August 22, 2018
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WEST BRANCH — The streets were filled with people in downtown West Branch for the annual Fourth of July parade Wednesday. The parade opened up with John Bennett receiving the Preserve Our … more
A classic car stops for a photo as it rides along …
Rose City residents gathered along M-33 Wednesday for the city’s annual Fourth of July parade. more
Kids line the riverbanks as they fish during the …
Kids from all over gathered in Rose City Wednesday morning for the annual Rose City fishing derby put on by the Knights of Columbus. more
The kids sing during rehearsal June 28.
WEST BRANCH — The Ogemaw Youth Theatre has been rehearsing for its upcoming production of “Annie Jr.,” which will be performed July 11-13. Director Erin Resteiner said the kids have been … more
Tyler Roahrig is presented a plaque and the …
WHITTEMORE — After physically exhausting heat and several cautions Tyler Roahrig held off second-place finisher Todd Rosebrugh and others for the Growler 100 win June 30. It was the second year … more
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — Fire officials in Arenac, Ogemaw and Oscoda counties are urging residents to use extreme caution launching fireworks during the Fourth of July weekend.Currently there is a … more
The night starts off with the lead sleds running …
WHITTEMORE — Rubber will meet the road June 30 as more than 15 racers smoke tires and fuel in an attempt to bring home the trophy at Whittemore Speedway during the Growler 100. The Growler, also … more
WEST BRANCH — A West Branch man was sentenced June 20 to 285 months to 50 years in prison on charges of criminal sexual conduct involving three children. more
WEST BRANCH — The West Branch-Rose City school board voted 5-0 to approve a budget that includes overspending more than $800,000 at its June 18 meeting, but Superintendent Phil Mikulski said that number is misleading because the district has budgeted conservatively. more
West Branch-Rose City schools received a check …
WEST BRANCH — Roughly a year after the pool at Ogemaw Heights High School suffered structural damage during a resurfacing, the West Branch-Rose City school district received the money to repair it. more
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