September 26, 2018
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Area families descended on the Tri-Town Fire Department Saturday for the department’s annual open house. Smokey Bear and Fire Pup were on hand, and there were several activities for kids to participate in. more
By Scott Nunn NORTHERN MICHIGAN — A weather system with strong wind gusts has created spotty power outages around the region, according to the Consumers Energy website. In Oscoda County 12.6 … more
MIO — The public is welcome to mingle with members of the Tri-Town Fire Department Saturday, Sept. 22, at its fourth annual open house. ... more
The Fairview soccer team hosted Whittemore-Prescott for a stiff competition September 19. more
The reinstatement of the citizens advisory board for the Oscoda County EMS was discussed and delayed at the Sept. 11 county commissioners meeting. more
The Oscoda County Economic Development Alliance is ending its partnership with the Skyline Event Center at the end of October. more
The recount Oscoda County Commissioner Larry Wilson applied for has resulted in no change, and Chuck Varner is still set to take his spot come the new year. more
By a vote of 3-2, the Clinton Township Board of Trustees has decided to uphold its medical marijuana facility ordinance as written. more
The AuSable Valley Community Mental Health Authority increased the number of people served by at least 100 citizens throughout its last year of service. more
The county has decided where it will be testing for legionnaires’ disease. more
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