August 18, 2018
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A sheriff department vehicle sits along M-33 in …
MIO - The Oscoda County Sheriff Department, with the assistance of several agencies, negotiated the peaceful surrender of a gunman who had barricaded himself inside a Mio business nearly six hours after the situation began May 1. more
A map of Northern Lower Michigan shows the top of …
MICHIGAN — Most of the Lower Peninsula was under a fire weather watch through 8 p.m. Monday and a red flag warning from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday due to dry conditions and low humidity, according to the National Weather Service. more
A family-friendly event for the blue-collar worker in everyone is coming to Mio May 5. more
Suicide Resource and Response Network founder Barb Smith will be coming to the county for multiple suicide prevention presentations at schools and community centers. more
Superintendent candidate Paul Ciske answers a …
MIO — The Mio AuSable School Board voted 4-3 to offer the position of superintendent to current science teacher Paul Ciske during a special meeting April 20. more
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Huron Pines has received slightly less than $150,000 from the Department of Natural Resources to replace culverts and remove a dam along Au Sable River tributary streams. more
There was a heated discussion about the importance of including the court system in the new Oscoda County government building at the April 10 board of commissioners meeting. more
In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month the Montmorency/Oscoda Child Protection Council and two classes from the Mio AuSable elementary school put up blue pinwheels at the school to act as a visual reminder that everyone can play a part in fostering healthy childhoods. more
MIO — This year’s annual Mio AuSable schools craft show April 14 is expected to be at least three times the size of last year’s show, according to organizer Raquel Rondo. She said when she … more
A wildfire in 2012 consumed more than 1,000 acres …
LUZERNE — Michigan is facing an average fire outlook through early summer due to predictions of above-average precipitation and soil moisture, according to the U.S. Forest Service. Assistant … more
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