October 16, 2018
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The Oscoda County Board of Commissioners is drafting a resolution opposing two bills that could drastically change how local equalization departments and boards of review function. more
Oscoda County has roughly 10 months to purchase a new software suite for its treasurer and equalization departments before support for its current software is suspended indefinitely. more
Michigan Works has been engaged in helping Mio AuSable and Fairview students prepare for the workplace before they graduate from school. more
The Michigan Department of Transportation has released its projected budget for the 2019 fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1. more
Once again the Michigan Department of Transportation is asking residents for feedback on its tentative plans for road improvements and internal guidelines for the next five years. more
Although Oscoda County canvassers were using new equipment this year to tabulate and disperse information among polling places, election night went as smoothly as it possibly could have gone Aug. 7. more
The Wally Bartley American Legion Post 162 has an equipment donation program for handicapped individuals, and it wants more people to get involved. more
The Fairview Food Market has come home from the American Cured Meats Championships with a national award for its beef jerky. more
Visitors to the Oscoda County Fairgrounds enjoyed a lumberjack-themed Heritage Days festival Aug. 10-11. more
Click here for the results from the Aug. 7 primary election. more
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