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Marion 2-year-old dies in tragic accident

By John Raffel Correspondent A tragic accident on Memorial Day has claimed the life of a 2-year-old Marion girl, according to reports issued by Missaukee County undersheriff Will Yancer. The…

School Board continues to debate pension issues

By John Raffel Correspondent Discussions continued at the most recent Marion School District Board meeting on May 24 regarding the issue of pension payments and repayments for superintendent Mort Meier…

Bear strolls through downtown Falmouth

Bear strolls through downtown Falmouth

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Evart honors park’s namesake, WW1’s Guyton

Evart honors park’s  namesake, WW1’s Guyton

The city of Evart honored one man’s service this week — 100 years after he became the first American to die on German soil in World War I. Private Joseph…

Ghosts of Main Street

Ghosts of Main Street

By Julie Traynor Correspondent   One of Marion’s happy places each summer is the Frosty Freeze. And it has been since the seasonal ice cream business came to be in…

Weather major concern for farmers

By John Raffel Correspondent The weather has obviously been very inconsistent during the week and that factor can be of some concern to area farmers. That’s the concensus of local…

Couple charged with massive construction theft, meth

Couple charged with massive construction theft, meth

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A tip on Memorial Day led to a search warrants at two Harrison homes on Navajo Trail and Fir Trail where Mt. Pleasant State Police troopers…

Man living in Winterfield Twp, charged with terrorism against hospital

Man living in Winterfield Twp, charged with terrorism against hospital

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Gaylord man, Brian Adcox, 50 was arrested in Winterfield Township Friday afternoon on an outstanding warrant and again on Saturday after he allegedly made threats…

Road Commission plans to spend $2 million on road improvements

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola County Road commission’s engineer-manager Luke Houlton has announced county road projects for the summer. The 2018 project list totals $2,141,700 with $1,593,275 of that from…

Village of Marion investigates purchase of mosquito sprayer

Village of Marion investigates purchase of mosquito sprayer

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion Village Council president Donald Gilmore said the village is looking into a spraying system in the park to combat mosquitoes at the ballfields and campsites.…

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