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BOC approves kitchen equipment for Marion COA building

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola Board of Commissioners, at their monthly meeting on Tuesday, approved the purchase of kitchen equipment for the Marion Commission on Aging facility for $6,590.…

Missaukee board approves 911 surcharge

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution at its monthly meeting last week to assess a 911 surcharge to all county users. The board…

Evart Police Log

March 13 – Officers stopped a vehicle for multiple traffic offenses. During the traffic stop the officer located illegal narcotics in the vehicle. The complaint has been turned over to…

No one injured in transit bus crash

No one injured in transit bus crash

By Pat Maurer Correspondent All four passengers were okay when the Clare County Transit bus they were in sideswiped a truck hauling a trailer Tuesday in Harrison. A release from…

Housing commission approves $7.6k work

By John Raffel Correspondent Missaukee County administrator Precia Garland said the county’s housing commission, at its recent meeting, approved a bid to do some emergency housing work. “They awarded a…

County safety committee continues to gather info

By John Raffel Correspondent An update was provided by commissioner Mark Gregory, chairman of the building and safety committee, on his committee’s progress during Tuesday’s regularly-scheduled commission meeting. “They went…

Four people injured in Missaukee crash

Four people, including two young children, are in the hospital after a car accident in Missaukee County. The accident happened around 7:45 Friday morning on Cadillac Road, near W. Watergate…

Pesticide exam set for Tuesday

By John Raffel Correspondent County Michigan State University Extension agent Jerry Lindquist is reminding area residents an exam and review for the Restricted Use Pesticide License will be 1 p.m.…

Infinity Readers win book battle

By John Raffel Correspondent Battle of the Books is wrapping up at area libraries. McBain library director Diane Eisenga reported that Battle of the Books conducted it’s elimination battle and…

Marion Schools award $1.4 million for construction bids

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Board of Education approved various bond project bids to different companies during its board meeting on Tuesday. The bid award on Tuesday totaled $1,433,000,…

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