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MIO — The Freedom Worship Center in Mio was the site for a kids' Easter party Saturday, April 7. According to Pastor Sharon Gardulski of the Freedom Worship Center 84 children and their parents showed up at the party. more
MIO — The Mio AuSable gym was bustling with activity Saturday, April 14, as the “Country at Heart” craft show was filled with vendors and guests alike. Proceeds from the show will benefit the Mio baseball and football programs. more
MIO — The Mio Dummy Club presented its annual children’s Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 7, in the Oscoda County Park. The Easter Bunny appeared at the park to greet the kids prior to the hunt. more
LEWISTON — The Lewiston Moose Lodge was the site for a children’s Easter party Friday, April 6. Among the activities at the party were an Easter egg hunt and a visit from the Easter Bunny. more
A day at the park [Photo gallery]
MIO — The sunny weather on Thursday, April 5, provided an opportunity for some residents to visit the Oscoda County Community Park in Mio. more
ROSCOMMON — Kirtland Community College's Student Center was the site of the Regional Employment Opportunity Expo Tuesday, March 27. According to Frances Whitney, business liaison for Michigan Works, 40 businesses were present at the expo, representing Ogemaw, Oscoda, Crawford, and Roscommon counties. more
FAIRVIEW — The annual Eagle Spirit/Eagle Pride dinner and auction took place Saturday, March 24, at the Fairview school’s multipurpose room. Proceeds from the auction will go toward helping the Fairview district fund school projects. more
ROSCOMMON — Helping the northern Michigan economy grow was the chief topic of discussion at Kirtland Community College’s first-ever Business After Hours Thursday, March 8 at KCC’s Student Center. Representatives from chambers of commerce in KCC’s service area, along with community leaders, were on hand at the event. more
Consumer's Energy working on getting power restored to E. 8th St. the morning after the storm. more
Helping out the library [Photo gallery]
MIO — A group of women, known as the Mio Bridge Club With a Cause, have played bridge in the winter each week for three years, according to Mio resident Natalie Giardina, one of the group's members. more
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