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Man holds police at bay for nine hours in Clare

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 43-year-old Clare man is behind bars after holding police at bay for over nine hours Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Donald Anzalone was arraigned by…

Three children hospitalized with “superbug” in Farwell

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Three cases of MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) nearby have a Farwell grandfather very concerned. Michael Methner of Farwell said his six-year-old granddaughter is fighting a serious…

Golfers contribute $2500

The Mercy Hospital Cadillac Foundation recently received a $2,500 gift from Lakewood on the Green Golf Course of Cadillac. The funds were raised through the first annual Birdies to Beat…

2nd Annual Senior Northern Camper Picnic taking place on August 12th

On Tuesday, August 12 from noon – 2 p.m. Missaukee County senior citizens will get a true outdoor treat! The Northern Camper magazine along with Autumnwood of McBain, Belle Oakes…

Community Events 8-8-14

JUNGLE SAFARI VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL  Community Vacation Bible School for 2014 will be “Jungle Safari”  where kids explore the nature of God.  It will be held at the Marion United…

42 Attend Hyzer reunion

The thirty-ninth annual reunion was held July 26, 2014 at the home of Roger and Beverly Hyzer of Lowell, Michigan.  There were 38 family members with four guests attending.  A…

Marion Library adds books

ADULT FICTION Elizabeth Adler – Last to Know Christopher Bohjalian – Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands C.J. Box – Shots Fired Linda Byler – Running Around (and Such) Tom Clancy…

Mirrors make McBain woman’s garden bigger

By Sylvia Stevens Correspondent Alma Minzey- Wyckoff has a unique little garden at her home in McBain . Her collection of perennials and annuals are flanked by large glass mirrors…

Spectrum Health doctors earn BCBS designations

Forty-nine Spectrum Health practices, including Evart Family Practice, Reed City Family Practice and Tustin Family Practice have been designated patient-centered medical homes for 2014 by Blue Cross Blue Shield of…

August 5th ballot targets better roads

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Registered voters in seven Osceola County townships have an opportunity to determine future road conditions in their respective areas by voting at the Aug. 5 primary…