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Beautiful Baby contest heats up

By Sherry Landon Have you entered your baby in the 2014 Marion Press Most Beautiful Baby Contest. Each day a few more smiles can be found on our Facebook page,…

DNR solicits cash to finish trail state park

DNR solicits cash to finish trail state park

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Only one month into the 2015 budget, the Osceola County Board of Commissioners received a request to spend $15,000 on helping improve two sites of the…

Beautiful Baby contest gains Steam

Beautiful Babies By Sherry Landon Have you entered your baby in the 2014 Marion Press Most Beautiful Baby Contest. Each day a few more smiles can be found on our…

Couple arrested for meth lab

Couple arrested for meth lab

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Farwell man and woman were arrested on meth charges Tuesday afternoon. The Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team (BAYANET) said they received information that “individuals were…

Museum offers plenty inside

Museum offers plenty inside

Story & Photos By Julie Traynor Correspondent The Marion Area Historical Museum’s Compton Log Cabin may be slumbering under the white of winter, but inside there is plenty to be…

New Hope Shelter aims to help homeless

New Hope Shelter aims to help homeless

Whatever the reason for homelessness, our communities need to respond with compassion and care. Fortunately there are organizations like New Hope Shelter in Cadillac that are here to meet the…

Harrison couple die in murder-suicide

Harrison couple die  in murder-suicide

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Police have determined that the deaths of a husband and wife found in their Hayes Township home last Friday morning were a murder-suicide caused by a…

Kidnapped African cat succumbs to pneumonia

Kidnapped African cat succumbs to pneumonia

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent An otherwise energetic account of nursing her very sick animal ended in shock early Wednesday afternoon as Jody Bazuin learned of the animal’s demise. “What? He’s…

Meier convinced 8-man football is Marion’s future

Meier convinced 8-man football is Marion’s future

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Monica Cox was reelected to fulfill another term as president of the Marion Board of Education Tuesday. The board reelected Greg Salisbury as vice president and…

Two local authors featured at library

By Randy Johnston Area residents have an opportunity to attend an author presentation and book signing featuring two local authors. The event, which takes place Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 7…