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Osceola voters to decide on proposals

By John Raffel Correspondent Various proposals will be on the ballot for local voters during the Aug. 7 primary election. Marion schools has a proposal to allow the district to…

MCD seeks millage renewal on Aug. 7

By John Raffel Correspondent Missaukee County Conservation officials have pointed out how much the district has grown in the most recent four years following the support of the 2014 millage.…

Harrison principal named new McBain High School principal

Harrison principal named new  McBain High School principal

By John Raffel Correspondent The McBain Board of Education voted at its regular meeting earlier this month to hire Ryan Biller as senior high principal. Biller replaces Joel Bronkema who…

Faces In The Crowd: Don Gillmore

Faces In The Crowd: Don Gillmore

By Aaron Michell Correspondent Around 1904, a local barber by the name of Benjamin “BJ” Gilmore was elected Marion Village Council President. Some fifty years later – in the 1950s…

Woman, 7 grandchildren homeless after fire

Woman, 7 grandchildren homeless after fire

A woman and her seven grandchildren are without a place to call home after a fire in Reed City. Now their home is unsafe to live in. The seven grand…

Marathon opens in Marion

Aaron Michell was fortunate to be the very first customer at the new Marathon station in Marion. Always good to see new business in town! Check them out! Please follow…

Missaukee honors retiring Moore

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners at its regular meeting earlier this month, passed a resolution honoring county resident Raymond Moore, who has decided to retire…

Missaukee seeks $150K for 9-1-1

By John Raffel Correspondent MCBAIN — The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners had a public hearing earlier this month, at its regular meeting, for 9-1-1 telephone and 800 MHz radios.…

BOC writes off $33K in EMS charges

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Board of Commissioners took action at its meeting last week on its EMS department. The commissioners awarded the ambulance bid to Emergency Vehicles…

Middle Branch debates cemetery costs

By John Raffel Correspondent The Middle Branch Township Board during its meeting earlier thus month heard a report on rubbish day from township clerk Peggy Hoard. Hoard indicated the event…

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