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200 pounds of meds needles disposed of

More than 200 pounds of needles and medication have been safely disposed of, after Spectrum Health hosted two local safe disposal events. Medication and needle take back events were held…

Marion teacher awaiting math results

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion math students have been engaged in the Math Counts Competition series, a middle school coaching and competitive mathematics program designed to encourage math achievement through…

National Technical Honor Society Inductees

Agriscience and Natural Resources: Molly Mackey (Cadillac), Mason Powell (Pine River), Olivia Woods (Pine River) Applied Construction Technology: Jonathon Jenema (NMC) Automotive Technology: Amanda Aldrich (Lake City) Business Management Administration:…

Naked man on drugs accosts drivers

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A naked and disorderly 32-year-old Mt. Pleasant man was apprehended by Isabella County Deputies last Thursday after he attempted to enter at least two vehicles near…

Rod & Gun Club busy

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Rod & Gun Club has a busy upcoming schedule. President Tom Jared said the club is planning on a double barrel shoot in July.…

Marion “going green” with new lunch trays

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s a new time for Marion Public Schools. That’s the word from superintendent Mort Meier. “We’ve decided we’re going to go green, like good for the…

Cougar caught on camera

Cougar caught on camera

The photo of this cougar was taken in the area on Tuesday, February 23, 2016. There have been other sightings of cougars in Mid-Michigan over the past few years. Please…

Marion PTO finishes plans for Penny Wars

By John Raffel Correspondent Kendal Kiger of the Marion Parents Teacher Organization reports that the PTO has a heavy schedule set for upcoming weeks. The PTO had a meeting on…

Plans in works for Old-Fashion Days

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Chamber of Commerce is making plans for Old Fashion Days the first weekend in August, Anndrea McCrimmon, president of the chamber, said the event,…

No permanent bridge in foreseeable future

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s a waiting game on a potentially permanent bridge for Highland Township. Township clerk Kathy Barnhart noted the temporary bridge installed on 70th Avenue between 20…