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Brimmer calls Governor Snyder proposals positive

Brimmer calls  Governor Snyder  proposals positive

By John Raffel Correspondent McBain Schools superintendent Steve Brimmer has been keeping his eye on results, numbers and proposals, and not necessarily in that order. As superintendent, Brimmer, like others…

BOC hopes to get kitchen grant for Marion COA site

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Board of Commissioners, at its monthly meeting on Tuesday, approved a grant application to the Osceola County Community Foundation for kitchen appliances and…

Area clerks plan for recount

By John Raffel Correspondent Area county clerks were waiting as of Thursday morning on a possible recount taking place on the presidential election on Nov. 8. Jessica Nielsen, Missaukee County…

BOC approves $23mil budget

By John Raffel Correspondent The 2017 Osceola County budget is now final. The Osceola County Board of Commissioners made it official on Tuesday by passing a $23 million budget. County…

Missaukee hopes to develop capital plan

By John Raffel Correspondent Missaukee County administrator Precia Garland said the finance committee schedule for this week will be the center focus in developing a capital improvement plan. “It’s something…

Snyder to participate in Evart round table discussion

Snyder to participate in Evart round table discussion

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent A round table discussion in Evart that includes Gov. Rick Snyder is set for April 21 and will center on the topic of advancing the quality of life…

Osceola BOC raises pay for several employees

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Osceola County’s main courthouse and annex buildings will close Dec. 11 from noon to 2 p.m. while county employees partake in an annual holiday luncheon. Commissioner Jill Halladay has been…

MP still investigating clerk, special prosecutor appointed

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrosaitis confirmed she is the special prosecutor in a case involving former Missaukee County Clerk/Register of Deeds/County Administrator Carolyn Flore who has…

Marion board chooses to lease bus

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Marion school officials, and their counterparts across the state, have Oct. 7 marked as an important day. Students that show up for school on that date will be…

Commissioners ask Spectrum to reconsider AeroMed move

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Osceola County Commissioners on Tuesday threw support behind a regional crusade to persuade Spectrum Health to reconsider moving an AeroMed medical helicopter away from Big Rapids to Traverse…

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