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WEST BRANCH — The eventual construction of a new ALDI Food Market in West Branch is still on schedule, as the company confirmed construction is set to start early summer, with plans to open in late fall. more
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WEST BRANCH — After having its special use permit approved with a unanimous vote by the West Branch Planning Commission, a new McLaren ambulatory care center is one step closer to becoming a reality. more
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — Celebrated as the first extended weekend following winter, Memorial Day has became a holiday of sales, grilling and yard work, but its meaning is much deeper. more
Seniors enjoy conversation and cards at the …
Local seniors were invited to the Ogemaw Commission on Aging May 23 to have "s'more fun" at the annual Spring Party. ... more
Tyler Card and Bre Zettle throw cornbags during …
Even though it rained throughout the day, there was a large turnout for the Kristin Fest cornhole tournament at the Ogemaw County Fairgrounds May 19. more
OGEMAW COUNTY — The lights will remain out for approximately three hours on May 19-20, for residents in parts of the county because of a scheduled electric outage by Consumers Energy. According … more
Fireworks explode over West Branch during last …
WEST BRANCH — For the past year, the West Branch Area Chamber of Commerce has been searching for a group or individual to take over the city’s fireworks, but as the Fourth of July nears, the deadline is looming to still have a show in 2018. more
Third- and fourth-grade students sit in the …
Students at Surline Elementary School sat in the cafeteria to learn about bike safety. Kindergartners through second-graders attended the presentation Wednesday, May 16, and third- and fourth-graders … more
WEST BRANCH — Almost exactly four years after shuttering the Sheriff’s Work Program, Ogemaw County’s judges have reinstated it, although Judge Richard Noble said it will be significantly different from its last iteration. more
WHITTEMORE — All students and staff are safe after a student allegedly falsely reported another student had a gun on a Whittemore-Prescott bus the morning of May 17. According to a letter being sent home to parents, students were being transported to IRESA Skill Center when a student reported to the bus driver that another student had a weapon. more
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