With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the country’s July 4 celebrations are a lot different than they normally would be. In many communities, including most of Iosco County, parades have been canceled, including many other events. Fireworks displays are still ongoing, but it is safe to say that…
TAWAS CITY – Based on the critical need for on-going surveillance, District Health Department No. 2 (DHD2) and the Michigan National Guard conducted free, drive through COVID-19 testing open to the community in Tawas and West Branch on June 19.
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(The Center Square) – Comments for two proposed amendments to the Michigan Civil Service Commission (CSC) rules for how unions collect money from state employees close today.
DETROIT, July 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorney Geoffrey Fieger will hold a press conference by Zoom, tomorrow, July 7(th) at 11:00 a.m. to disclose and discuss the video regarding the killing of Cornelius Fredericks at the Lakeside For Children in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
OSCODA – The Oscoda Township Fire Department (OTFD) Dive Rescue team rescued multiple people who were on a large floating raft on Wednesday, June 24 at the Oscoda Beach Park.
BALDWIN Twp. – Possible injuries were sustained by Cohvi Elan Moyer, 19, East Tawas, when he overturned his vehicle in Baldwin Township on Sunday.
BURLEIGH Twp. – A 30-year-old man from Turner – whose name was not yet released at press time – sustained significant injuries during a single-vehicle crash in Burleigh Township.
OSCODA – Jahleel Paul Garza-Harper, 24, Flint, drowned in the AuSable River this past weekend, according to the Oscoda Township Police Department (OTPD).
LANSING — Governor Whitmer last week signed Executive Order 2020-133, which sets guidelines for the safe return of professional sports, without a live audience. The order follows Major League Baseball’s announcement that a shortened 60-game season would begin on July 24 with players reportin…
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EAST LANSING – Michigan High School Athletic Association has updated its guidelines for reopening of school sports based on updated recommendations from Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s office anno…
EAST LANSING – The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) has updated its guidelines for reopening of school sports based on the lifting of her stay-at-home order and further recomm…
Summer is back, and while the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted the cancellation of festivals, concerts and other large gatherings, people who enjoy being among nature are enjoying the outdoors. Given social distancing and other public health safety measures that are still in place across much of the country —particularly large, urban areas — hiking, camping and fishing can be great ways to pass the time and still be safe.
The question of how much liquid to consume daily basis has no simple answer. Several studies have shown differing recommendations. However, specific fluid needs depend on several factors, which include overall health, location and even level of activeness. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach, but knowing more about the body’s need for liquids can help in estimating how much ought to be sipped up.
To say the Allegheny County Schools Health Insurance Consortium’s website was in need of an upgrade prior to its March 2020 relaunch would be an understatement.
Independence Day is around the corner. Families are likely prepping to watch or set off fireworks and sparklers. However, the Fourth of July celebration might turn a fun-filled day into a painful memory if caution isn’t properly exercised. Even the most innocent-looking fire displays can lead to injuries or an actual fire. Consider these safety tips to enjoy the holiday without going to the emergency room.
Actors Riley Keough and Colman Domingo think back to their first big on-screen kiss, with Domingo locking lips with a future Marvel superhero. (July 7)
OSCODA – The Oscoda-AuSable Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted, on Tuesday, June 23, to postpone the 4th of July parade through downtown Oscoda until 2021.
OSCODA – Although COVID-19 led to the cancellation of some previously scheduled activities, Oscoda Township will actually be welcoming a couple brand new events this summer.
TAWAS CITY – Tawas Community Concert Band Board has decided to cancel its Summer Concerts for 2020.