October 21, 2017
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Rachel Lynn Bruce
MIO –– After a successful appeal of their previous case, Carl Wayne Bruce and wife Rachel Lynn Bruce pleaded guilty to vulnerable adult abuse in the first degree and involuntary manslaughter during an arraignment held Thursday, Oct. 19. more
Artist Dan Kaminski smiles for a photo in his …
Mio resident Dan Kaminski entered a woodworking project titled “Route Irish” into the international art competition Art Prize Nine, and came away with what he called an “unbelievable experience.” more
There will be many opportunities across Oscoda County for those seeking fun and family-friendly activities on and around this Halloween, which will take place Tuesday, Oct. 31. more
Gerald Abbe, a Korean War veteran, smiles after …
The Meo Mio Stitchers, a group of the national Quilts of Valor organization, presented three quilts to Korean War and Vietnam War veterans at the Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Mio Tuesday, Oct. 17. more
Byron Clouse of Curran helps Kendrick Eastman of …
Despite a threat of rain, the weather held off and the sun even made an appearance during Saturday’s Fairview Eagle Fest at Fairview Area Schools. People enjoyed a pancake breakfast, rib dinner, car show, craft show, kids activities and more as they took part in the event, which began Friday. more
The Mio AuSable and Fairview volleyball teams will join together once again to support breast cancer awareness and raise funds for breast cancer research during a Pink Out game Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. more
Nathan Socia and Angel Donnelly pose for photo's …
The Mio Thunderbolts celebrated their football homecoming Friday, October 6th. more
The Mio kindergarten class sings the Mio fight …
Mio hosted the Mock Olympics Friday, Oct. 6, before the homecoming festivities including a parade and pancake dinner. more
Cassidy Stewart runs into the wings of an eagle …
The annual Eagle Festival will be held Oct. 13-14 to celebrate and fundraise for the Fairview Area Schools athletic department. more
The Mio AuSable National Honor Society is hosting a free dinner, activities, football game and dance Oct. 6-7. more
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