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Penpals meet years later after Marion balloon found

Penpals meet years later after Marion balloon found

By Aaron Michell Correspondent It’s interesting how people meet. When Gloria Goetsch released a balloon during an Old-Fashioned Days’ celebration in 2004, little did she know it was bound to…

Marion woman arrested on meth charges

By John Raffel Correspondent A Marion woman was arraigned earlier this month in Osceola County’s 77th District Court to face charges from a drug investigation that started in May. Osceola…

Suspect sought in break-in

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Sheriff’s office is asking for help in finding a subject police suspect attempted to break into the M-115 Party Store the early morning…

Marion hosts biggest swap meet

Marion hosts biggest swap meet

By Steve Landon Correspondent Having survived another warm, sloppy winter, a summer without substantial rainfall, record autumn warmth and poor fall colors, outdoor enthusiasts have pretty much had it with…

No rollback for Missaukee

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners was informed at its meeting on Oct. 10 there would be no change in the millage rate this year. Equalization…

Evart Police Log

By John Raffel Correspondent Oct. 10: Warrant Arrest – Officers made contact with a subject who had a warrant for their arrest. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was transported to…

McBain enrollment numbers higher than last year

McBain enrollment numbers higher than last year

By John Raffel Correspondent Specifics for October school dates haven’t been quite finalized at McBain but superintendent Steve Brimmer indicated there were reasons for being optimistic. “I don’t have the…

BOC wrestles with budget

By John Raffel Correspondent Work continues on the 2018 Osceola County budget. Commissioner Roger Elkins of Evart said after Tuesday’s board meeting there will be a budget hearing set up…

Marion enrollment at 453

By John Raffel Correspondent The recent Oct. 4 enrollment count for school districts has passed and Marion’s Mort Meier indicated the district is where it anticipated it would be. “We…

BOC borrows for drain project

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Board of Commissioners voted at its Tuesday meeting to borrow $39,500 from the Delinquent Tax Funds to pay for a portion of the…

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