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CHURCHILL TWP — A two-vehicle accident occurred at 3:41 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at M-55 and Rifle River Trail, resulting in one fatality. more
Northern Michigan — January is National Blood Donor Month. Donations are typically down this time of year so local drives are scheduled in early winter to help promote ... more
CRAWFORD COUNTY — Two men were arrested in Crawford County Friday, Jan. 10 after a woman arrested for stealing a vehicle alleged she escaped from a residence on Roberta Drive in Crawford County where she was being forced to clean the ... more
OGEMAW COUNTY — The Ogemaw County Treasurer’s office recently released this year’s foreclosure hearing dates as well as a list of properties in the county currently scheduled to be foreclosed upon and put up at this year’s summer tax ... more
ROSCOMMON — The Crawford, Oscoda, Ogemaw, Roscommon Intermediate School District is actively working toward informing the communities it serves about its role and the services it offers to area students while also considering potential solutions ... more
WEST BRANCH— The application for a grant for an iron removal plant and an additional well was one of the items discussed at the West Branch City Council meeting Monday Jan. 6 ... more
MILLS TWP — The vehicle of a Prescott area resident was discovered on Thursday, Dec. 26 to have been struck by a bullet, though the time of the incident is undetermined, according to a report from the Michigan State Police. more
Imagine a loved one needing a lifesaving organ. Imagine that loved one is a child - your niece or nephew, your co-worker's child or a child in a neighboring town. more
WEST BRANCH — Longtime business owners and stewards of the community, Joe and Clara Clark of Morse Clark Furniture Co., have been delighted to see the revival of downtown West Branch and the greater West Branch community, and they are ... more
OGEMAW COUNTY — The amount of construction in the county over the past year has remained fairly consistent with that in 2018, which Ogemaw County Building Inspector Brian Stein said is a continuation of a trend of new growth in the county ... more
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