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The man who was buried in two places

The man who was buried in two places

 By Julie Traynor Correspondent When he was a small boy on the farm in central Ohio, Frank and his friends learned a valuable lesson about, farm tools, knives, axes and…

Marion makes playoffs first time since 2008

Marion makes playoffs first time since 2008

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Marion has waited a long time for its football team to get back to the post-season; 2008 to be exact. When the Eagles play Bay…

Color Perfect

Color Perfect

Fall colors in the area continue to peak with beautiful color showing on Bringold road just north of Lake George, the local colors are getting more vibrant each day. Please…

Budget funds may not be available for Osceola safety

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion’s Jack Nehmer is keeping very busy as a member of the Osceola County Board of Commissioners in recent weeks. Nehmer is a member of the…

Osceola man faces sex assault charges

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola County prosecuting attorney Tony Badovinac has confirmed a Hersey man will face charges for allegedly sexually assaulting an underage girl in Osceola County. Badovinac said…

Evart Police Log

Evart Police Department Weekly Report – Oct. 16-22 Oct. 16: Probation Violation – Officers made contact with a subject who had a probation violation warrant. The subject was arrested and transported to…

Evart Promise Plus seeks higher education for all grads

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s called the Evart Promise Plus, and is designed to fulfill dreams for students aspiring to go beyond high school. Bre Grabill is chairperson of the…

Storyteller at Marion Library Nov. 2

Storyteller at Marion Library Nov. 2

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s starting to get much colder outdoors, which is why Marion Library director Shelley Scott is encouraging residents to consider some unique upcoming events at the…

Osceola deficit blamed on inmate loss

Osceola deficit blamed on inmate loss

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola County Commissioner Larry Emig has indicated progress continues to be made with the 2018 county budget. “We’re in a deficit situation,” he said. “Not all,…

Weekend rains cause area flooding

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Similar heavy rain, but less than the torrential rainfall that caused widespread flooding in three neighboring counties last June hit the area earlier this week. This…

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