September 2, 2015
Jay Ogden/Oscoda County Herald
An aerial shot of the boat launch and tubers lined up ready to get into the river during the Aug. 30 Uber Tuber event.
MIO — The third act of the second annual OC Riverfest went out with a splash Sunday as volunteers and the public worked to get Mio and the Au Sable River in the Guinness Book of World Records.

MIO — The only public library in Oscoda County is Mio’s Oscoda County Library, but with the work of the library board this could soon change.

Library Director Amy Knepp said the board has been looking at creating a satellite branch somewhere in the Fairview or Comins area to better serve the county’s library patrons.

A possible location could be inside the Skyline Event Center, she said.

“We have always heard feedback from … more

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Michael Kososky (81), a 2009 alumnus of the Mio AuSable Thunderbolts team, is hoisted in the air after making a touchdown during the 2014 alumni game.
MIO — An annual alumni football game held Labor Day weekend between former Mio and Atlanta varsity football players has been canceled this year, said organizer Joe Stone.
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