AuSABLE TWP. – The ongoing reconstruction of the Mill Street Bridge in AuSable Township, the traditional finish line of the AuSable River International Canoe Marathon, could have an impact on spectating for the annual marathon, according to marathon Co-Chair Justin Griffith.
HALE – JAM Fest, sponsored by Impact Ministries, will return to the Iosco County Fairgrounds in Hale this Saturday, July 21, from noon to 6 p.m. Proceeds from the event will once again go to a worthy cause.
The 1,443 students who attend Kalamazoo College in Michigan pay $46,840 in tuition, the 95th highest amount among U.S. colleges, according to a Watchdog.org analysis of federal data.
Michigan’s Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday regarding a lawsuit that is attempting to remove a ballot initiative that would change how the state’s Constitution addresses redistricting.
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TAWAS Twp. – The Michigan State Police (MSP) responded to a single-vehicle crash in Tawas Township on July 11, which resulted in the driver being taken to the hospital by ambulance for treatment of incapacitating injuries.
TAWAS CITY – Niels Peder Sorensen, 52, of Alpharetta, Ga., declined treatment after he sustained non-incapacitating injuries when his bicycle collided with a vehicle on the morning of July 4.
OSCODA – The Oscoda Township Police Department (OTPD) has responded to a string of larceny complaints in recent weeks, with one of the latest incident having occurred July 8 at Riverbend Park.
EAST TAWAS – The East Tawas Fire Department (ETFD) responded to 1146 Cranberry Pike, located along Tawas Lake in East Tawas, for a fuel oil spill at 12:16 p.m. on June 25.
TAWAS CITY – The owner of a stolen canoe is offering a reward for the return, or information leading to the recovery of, the canoe.
WHITTEMORE – It is safe to say that football is in Tommy Atkinson’s DNA. Atkinson, who was recently named as the new varsity football head coach at Whittemore-Prescott, is only 26 years old but he has already squeezed-out every drop of experience he can in the game.
OSCODA – The summer temperatures have been heating up as of late. Action in the local canoe racing scene is soon to be heating up as well, as the 25th annual Curley Memorial Canoe Race is sche…
TAWAS CITY – Tawas Area varsity golf team garnered post season awards from the Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association.
TAWAS CITY – Alma College football coaches will host an individual skills camp on Monday, July 16 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for anyone entering grades seventh through 12th.
EAST TAWAS – Eric Klenow, 23, East Tawas, recently took home two gold medals during his first ever bodybuilding competition.
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EAST TAWAS – Playwright Linda LaRocque of South Haven was in the audience July 13 as the Tawas Bay Players presented her comedy, Revival at Possum Kingdom Community Church, at its playhouse in East Tawas.
OSCODA – The Shoreline players hosted a five week summer camp titled Shoreline Players Youth Drama Association (SPYDA) summer program where kids were given the opportunity to audition for this year’s summer musical “Curtain Call”.
OSCODA – The Sunshine String band returns for the Oscoda summer concert series on July 12 at Oscoda Band shell on the Beach.