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Families need help this holiday season

Families need help this holiday season

The following letters are just a few of the dozens we have received. The deadline to submit letters for help is on December 7th. You must include your name, address…

Road to Marion Town signing Tuesday

Road to Marion Town signing Tuesday

By Aaron Michell Correspondent On Tuesday, December 4th, from 4:30 to 6:30 P.M., the Marion Public Library will host local author Jim Lithen for a signing of his recently released…

Missaukee COA searches for director

By John Raffel Correspondent The process continues to find a new director of the Commission on Aging in Missaukee County. Wendy Musselman has been volunteering with the COA and said…

Faces In The Crowd: Jim Belcher

Faces In The Crowd: Jim Belcher

By Aaron Michell Correspondent Jim Belcher makes bows. As owner of Belcher Bows and Old Master Crafters, Jim, along with his partner Georgia Jeffrey, has been making traditional bows and…

McBain prepares for bond proposal

By John Raffel Correspondent The McBain Board of Education voted to accept Wolgast Corp. as construction manager for projects included in the May 2019 bond proposal. “We will work with…

It’s beginning to look like Christmas in downtown Evart

By John Raffel Correspondent The Evart Downtown Development Authority is getting ready for Christmas. “Our first event will be this Saturday with our Christmas Carnival at Crossroads Church and in…

Reid shot, killed by deputies- MSP mum on details

Reid shot, killed by deputies- MSP mum on details

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Three Clare County Deputies have been placed on paid administrative leave while Mt. Pleasant State Police investigate a shooting in Lincoln Township that left a man…

Ghosts of Main Street: The Wangen Block

Ghosts of Main Street: The Wangen Block

By Julie Traynor Correspondent The year’s biggest shopping season is upon us and the folks in Marion, Michigan have Local groceries stocked up on extra candies and other seasonal treats…

Impatience Is My Middle Name

Patience isn’t a virtue I possess. Strangely my father had the patience of Job. My mother, on the other hand had very little, and you can guess by now, who…

And The Cat Fell In the Apple-sass

And The Cat Fell In the Apple-sass

If I thought I’d escape kitchen duty by going AWOL during the first week of deer season, I was certainly wrong. Thanksgiving included, I have more than made up for…

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