August 22, 2019
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WEST BRANCH — After 41 years in the towing business Marv Farley was forced to close Harold’s Towing & Recovery abruptly, but now he is back in business, this time as a cancer survivor. ... more
The Ogemaw County Fair kicked off its grandstand events Sunday as the tractor and pick-up pull began the week’s activities. The fair continues Monday with the Supercross and four-wheeler races, and … more
The first day of the 40th annual Victorian Art Fair saw some beautiful weather and attracted people from all over the state Aug. 10. ... more
WEST BRANCH — A longtime area tradition will be celebrating its 40th anniversary this year when the West Branch Creative Arts Association’s Victorian Art Fair ... more
WEST BRANCH — The Ogemaw County Humane Society’s Mutt March fundraiser is coming a little earlier this year and taking place at a new location. This year the event ... more
LUPTON — The Rifle River Recreation Area is once again hosting Meteors and S’mores Aug. 9, giving people the chance to watch the Perseid meteor shower ... more
Downtown West Branch at the intersection of 3rd Street and Houghton Avenue was temporarily converted to a rodeo ring for the Super Kicker Rodeo Aug. 2. The West Branch Merchants Association, with … more
The summer concert series at Irons Park closed out the season with Miranda and the M80s. more
STANDISH — A 33-year-old man from Hale lost his life in a motorcycle accident early Aug. 1 after he collided with a deer before being hit by a car. According to Arenac County Sheriff Jim … more
ROSE CITY — Residents and visitors to Rose City have two dates to look forward to, as the new farmers market is opening for its first day Aug. 2 and Music and Market in the Park is scheduled for Aug. 3. ... more
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