to read this article.  Hurricane Harvey affected many people in…

Have A Great Rest of Your Life

I’ve never met Evelyn, but became acquainted with her through a letter she wrote expressing appreciation of my radio program for the help it provided during the loss of her…

What’s Cooking?

Well, with school back in session and children coming home hungry, here is a recipe for a great snack that they will enjoy.  Along with the snack and sports in full swing, here are…

Eagles score 62 in first half, crush Crossroads, 76-0

Eagles score 62 in first half, crush Crossroads, 76-0

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer In week one of the high school 8-man football season, the Marion offense was caged up in a 30-6 loss to Onekama. The Eagles broke…

Evart junior off to fast start

Evart junior off to fast start

By John Raffel Correspondent Evart junior running back Kyle Stokes has emerged as among the area’s top offensive threats after two weeks of the season. In last Thursday’s 42-30 football…

Comets fall to G’s, defeat PR

By Aaron Michell Correspondent The Flying G’s of Gladwin scored early and often as they outkicked NMC by a score of 6-1 in Northern Michigan Soccer League play on Thursday.…

Anglers making fall transition

Anglers making fall transition

By John Raffel Correspondent Fishermen are starting to make the transition from summer to fall. The DNR reports Chinook and coho salmon are both staging at the mouth of the…

Some Michigan Schools Relax Stance On Early Start Dates, But Not Everyone’s On Board

Some Michigan Schools Relax Stance On Early Start Dates, But Not Everyone’s On Board

For the past 11 years, most Michigan schools have started after Labor Day. But that’s finally changing this year. This year, 123 different school districts across the state have now…