January 21, 2019
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Metalfab Manufacturing has received approximately $3,000 from the Michigan Going Pro Talent Fund in order to help pay for specialized training for some of its employees. more
A new primary care clinic is set to open just south of Mio in mid to late 2019. more
Mio AuSable seniors got a dose of life after high school when they were given the opportunity to perform mock interviews with local employers. more
Fairview seniors Joshua Hamm and Sydni Kann were crowned 2018 Fairview winter homecoming king and queen between the Fairview girls and boys basketball games Friday, Jan. 18. more
St. Mary’s Catholic Church of Mio hosted a pro-life march through town Jan. 18. more
As of Jan. 8, David Hughes is the new sergeant at the Oscoda County sheriff department. more
Former Oscoda County Sheriff Department Sgt. Chuck Varner was awarded a customized retirement badge by Sheriff Kevin Grace Dec. 11. more
Johnathon Donald Zelmanski, 18, was arraigned in 81st District Court Dec. 19 on one felony count of attempted breaking and entering a building with intent. more
Students from around Oscoda County visited the gym of Mio AuSable schools to enjoy some friendly competition during the Knights of Columbus free throw contest. more
New Commissioners Kyle Yoder and Chuck Varner were chosen as the chairman and vice chairman, respectively, of the Oscoda County Board of Commissioners, and the board set its meeting times for the year Jan. 3. more
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