August 18, 2017
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Guests packed the McGregor Athletic Center for …
MIO — Lydia’s Gate held its first-ever Spring Fling Auction at the McGregor Athletic Complex April 28 to raise funds for the services the homeless shelter provides. more
The Oscoda County EMS currently has two 24-hour …
MIO — County Auditor Jim Anderson said the Oscoda County EMS needed funding to continue operations at an April 25 board of commissioners workshop. more
MICHIGAN — Fans of Sammy Hagar’s “I Can’t Drive 55” may seek solace in the new state law that will begin taking effect mid-May, increasing the speed limits on some state highways and … more
Fire from the prescribed burn moved from its …
LUZERNE — Fire from a prescribed burn by the U.S. Forest Service spread to six acres of private land April 25. more
Lydia's Gate will have its Spring Fling Auction …
MIO — Lydia’s Gate will be holding its first Spring Fling Auction at the McGregor Athletic Complex April 28 to raise funds for the services the homeless shelter provides. more
Forester and former Mio AuSable Board of …
MIO — Elementary and middle school students celebrated Earth Day by participating in a variety of forest-related activities April 21. more
Anna Price, playing Little Red Ridinghood, packs …
FAIRVIEW — The Fairview Area Schools High School Choir will be putting on a performance of “Into the Woods Jr.” by James Lapine April 27 and 29. more
The construction contract for a new facility to …
COMINS TWP. — The Comins Township Board of Trustees set a groundbreaking date for a new facility to house the Fairview Fire Department and potentially the Oscoda County EMS at an April 20 special meeting. more
The lawsuit involved taxes assessed in 2015 and a …
GREENWOOD TWP. — Greenwood Township has settled a lawsuit with Garland Lodge and Golf Resort that involves returning $240,776.71 to the resort for taxes assessed in 2015. The settlement will impact the township as well as Oscoda County and Johannesburg-Lewiston Area Schools. more
The Sunrise Convenience Store in Mio has been a …
OSCODA COUNTY — Those colorful butterflies pasted on the walls of 31 local businesses are more than just a decoration. Each represents a donation to the Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment Center as part of Child Abuse Prevention Month. more
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