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Faces In The Crowd: Sandy Wiltzer

Faces In The Crowd: Sandy Wiltzer

By Aaron Michell Correspondent Sandy Wiltzer paints things. Windows, chairs, walls, rocks, bottles, wood, canvas, you name it – if the paint sticks, there’s a good chance she’ll be able…

School plays host to veterans

School plays host to veterans

The Veteran’s Day Ceremony that is a tradition at Marion Schools was on full display Monday. New Marion Superintendent Chris Arrington said, “it is something new and very heartwarming for…

‘The Road to Marion Town’ is here at last

‘The Road to Marion Town’ is here at last

By Julie Traynor Correspondent   All aboard! The Road to Marion Town has arrived! Marion native Jim Lithen’s long anticipated history of the beginnings and early settlement of Marion Township and the…

Missaukee spends less on health care

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Finance committee received some good news during its meeting last week when administrator Precia Garland gave the PA 152 Healthcare spending report for…

Ghosts on Main: Game Bros. Meats

Ghosts on Main: Game Bros. Meats

By Julie Traynor Correspondent   Tis the season when appetites turn to turkey…or ham or roast beef or maybe lamb or veal, which ever your preference for holiday dining. Back…

Why Aren’t You Shopping Locally?

I don’t care what they might trumpet in Washington D.C. or California, our economy here hasn’t gotten much better in the last few years. Here we work hard in and…

Veteran’s Day

Veteran’s Day

Before we know it, we will be enjoying Thanksgiving dinner. A relatively early Turkey Day gives us all the illusion of having more time until Christmas than we truly do.…

What’s Cooking?

Well, where has this year gone?  It is now time for the Thanksgiving Holiday and all those great foods that go with this thankful day…We here have so much to be…

Marion Drivers Ask For Wage Increase

Marion Drivers Ask For Wage Increase

Dear Editor: The Marion bus drivers started asking in June 2017 for a wage increase and health insurance, to this day they still have not had a counter offer back.…

Committee reviews court recording equipment request

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee Board of Commissioners’ Finance committee reviewed a request at last week’s meeting from administrator Patricia Garland to buy new court recording software and equipment.…

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