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CMCMH opposes Governor’s proposed funding shift

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Boards of Commissions for Osceola and Clare counties are expected to review changes to Medicaid funding for behavioral health and developmental disabilities services as proposed in…

McBain looking to fill two vacancies on council

By John Raffel Correspondent The City of McBain is looking to fill two vacancies, including one on the city council. There’s also a vacancy on the planning commission. City residents…

Marion plows handle snowfall

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion Village officials are expecting a light agenda at next week’s monthly meeting. Monday’s meeting starts at 7 p.m. Clerk Marsha Turner said board members will…

Penny War planned

By John Raffel Correspondent These are very busy times for the Marion Parent-Teacher Organization. Kendal Kiger, who is secretary/vice president of the PTO, said the group is in the planning…

Marion Honor Roll

By John Raffel Correspondent The following Marion Junior and Senior school students were on the Honor Roll for Quarter 2 and/or Semester 1: SENIORS Kelly Booms, Samantha England, Carmen Gage,…

Nehmer reflects on current issues

By John Raffel Correspondents Jack Nehmer, of Marion, represents Highland, Marion and one-third of Sherman Townships in his role as District 3 commissioner for Osceola County. He’s well into his…

NMC Honor Roll

Northern Michigan Christian School Middle School Honor Roll (2nd Quarter) 6th Grade Megan Bennett Troy Christmas Ethan Clark Lauren Closson Karly Crowe Emma Hubbard Ryleigh Langton Jonas Lanser Betsy Lewis…

Students honored at SOAR

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion Elementary School earlier this month conducted its SOAR Assembly for the second marking period. The following students were recognized for perfect attendance during the marking…

Students celebrate reading

By John Raffel Correspondent Marion Elementary School students are celebrating Reading Month. Staff member Joanie Whittaker said the school is having a Drop Everything and Read (DEAR) at various moments…

Two named directors

George Heartwell, Mayor of Grand Rapids (retired), and Melora Thuenick, Executive Secretary, Local Development Financial Authority for the City of Evart, have accepted seats on the Board of Directors of…