Jay Ogden
Items like extra water, flashlights, cash, batteries, food and necessary medications are important to have on hand for emergency situations.
OSCODA COUNTY — On the heels of September as Preparedness Month, the Michigan State Police urged Michigan residents to be prepared for disaster situations that could happen in the state.
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ROSCOMMON — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will be showcasing its new Roscommon Forest Fire Experiment Station … more
CURRAN — Participants enjoyed summer weather for the 10th annual Curran Black Bear Festival which took place in Curran Sept. … more
MIO — Students at Mio AuSable High School got a taste of what could happen if they text and drive during a demonstration Sept. … more
OSCODA COUNTY — Students at both Fairview Area Schools and Mio AuSable Schools went back to class Sept. 2. Read More
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