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Faces in the Crowd – Dale Orvis

Faces in the Crowd – Dale Orvis

by Aaron Michell Correspondent A little over five years ago, Dale Orvis was fired from the Highland Company after getting into a drunken motorcycle accident. Not only did the accident…

McLean, Nelson, Pollington lead McBain scholars

McLean, Nelson, Pollington lead McBain scholars

By John Raffel Correspondent McBain High School has announced its 2018 senior scholars and has submitted the following information: Nicole Ford maintained a 3.94 GPA during her high school career…

Marion school board may discuss superintendent, secretary pensions

By John Raffel Correspondent The next monthly meeting of the Marion School Board has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 24, at the elementary library. It was rescheduled…

Rollover accident closes M-115

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola County undersheriff Justin Halladay reports that on Wednesday, May 16, at 1:38 am, deputies from his office were dispatched to a one-vehicle rollover accident on…

Ghosts of Main Street: Memory’s Convoy

Ghosts of Main Street: Memory’s Convoy

By Julie Traynor This week’s ghosts came along when I wasn’t looking, which is what ghosts do in the traditional sense I suppose. While I was looking at one thing,…

Martin honored by Missaukee County

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners honored the retirement of county employee Andrea Martin at its monthly meeting last week. A proclamation passed by the board…

Bowman to perform at library

By John Raffel Correspondent Shelley Scott of the Marion Public Library has announced an award-winning hammered dulcimer music show is set for 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 24, at the…

Before Trump there was Rodman

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor Long before the budding bro-mance between President Donald Trump and Little Rocket Man, Kim Jong Un became to be, there was flaky Dennis Rodman, who unbeknownst, and…

Postcard from the Pines – Tick Tock

Postcard from the Pines – Tick Tock

by Julie Traynor The mushroom season is off to a fair, however late, start this year. Considering the relative lack of moisture and warm nights, it is amazing they are…

What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

by Carol Cope With Weddings, Graduations, First Holy Communions and just plain family gatherings, the following recipes will be really great for any of these.  Try them and enjoy as we…

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