August 22, 2018
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Relay For Life of Ogemaw County came to Tolfree Wellness Park Saturday, July 21. Funds were raised for the American Cancer Society through donations, sales, raffles and games during the 24-hour … more
Heavy rain begins to fall at Ogemaw Heights High …
A little rain didn’t stop area bikers from participating in the annual Hospice of Helping Hands We Honor Veterans motorcycle ride Saturday, July 21. more
Bob Whitney works to diagnose the cause of his …
The Pioneer Power Antique Tractor and Gas Engine Club hosted its annual show beginning July 19. On July 20, participants in the club enjoyed a tractor parade into West Branch before heading back to … more
MILLS TOWNSHIP — Mills Township Fire Department personnel, with the assistance of Richland-Logan and Moffatt fire departments, worked for three hours to save a home July 18. Mills Township Fire … more
Wyatt and Shari Knapp, a married couple and duo, performed at Irons Park Thursday, July 19. The concert, which had a large crowd, was part of West Branch’s Music in the Park series. The next … more
The West Branch community gathered July 19 to send off the 11/12u West Branch Little League team as it heads to state competitions in St. Clair. more
Gabriella Nelke, 9, is squeezed by centrifugal …
HALE — The Iosco County Fair is once again bringing a full schedule of activities to the area July 23-28, with both the old, downhome favorites and some new attractions. ... more
Colleen holds and pets a dove as Piper Trubak, 9, …
Joe and Barb Rogers of the Wildlife Recovery Association visited the Rose City branch of the Ogemaw District Library, which was filled with kids ... more
Evelyn Delaney examines some household antiques …
The Steiner Museum opened early last week for a special event with the Loggin’ Wheels Chapter of Questers International. more
After missing a handful of consecutive city council meetings, Allen Hurley officially tendered his resignation by turning in a handwritten note to the city clerk before the July 2 council meeting. more
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