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Hunt for Shaw’s body to re-start next week

By John Raffel Correspondent The search for the body of 15-year-old Dylan Shaw of Evart will continue early next week. That’s the word from Osceola County Sheriff Justin Halladay. Shaw…

McBain accepts bid to build Early Childhood Center

By John Raffel Correspondent The McBain Board of Education, at its recent monthly meeting, voted to accept the bid for the Early Child Development Center by RC Hendrick. “These bids…

Middle Branch sets rubbish, tire collection days

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — Middle Branch Township rubbish and tire collection days. It’s that time of year. The township has set two rubbish days for this year: June…

Osceola man faces charges

By John Raffel Correspondent TUSTIN — A 49-year-old northern Osceola man was recently arrested and faces weapons and driving charges. According to local published reports, Scott Poumade, 49 was stopped…

Marion Drama Club to present Peter/Wendy

Marion Drama Club to present Peter/Wendy

By Aaron Mitchell Correspondent The Marion Dram Club is proud to present Pete/Wendy a play by Jeremy Bloom. Performance dates will be Friday, May 10th, 6:30pm and Sunday May 12th,…

Former Marion coach Terwilliger passes

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Rexford Terwilliger, of Iron Mountain, and a former Farwell sports star and graduate, died Sunday at the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison. He was 83.…

Missaukee Housing committee expected to act on application

By John Raffel Correspondent The Missaukee County housing committee is getting ready to act on an application for housing assistance in an upcoming meeting. “We have not met of late,”…

Fire Dept warns, be careful when burning

Fire Dept warns, be careful when burning

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — Activity has been very light for the Marion fire department in recent weeks and assistant chief Chris Peterson hopes it stays this way. Peterson…

Evart Police Log

April 22-28 April 22: Officers received a runaway complaint. The juvenile was located and turned over to their parent. April 23: Officers assisted the Evart Elementary 1st grade classes at busy intersections…

Keeler makes presentation at Alma

Nearly 150 Alma College students participated in Alma College’s 23rd annual Kapp Honors Day program on Thursday, April 4, 2019. This day provides a forum when traditional classes are canceled…