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Have a safe Labor Day Weekend!

Have a safe Labor Day Weekend!

We will be closed on Monday, September 3rd in observance of Labor Day. Everyone have a safe weekend! Please follow and like us:…

Storms wreak havoc across area

Storms wreak havoc across area

By Julie Traynor Correspondent No doubt about it, the weather all across northern Michigan has been unusually hot for much of the summer, with few breaks. A minor cool down…

Food truck rolls in to Marion Sept. 8

The Feeding America Mobile Food Truck will be at The Marion VFW Hall, 530 East Main Street, On Saturday September 8, 2018. Registration will begin at 2:00 p.m. with food…

Faces In the Crowd: Kevin and Denise Miller

Faces In the Crowd: Kevin and Denise Miller

By Aaron Michell Correspondent For the last thirty-two years, Kevin and Denise Miller have made their home on Main Street in Marion, Michigan. And their company, Main Street Electric, has…

MPS staff ready for first day of school

MPS staff ready for first day of school

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McBain superintendent stresses technology

By John Raffel Correspondent New McBain superintendent Stephen R. Prissel was on hand to welcome students for the 2018-19 year and is excited as he enters his first year in…

Big weekend for county parks

By John Raffel Correspondent REED CITY — Osceola County parks director Carl Baumgras expects heavy use of county parks this Labor Day weekend as users recognize the unofficial end of…

Tustin campground robbery suspects face charges

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola County prosecuting attorney Tony Badovinac has announced two individuals have been charged with robbery without being armed, which he said is a 15-year felony. He…

McCain’s Farewell Statement Should Be Our Leaders’ Mantra

A great American will be laid to rest this weekend. Sen. John McCain, although I didn’t always agree with him, embodied all the qualities of a true American hero. His…

Peaceful Pines — Tuesday Evening

Peaceful Pines — Tuesday Evening

I write tonight via a menagerie of conveniences and hope for the best when the sun rises. Since the big winds, hail and heavy rains blew through the Pines about 8pm, we have…

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