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Winter Preperation Is Mind Over Matter For This Writer

I feel it in my bones. The days are getting shorter and colder. Reports of snow in northern Michigan occur daily. Instead of wearing short sleeves and shorts, I now…

Sears Today, Gone Tomorrow

Sears Today, Gone Tomorrow

Another huge name in American retail is in danger of disappearing. The bankruptcy filing by Sears and the closing of more Sears and K-mart stores bodes ill for the future.…

What’s Cooking?

Seeing that we have lost our summer like weather and the chill of Fall has arrived, I will do a couple of recipes that will be great….This delicious soup will…

Finding Light In Dark Places

The two letters on my desk are filled with encouragement, good news and evidence of a bright outlook, but they have come from a dark place, a Florida prison. I’m…

Doris Marie Hammond

Doris Marie Hammond

Doris Marie Hammond, of Gladwin, formerly of Harrison, passed away on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at The Brook Of Gladwin Retirement Community. She was 90. Doris was born on January…

Lady Eagles runners-up at tourney

Lady Eagles runners-up at tourney

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Marion volleyball team continued to make some noise in the West Michigan D Conference this season. On Saturday, the Lady Eagles battled it out…

Ackney, Hall lead Eagles to big homecoming win

By Aaron Michell Correspondent What a way to celebrate homecoming. On what was a chilly Friday night, the boys from Marion lit up the scoreboard early and often, running all…

McBain runners dominate league meets

McBain runners dominate league meets

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer There should be no doubt left in anyone’s mind who the best cross country team is in the Highland Conference. McBain swept both sides of…

School enrollment down slightly at Marion, McBain

By John Raffel Correspondent Recent fall enrollment counts for area school districts appear to have been down from the previous year. But the respective school superintendents indicate there were no…

Four charter amendments on Evart ballot

By John Raffel Correspondent City of Evart voters will have four proposals to act upon on Nov. 8 during the general election. Three of the proposals are charter amendments. The…

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