OSCODA – As is tradition, the Iosco County News-Herald and Oscoda Press takes an annual look at what news stories were impacting the community 50 years ago.
GAYLORD – Lake Huron is the focus of the latest eNews update from the Gaylord-based Huron Pines organization.
HALE – With 21 entries into the Cutest Baby Contest, 20 vendors on hand to sell their specialty goods and 19 participants in the Chili Cook-Off, Hale Winterfest 2022 had the greatest turnout to date in each of these categories.
TAWAS CITY – There used to be a saying in the United States Coast Guard District 9. It goes: “Ice is a clear and solid risk.”
EAST TAWAS – Tawas-Whittemore-Hale United Fund Board of Directors allocated $12,000 to the 10 agencies it voted to support for 2022 during its January meeting held Thursday at the East Tawas Community Center.
TAWAS CITY – At their annual reorganizational meeting held Jan. 10, members of the Tawas Area Schools (TAS) Board of Education elected their officers for 2022. Julie Ulman will serve as president, Shannon Klenow will accept the role of vice president, Jennifer Bruning will become secretary, …
LANSING – Northern Strike 22-1 (”Winter Strike”) is a National Guard Bureau-sponsored exercise uniting service members from several U.S. states and partner forces from Jan. 21-30, at Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center and Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center, which together comp…
TAWAS CITY – The first official work week for Iosco County’s new Emergency Management Coordinator, Sean Bowers, kicked off this Monday, Jan. 10.
LANSING – The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is updating the state’s wolf management plan and is seeking public comment, via online survey through Jan. 31, about the future of wolf management.
HALE – With the excitement of the holidays beginning to wind down in January, the first – and often frigid – month of the new year doesn’t always offer much to look forward to. But the Hale Winterfest provides a way to keep the spirits up this time of year, and the Hale Area Association (HAA…
TAWAS CITY – The Iosco County Board of Commissioners approved three administrative hires for Iosco County EMS, which will be under management by county employees beginning in March.
OSCODA – As is tradition, the Iosco County News-Herald and Oscoda Press takes an annual look at what news stories were impacting the community 50 years ago. This year we take a look back at the happenings of 1971, in a two-part feature, with the first featuring front-page headlines from Janu…
TAWAS CITY – For many Tawas City officials, their roles as representatives entail more than just participating in the bimonthly council meetings. It includes involvement with such other entities as the E9-1-1 Advisory Board, Tawas Utilities Authority (TUA) and Huron Shore Regional Utility Au…
OSCODA – Oscoda Seniors at the Oscoda Senior Center want community members to know one thing: their doors are open and they would like some company.
HALE – Happy Acres Real Estate of Hale, MI has closed on their first house Friday, Dec. 3. This small and independent company is managed by Cheryl and Don McDonnel. Cheryl is the broker overseeing the business while Don handles secondary duties.
EAST TAWAS – Honing an extensive knowledge of theology, undergoing rigorous training, becoming familiar with other cultures throughout the world and being away from loved ones for long periods of time can seem rather daunting. But for those who feel called by God to enter the missions field,…
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Jan. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- LibLearnX Virtual Conference -- Gale, part of a Cengage Group, has expanded Gale Digital Scholar Lab with new and improved features that provide digital humanities (DH) researchers with a better user experience. With a new interface and redesigned analysis tools, Gale Digital Scholar Lab now provides a more consistent and streamlined experience for DH researchers that supports usability, accessibility, as well as replicable and extensible research. Developed based on user feedback, these updates assist researchers of all levels as they navigate text and data mining workflows and improve the experience of running analyses and investigating research outcomes.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Jan. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich., Jan. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- High Street Insurance Partners ("HSIP") announced its December acquisition of Insurance Services Group (ISG), a full-service, regional insurance brokerage firm. ISG is headquartered in Washington and serves clients in 12 states, with a large concentration in the West.
(The Center Square) – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) ordered nursing homes statewide to provide on-site COVID-19 vaccines to residents within 30 days.
TAWAS CITY – An Oscoda woman accused of filicide – the deliberate act of killing his or her own child – has been found competent to stand trial on the charges of homicide and 1st-degree child abuse.
Township man has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to the reduced charges of attempted kidnapping, assault with a weapon and domestic violence after a Dec. 1, 2020 incident.
HALE – The Hale boys basketball team made the trip to Posen on Monday, Jan. 10 for their second North Star League Little Dipper contest of the season. The Eagles returned home with a loss, however, falling 55-20.
BOYNE CITY – The Whittemore-Prescott wrestling team continued their hardware filled season on Saturday. The Cardinals, competing at the Boyne City Invitational, went a perfect 4-0 on the day t…
BOYNE CITY – Whittemore-Prescott sent its girl wrestlers to an invitational at Boyne City on Sunday, where they were able to come in first place out of 22 teams.
TAWAS CITY – The Tawas Area hockey team hosted Legion on Saturday at the Tawas Bay Ice Arena. It remained close through much of the contest, but the Legion, a team comprised of several Thumb a…
TAWAS CITY – After a 10-day layoff in between games, the Tawas Area boys basketball team still managed to get things going early on in their home game with Ogemaw Heights Friday. The Falcons f…
We presumably trust our doctors or we would not be going to them for advice or troubleshooting with our health.
Organizers of the whole food plant-based diet challenge want the 2022 effort to be a family affair.
Lifestyles that consider heart health are almost universally beneficial, but how one boosts heart health is not necessarily universal. Gender, age and prior medical history can all play roles, according to Dr. Nieca Goldberg. Answers are not one-size-fits-all, especially when it comes to exercise.
The Lift Project is centered on seven concepts, each of which is covered over a week’s time.
Here's a view of the Corsair Trail system between trail markers 17 and 18 of the bridge crossing over Silver Creek. This is the most westerly crossing of Silver Creek on the Corsair Trail System in the Huron National Forest between Tawas and Oscoda, Michigan. This video was taken Saturday, M…