LINCOLN – A Royal Oak woman faces multiple charges after she allegedly crashed into vehicles and nearly colliding her car into a crowd during a fireworks event held July 7 at the Lost Lake Woo…

BALDWIN Twp. – Possible injuries were sustained by Chantel Lynn Hendricks, 23, Glennie, when she was involved in a single-vehicle crash on July 2. But the Michigan State Police (MSP) report th…

OMER – The annual N.E.M (Northeastern Michigan Baseball League) Reunion will be held Sunday, July 15 at the N.E.M. Museum, located at the Arenac County Historical Society Museum in Omer.

OSCODA – HealthQuest, an Oscoda volunteer organization dedicated to inspiring community health and happiness, is presenting the second annual Shore Fun Beach Run/Walk on Saturday, June 23.  


(20 Jul 2018) Traffic had to be shut down on one side of the I-75 bridge in Manatee County Florida outside of Tampa after the cab of a semi-truck went over the guard rail and was dangling above the water. (July 20)

OSCODA – Plans to establish the Huron Shores Artisan Hall (HSAH) have been in the works for a few years, and those behind the project are now ready to open the doors of the building to the public for the first time today (Wednesday).

OSCODA – Summer Concerts at the Oscoda Band Shell will begin June 28 with a performance by The Blue Water Ramblers, according to Oscoda Rotary Club representative Mary Reitler.

For various reasons I have not been to a July 4th fireworks display for a few years. Whether it was work commitments that led me away from the show, or just not wanting to deal with the crowds, the largest fireworks display I’ve seen in the past few years have been whatever the neighbors wer…

The U.S. Commerce Department has added anti-dumping duties of up to 32 percent on newsprint and some other paper products from Canada. According to the agency these products benefit from unfair Canadian government subsidies. Most newspaper publishers across the country disagree.

Saturday many people from around the state and nation converged on Oscoda to recognize the 25th anniversary of the closing of Wurtsmith Air Force Base, which occurred in 1993. For many that date is a distant memory, but for a lot of people it is very fresh in their minds.

With the ring of the school bell Friday after noon at Oscoda Area Schools, and many other schools around the state, summer has –  at least for area parents and school children – finally arrived.