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Readers seek Help!

Readers seek Help!

          With the Christmas Wish Program, families in need write to us and tell us what kind of help they need. The following letters are only…

Still no decision on Nestle plant

Still no decision on Nestle plant

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola Township officials are waiting for a decision by a visiting 51st Circuit Court judge from Mason County on Nestle Waters North America’s request for a…

Elkins to talk trains with MAHS

Elkins to talk trains with MAHS

By Julie Traynor Correspondent   Roger Elkins, one of Osceola County’s foremost historians and a historical re-enactor, will talk trains with the Marion Area Historical Society at their last meeting…

RC man arraigned for Family Dollar thefts

By John Raffel Correspondent A Reed City man was arraigned earlier this month on more than a dozen charges related to stealing from his place of employment. Adam Ripley, 28,…

McBain sticks to “no weapons” policy

By John Raffel Correspondent A presentation was made to the McBain School Board at its monthly meeting earlier this month regarding the district’s weapons policy. “We had some local citizens…

Two arrested for keeping drug house

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Hayes Township couple are behind bars on charges of maintaining a drug house. November 21st, Ashley Cooper, 28, and Allen Garvin, 29, were arrested when…

Three arrested for marijuana theft

Three arrested for marijuana theft

Michigan State Police arrested three people who they say were involved with an unarmed medical marijuana robbery in Roscommon County. State police says Timothy Breault offered money to buy medical…

Felony charges for student’s bomb threat

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The 14-year-old Farwell student who made a bomb threat against the high school November 13 is now facing felony charges. According to information from the Clare…

MSP drunk driving audit shows high numbers for Osceola

MSP drunk driving audit shows high numbers for Osceola

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The 2016 Michigan State Police annual audit shows the mid-Michigan area having some of the highest numbers of drunk driving incidents based on population in the…

Extension celebrates 100 years at open house

By John Raffel Correspomdent The Osceola County Michigan State University Extension office hosted an open house on Tuesday afternoon to commemorate 100 years of extension services in the county. Office…

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