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Community meeting set

There will be a Community Partners Meeting on January 21st at the Reed City Depot in Reed City from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. The North Country Cooperative Invasive Species…

Heuker records triple double as NMC routs Ellsworth, 68 – 30

Heuker records triple double as NMC routs Ellsworth, 68 – 30

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer It didn’t show any signs of rust after the holiday break. Instead, the McBain Northern Michigan Christian Lady Comets got off to a fast start,…

Comets edge Lake City for league win, 62 – 58

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer The McBain Northern Michigan Christian boys basketball team opened up Highland Conference play in dramatic fashion Tuesday night. The Comets managed to turn that drama…

Lady Ramblers win big

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer McBain started the new year with a win, but it wasn’t without having to shake off a little bit of rust. The Lady Ramblers worked…

Lack of offense dooms the Marion Eagles, 70-18

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer It wasn’t a good start to the new year for the Marion boys basketball team, as the Eagles fell to visiting Manton Tuesday night, 70-18…

McBain Blasts Evart 91-50, team still undefeated

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer McBain scored a whole lot of points in its first basketball game of the new year Tuesday night. In fact, the Ramblers outscored visiting Evart,…

Rodeo returns to Cow Camp

By Sylvia Stevens  The Hughston’s Cow Camp Rodeo will return to McBain tonight through Monday evening Sept. 1, at 8715 S. Green Road, McBain.  The classic rodeo and roping competition…

Marion cancels varsity football

By Ben Murphy Sometimes a step backward is the best way to move forward. That’s what Marion High School is banking on at least, as it announced that the 2014…

Stoner questions survey of Tustin EMS site

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Osceola County Commissioner Tammy Stoner didn’t hold back dissatisfaction at the Aug. 19 board meeting when analysis of property the county may purchase fell short. For…

Pritchard envisions beach, boats for mill pond

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Marion village trustee Roger Pritchard wants to mobilize a coalition of small Michigan communities that have mill ponds and dams the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers…