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Faces In the Crowd: Ted and Linda Parkhurst

Faces In the Crowd: Ted and Linda Parkhurst

By Aaron Michell Correspondent There’s a little shop on the west end of Main Street in downtown Marion called Artist on Duty. And as the name suggests, that shop is…

Marion Board of Education disciplines two members

 Marion Board of Education president Monica Cox confirmed the hiring of Chris Arrington on Tuesday as the district’s new superintendent. “We’re very excited to have him on board and are…

School Board selects Arrington as new superintendent

School Board selects Arrington as new superintendent

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Board of Education hired Chris Arrington as its new superintendent during Tuesday’s meeting. Interim superintendent Greg Mikulich said Arrington would also be the elementary…

Ghosts of Main Street

Ghosts of Main Street

By Julie Traynor Correspondent There was a time in the not so distant past when there were no empty stores in northern Michigan towns. From the fundamentals of groceries, clothing,…

Missaukee retirement 75% funded

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Finance Committee, at its meeting on Thursday, received a report from administrator Precia Garland on the retirement system summary from MERS. Garland said…

Morin hired by Cadillac

Morin hired by Cadillac

The Cadillac Area Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce the hiring of Kathy Adair Morin as their new Group Sales Manager.   Kathy comes to the CAVB with several years of local and regional…

Reed graduates basic

Reed graduates basic

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Bethany J. Reed graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included…

Bike winner announced

The children that won the bikes from the Marion Gleaners at Old Fashion Days were: Brittony Nowland (Girls bike) and Jayce Kliming  (Boys). Please follow and like us:…

Evart receives $400k grant from MDEQ

By John Raffel Correspondent The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance Division (DWMAD) has announced it’s providing $9.5 million in grants to 18 communities across…

MDEQ evaluating county sites

By John Raffel Correspondent Julie Lowe, Michigan Department of Environmental Quarterly Brownfield coordinator and Tiffany Brown, MDEQ public information officer have announced four vacant sites in Osceola County will be…

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