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Nonprofit Gives Cars To Families In Need For The Holidays

Nonprofit Gives Cars To Families In Need For The Holidays

Three Michigan families were given the gift of transportation this holiday season. According to Detroit Free Press, the nonprofit organization Vehicles for Change gifted three vehicles on Wednesday, December 26…

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Halladay chosen as new Osceola sheriff

By John Raffel Correspondent A committee organized for finding a replacement for retiring sheriff Jim Crawford has named undersheriff Justin Halladay to the position. A release issued by county clerk…

Badovinac set to prosecute attempted murder suspect

By John Raffel Correspondent Prosecuting attorney Anthony Badovinac is getting ready for a busy 2019. The trial is tentatively set for the end of January, Badovinac said, of the man…

Crawford ends 18 years as sheriff

By John Raffel Correspondent Osceola County sheriff Jim Crawford ends 18 years in his current position when he officially retires at midnight on Jan. 1, 2019. Crawford has been in…

Osceola child is state’s first flu death

By John Raffel Correspondent State health officials confirmed Friday details of the first influenza-associated pediatric death of the 2018-2019 flu season, several statewide media outlets reported, including the Detroit Free…

Faces In the Crowd: Faces of 2018

Faces In the Crowd: Faces of  2018

By Aaron Michell Correspondent As we wrap up our first full year of Faces in the Crowd, we want to thank all of our readers – and all of our…

That Winter on the Clam – Part Two

That Winter on the Clam – Part Two

by Fern Berry Old Tucker had an absolute mania for collecting scrap iron. He would hoard it and handle it as a miser might fondle his gold. Now Dick, George’s…

Life’s Lessons Summed Up In 200 Words

The following is taken from an article in the Wall Street Journal that quotes Supreme Court Justice John Roberts in an address he gave to a 9th grade commencement class…

Peace From The Pines

Peace From The Pines

In this weeks Press you will find the second part of “That Winter on the Clam”, written in 1929 by Fern Berry. I found this story several years ago during…

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