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Schmidt joins Marion staff

Schmidt joins  Marion staff

By John Raffel Ron Schmidt is one of the newest faces as a teacher in the Marion School District. Schmidt started with the district last Nov. 30. He’s teaching industrial…

School Board postponed

By John Raffel Because of the severe winter weather earlier this week, the Marion Board of Education postponed its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday. The meeting was going to be…

Cheer team takes 2nd

Cheer team takes 2nd

By John Raffel The Marion competitive cheer team has started out successfully this season. Varsity coach Danyel Prielipp said her team took second Saturday in competition at Evart. The junior…

Local author’s UK and Ireland travel book wins accolades

Local author’s UK and Ireland travel book wins accolades

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Writer Randy Rassoul presents a tempting challenge. Listening to her a person may drop everything, board a plane and succumb to adventure somewhere in historic England,…

Marion scheduled to work on budget

By John Raffel Marion Village officials are gearing up to work on the upcoming budget. The village board met on Monday night and scheduled a budget workshop for 7 pm.…

McBain starts robotics team

McBain High School is starting a First Robotics Competition Team and currently has 20 members. Rambler Robotics consists of students who will work in mechanical, electrical, coding, and marketing areas.…

Mitch Perry tells NMC students to be tenacious

NMCS Alum Mitch Perry (Class of 2014) Northern Michigan Christrian while on break from the Naval Academy. Mitch offered a message to high school students during chapel, encouraging them to…

Reed City man accused of selling pot to students

A Reed City man accused of growing and selling marijuana to high school students has been arrested. After a three-month-long investigation, the Traverse Narcotics Team searched a home in Reed…

Gas leak closes businesses in Clare

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A gas main that was breached during renovation to the old Clare Ford Dealership on the south city limits of Clare Monday led to the evacuation…

Athletic boosters seek new members

By John Raffel Any volunteer organization thrives on getting more people and the Marion Athletic Boosters are no exception. But it’s a group that remains busy and effective. President Frank…