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Nestle commits $2 million to Muskegon watershed

Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) has committed to investing an additional $2 million into its Ice Mountain Environmental Stewardship Fund (IMESF). The IMESF supports the long-term sustainability of the Muskegon…

Reed shooting justified, prosecutor rules

Reed shooting justified, prosecutor rules

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare County Sheriff’s Officers Sergeant Aaron Miller, Deputy Ryan Weakman and Deputy Steven Sentz were vindicated of criminal charges by Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis’s March…

Missaukee 9-1-1 increase approved

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday increased the 9-1-1 surcharge rate to $3 per month, as approved by the voters on August 7, 2018.…

Season weight restrictions in place

By John Raffel Correspondent Luke D. Houlton, manager of the Osceola County Road Commission, has announced season weight and speed restrictions will be enforced on Osceola County roads starting at…

Marion officials look forward to better weather

By John Raffel Correspondent Roger Pritchard is a village of Marion trustee, who has been impressed with the way the village has been able to handle the challenging weather this…

Music, chili on Mar. 17

The Marion Community of Christ Church is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day chili potluck and ministry of music night.  The event will be held on Sunday evening, March 17th at…

County approves contract with building official

By John Raffel Correspondent REED CITY — The Osceola County Board of Commissioners voted at its meeting last week to approve the contract with a building official with compensation set…

Fifty eight attend snowbird picnic

Fifty eight attend snowbird picnic

The 40th Annual Marion/Florida Snowbird Picnic was held at Country Aire Village Clubhouse in Zephyrhills, Florida on March 6, 2019 with 58 guests in attendance. Diana and Steve Baker greeted…

Auditors give Missaukee favorable rating

By John Raffel Correspondent Eric Karbowski, Missaukee County Commission on Aging Director, provided an update to the county commission at its meeting on Tuesday. Karbowski said the COA is continuing…

Marion Board tackles financial questions, forensic audit possible

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Public School Board debuted a new format on Tuesday by having a special workshop at 6 p.m. 
“The meeting was well attended,” board president Alicia…