Home » Archives by category » News » Top Stories

School employees, volunteers honored at banquet

School employees, volunteers honored at banquet

The annual Outstanding Persons in Education Banquet was held on April 18, 2019. This was the 43rd year. It was held at the beautiful Caberfae Peaks Ski Resort This event…

$246k road project to begin on 15 mile

$246k road project to begin on 15 mile

By John Raffel Correspondent Luke D. Houlton. of the Osceola County Road Commission, has announced work is expected to begin on 15 Mile Road between Birch Run Drive and Penesal…

County man dies in accidental shooting

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Sheriff’s Department has reported a fatality in Lincoln Township last week during a target practice. The sheriff’s department reported a man was shot…

Three sentenced for string of robberies

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Gregory Todd Siegel of Harrison, also known as Gregory Todd lafrate, will serve seven to 40 years in prison for his part in a string of…

Marion’s first year robotics team sparks interest

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — It was a strong rookie season for the Marion robotics team, which had its first competition of the season at Lakeview High School near…

Evart Police Log

By John Raffel Correspondent Evart Police Departments April 15-21 April 15: Officers were dispatched to a fraud complaint. The complainant was interviewed and the complaint remains open at this time.…

County parks prepare to open

By John Raffel Correspondent The 2019 Osceola County parks season will go from May 10 through Sept. 29. Early and late season discounts are available, and individuals can see the…

Marion Honor Roll

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion School District has announced the Marion Junior-Senior High Third Quarter Honor Roll: 4.0 GPA 6th Grade: Cody Barron, LeeLyn Collige, Gabriella Dennis, Zackary Fisher,…

Marion hits 20th snow day, hopes for legislative reprieve

Marion hits 20th snow day, hopes for legislative reprieve

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — Sunday’s mid-April snowstorm resulted in another snow day for Marion schools, making it 20 so far. Superintendent Chris Arrington said. He indicated the worst…

Road Commission lifts weight restrictions, begins road work

Road Commission lifts weight restrictions, begins road work

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — Luke D. Houlton, manager of the Osceola County Road Commission, has announced seasonal weight and speed restrictions will be lifted from all Osceola County…

Page 1 of 177123Next ›Last »