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Manhunt continues for bank robber

Manhunt continues for bank robber

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola County Undersheriff Justin Halladay said the investigation is continuing in finding the suspect who robbed the Lake-Osceola State Bank on Friday, June 29, in Tustin.…

Evart woman gets probation for cemetery assault

Evart woman gets probation for  cemetery assault

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Christie Rebecca Austin, 44, of Evart has been sentenced for her part in the assault of Kollin Love, 23 of Harrison on June17, 2017. She and…

Pollington expansion expected to add 30 employees

Pollington expansion expected to add 30 employees

A welcome addition. Pollington Machine Tool is adding close to 20,000 square feet of manufacturing space, hoping to fill it with equipment and an additional 30 employees within the next…

Conservationists educate 20th Century Club on invasive species

Conservationists educate 20th Century Club on invasive species

The 20th Century Club recently hosted the Michigan Association of Conservation Districts for a presentation on Invasive Species. Program Coordinator Vickie Sawicki, along with Jenna Johnson, met with club members in…

Evart Police News

By John Raffel Correspondent Evart Police Department Weekly Report July 2: Suspicious Situation – Officers were dispatched to investigate a suspicious subject. Contact was made with the individual and it was determined…

Lavern M. “Red” Frayer Jr.

Lavern M. “Red” Frayer Jr.

Lavern M. “Red” Frayer Jr, age 81, a longtime resident of Marion passed away peacefully at his home on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. He was born on October 28, 1936…

Truck driver claims to have seen wolf on M-66

Truck driver claims to have seen wolf on M-66

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Ross Birchman, a recycling company truck driver, contacted the Review this week with a possible wolf sighting. He said, “July 2nd around 7:25 a.m. I was…

Marion receives favorable school bus inspection report

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — The Marion Board of Education met on Tuesday for its reorganizational meeting. Greg Mikulich is currently serving as interim superintendent. Mikulich took over when…

BOC takes action on security measures

By John Raffel Correspondent REED CITY — The Osceola County Board of Commissioners’ Health Safety and Grounds Committee met earlier this month and took action on several items. Two of…

Faces In the Crowd: Mark Johnson

Faces In the Crowd: Mark Johnson

By Aaron Michell Correspondent Mark Johnson got his start with the Marion Press. Johnson, an ’09 Marion grad, and current news reporter for the Traverse City Record-Eagle, started his writing…

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