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Governor Cuts Discussed at Missaukee BOC

By John Raffel Correspondent LAKE CITY — Missaukee County administrator Precia Garland updated the county board at its meet on the recent passing of the State of Michigan fiscal year…

Marion Man Dies When Taser Causes Him to Fall On Knife

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — A 29-year-old Marion man died from a stabbing during an incident on Friday evening, which is being investigated by the Michigan State Police. Published…

Downstate Man Rolls ORV, Pinned Underneath and Dies

By John Raffel Correspondent CEDAR TOWNSHIP — The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office was contacted on Saturday night to check on a 62-year old downstate man who had left his home…

McBain Student Enrollment Up Substantially, Marion Down Slightly

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — October is a very important counting month for school districts. On Oct. 2 and also on February, enrollment count days determine the amount of…

Faces in the Crowd: Maelynn Watrous

Faces in the Crowd: Maelynn Watrous

When Maelynn Watrous found out she was pregnant in 2016, she screamed with excitement. Her husband, Ryan, figured she’d seen a mouse. And in February of 2017, Maelynn and Ryan…

Nehmer Likes the Progress Commissioners are Making

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — Marion’s Jack Nehmer has been busy in his role as chairman of the Osceola County Board of Commissioners. But Nehmer likes the progress the…

Commissioners Award EMS Ambulance Remout Bid

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — The Osceola County Board of Commissioners, at its Wednesday meeting, voted to award the EMS Ambulance Remount bid to Emergency Vehicles Plus in the…

Snowmobiles Take Center Stage at Swap Meet

Looks like Kryptonite finally got to the man of steel, at least he died peacefully on his vintage Scorpion snowmobile. These guys carried a sign looking for Arctic Cat Mini…

2019 Breast Cancer Statistics Men & Women Should Know

By Molly Longman Chances are, you know someone who’s been diagnosed with breast cancer. About one in eight women in the U.S. will develop the invasive disease during their lives.…

Sherry Shares Her Own Breast Cancer Journey

Sherry continues to work two jobs while continuing her cancer treatments. She is shown here at the Clare County Review. She is also a part-time support staff office manager at…