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Old Fashioned Days are nearly upon us

Old Fashioned Days are nearly upon us

By Aaron Michell Correspondent Marion’s Old Fashioned Days celebration is just around the corner! Beginning Friday, August 2nd, and running through Sunday, August 4th, 2019’s celebration is loaded with fun…

Home invader chases woman around house

Home invader chases woman around house

On July 17, 2019 the Michigan State Police (MSP) were dispatched to a house in Middle Branch Township, Osceola County for an assault in progress. A trooper arrived on scene…

Trees fall on Marion buildings

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion sustained some damage from the weekend storms. “We had some power lines down and some trees down,” Marion fire chief David Turner said. “We had…

Faces In the Crowd: Robert Schumacher

Faces In the Crowd: Robert Schumacher

By Aaron Michell Correspondent For the last year, anyone frequenting the Marion Shell has probably seen Robert Schumacher. As one of the key team members at the “Hub” of Marion,…

Ghosts of Main Street: It’s All About Coming Home

Ghosts of Main Street: It’s All About Coming Home

By Julie Traynor Correspondent It is August already, the eighth month of the year. We’re half way through summer and on the road to autumn. For some, this month signals…

Trial date set for chainsaw assault

Trial date set for chainsaw assault

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Robert Joseph Presley, Jr., 47 of Clinton Township is facing up to ten years in prison as a felon in possession of firearms (habitual 3rd offender).…

Promising future for Osceola county says Elkins

By John Raffel Correspondent EVART — Osceola County commissioners celebrated the county’s 150th anniversary in the county courthouse last week and commissioner Roger Elkins of Evart portrayed Delos A. Blodgett,…

All Eagle reunion set for Old Fashion Days Saturday

Alumni Eagles will be flocking to the Marion High School cafeteria for the 30th Annual All School Alumni Reunion on Old Fashioned Saturday, August 3, 2019. The returning Eagles will be welcomed when the…

Road washouts, downed trees keep commission busy

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — Thunderstorms over the weekend resulted in a challenge for residents of Marion, Evart and all of Osceola County. It made for a busy first…

Living In a Dog’s World Isn’t All Bad

Instead of controlling my pets, they control me. I live in a dog’s world and I really don’t seem to mind it. My day starts at 4 a.m., when my…

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