OSCODA – It’s more bad news for Oscoda – another residential water well has tested positive for PFCs at a level which is in excess of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lifetime health advisory.
OSCODA – The Klondike Challenge Weekend will begin on Saturday, April 1 with the 22nd annual canoe and kayak race, which signifies the start of the competition paddling season.
TAWAS CITY – The lawsuit filed against Iosco County by the employee fired in 2015 after being physically assaulted by her boyfriend, who, at the time, was the chairman of the Iosco County Board of Commissioners (BOC), has been resolved.
OSCODA – Oscoda Township Fire Department (OTFD) personnel responded to a structure fire on March 21 at 7:56 p.m., which resulted in a total loss of the mobile home owned by Beau Martin.
OSCODA – Steven Joseph Chinchak, 28, Hale, was treated at the hospital for a wrist injury he sustained while overturning the motorcycle he was driving in Oscoda Township on March 21.
TAWAS Twp. – The Michigan State Police (MSP) responded to a traffic crash involving a Tawas Area Schools bus and a passenger car, which occurred on March 24 at 2:40 p.m.
TAWAS CITY – The Iosco County Board of Commissioners approved two resolutions at its meeting on Wednesday, March 1, supporting Sheriff Allan MacGregor’s requests to purchase three vehicles for…
HUBBARD LAKE – Vickie Bilbrey, 56, Hubbard Lake, was pronounced dead at the scene of a single-vehicle crash which was reported on Feb. 27, at 8:44 p.m.
OSCODA – After earning Rookie of the Year honors her freshman year, Alma College bowler Paige Huebel, a member of the Oscoda High School Class of 2015, had an even stronger sophomore campaign.
GRAND RAPIDS – Special Olympics Area 31 Eagles men’s basketball team is the Division 5 state champions.
ANN ARBOR – Former Whittemore-Prescott head football coach Kyle Tobin oversaw some extremely successful seasons for the Cardinal football team. As a result of that success, Tobin was recently …
TRAVERSE CITY – Second ranked Buckley was as good as everyone in the state claimed. Hale, playing the undefeated Bears in a Class D regional semifinal game at Traverse City Central, got off to…
HOUGHTON LAKE – Whittemore-Prescott was hanging right with Boyne City in its Class C boys regional semifinal game in Houghton Lake on Monday, March 13. The Cardinals even led at times during t…
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TAWAS CITY – Tawas Area High School (TAHS) Drama Club and WE Players, Inc have teamed up to produce “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” by Timothy Mason, based on the story of Mark Twain.
OSCODA – Shoreline Players will be presenting “Disaster on Deck 13,” the third show of its 2017 murder mystery series performed at the Camp Inn Lodge in Oscoda. The interactive dinner theater murder mystery will be presented on Saturday, March 25.
OSCODA – The Shoreline Players will be presenting “Magic, Mayhem and More” on Saturday, March 18, at the Camp Inn Lodge in Oscoda.
Our nation’s 13th annual Sunshine Week kicks off Sunday, March 12 with a gala event at the Department of Commerce Research Library in Washington, D.C. But most of us won’t be attending. In fact, most of us don’t have a clue what Sunshine Week is or what it is all about. So here’s the background.