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Community Events February 15, 2019

Marion Museum Rodger Pritchard will speak at the Marion Museum about the Marion Dam Project. Everyone is welcome. Refreshments served. Thursday, February 28th starting at at 1:00 pm. SNOWBIRD PICNIC…

Missaukee reviews humane society agreement

By John Raffel Correspondent LAKE CITY — Missaukee County administrator Patricia Garland presented a proposed service agreement with the Missaukee Humane Society at last week’s finance committee meeting. Garland said…

Missaukee housing okays two applicants

By John Raffel Correspondent LAKE CITY — The Missaukee County Housing Committee met recently, county administrator Precia Garland said, and reviewed and approved two applications to seek bids. “One application…

Lady Eagles score win against Walkerville

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Marion had its chance to play the role of spoilers in the girls basketball West Michigan ‘D’ Conference race Monday night. The Lady Eagles weren’t…

Ramblers keep rolling, still atop Highland

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer A bigger challenge awaits, but the McBain boys basketball team took care of the business at hand Monday night. The Ramblers, playing a Highland Conference…

Lady Ramblers double up on Pine River

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer The McBain girls basketball team took an early lead and put things in cruise control after that Monday night, as the Lady Ramblers took care…

Comets come up short against Lake City

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Wins in the Highland Conference have been hard to come by for the McBain Northern Michigan Christian boys basketball team this season. That trend unfortunately…

Faces in the Crowd: Daryl Bode

Faces in the Crowd: Daryl Bode

By Aaron Michell Correspondent Daryl Bode would like to see people shop local. Literally. As the meat lead and a member of Valu Land’s meat department for the last ten…

Schools facing challenges with weather-forced days off

Schools facing challenges with weather-forced days off

By John Raffel Correspondent It continues to be a challenge for school districts this week with icy roads making it difficult to have school, a week after classes were called…

Nasty weather is major challenge for Road Commission as well

Nasty weather is major challenge for Road Commission as well

By John Raffel Correspondent The winter storm and frigid cold weather last week, combined with more icy conditions this week, presented a major challenge to the Osceola County Road commission…