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Ben & Jerry’s Launches New Line of Light Ice Cream

Ben & Jerry’s Launches New Line of Light Ice Cream

Ice cream is an extremely popular dessert all across the United States, but eating it might come at a dietary cost. Until now, that is! You’ve probably heard of the…

Michigan Drunk Driving Laws Rank Among the Worst According to a MADD Report

Michigan Drunk Driving Laws Rank Among the Worst According to a MADD Report

The 2018 Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving Report has been released to the nation by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). The report looks at every state’s current drunk driving laws…

Winter thaw, rain cause flooding, road closures

Winter thaw, rain cause flooding, road closures

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Heavy rains and unseasonably warm temperatures Tuesday caused widespread flooding that closed several Osceola County roads including one near Marion on the Clare County line. According…

Record numbers attend Snowfest in Marion

Record numbers attend Snowfest in Marion

By Steve Landon Correspondent Ten years ago a bunch of area snowmobile enthusisasts got together and returned snowmobile racing to the Marion fairgrounds for the first time since December 31,…

Missaukee COA offers free transportation

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners, at its meeting last week, received an update from Tim Smith of Smith & Johnson PC on the current opioid…

Evart Police Log

Weekly Report Feb. 12-18, 2018 Feb. 13: Suspicious – Officers took a complaint of harassing text messages. Officer advised the complainant of steps to take to block the messages. Feb.…

Missaukee approves senior millage ballot language

By John Raffel Correspondent LAKE CITY — It continues to be a busy time of year for Natalie Davis, director of the Missaukee County Commission on Aging, and her staff.…

Board recognizes retiring teacher

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — The Marion Board of Education acknowledged the retirement of a teacher, Kurt Gillespie, at its school board meeting last week. “He’s a long-time teacher…

1922 ice storm remembered

By Julie Traynor Correspondent If you think the ice we’ve been coping with is bothersome we assure you that it is nothing compared with the ice storm that coated the…

BOC approves medical examiner insurance

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Board of Commissioners voted at its meeting on Tuesday to accept the current liability insurance coverage for medical examiner, Dr Paul Wagner, at…

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