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Consumers Energy is reporting roughly 500 residents living around Mio are without power. more
MIO — A Prescott man was arraigned in 81st District Court April 11 following a multi-county investigation stemming back to February. According to a Michigan State Police press release, Joseph … more
Easter eggs still have yet to be found in the county and the Easter Bunny is still making his rounds, as events continue into this weekend. more
Oscoda County is still a few weeks away from forest fire season, but the U.S. Forest Service is beginning to prepare for prescribed burns to cut down on wildfires. more
Comins Township will be hosting two public hearings later this month to discuss plans and costs associated with a proposed special assessment district that is aimed at removing an invasive species from Perry Lake. more
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and a local nonprofit that advocates for abused children is marking the month by embarking on its annual fundraiser. more
The Mio United Methodist Church has earned a $1,000 donation from the SpartanNash Direct Your Dollars campaign. more
Two new Amish-run businesses are expected to come to Mio within the next six months as construction continues on a facility north of town on Mount Tom Road. more
This year the library’s March Is Reading Month contest saw more pages read than any other year so far with thousands read between the various age groups. more
The Steiner Museum is hoping to have its expansion built and ready for the public by Memorial Day weekend. more
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