December 16, 2018
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Casandra Morse-Bills has beaten Kathleen Solomon to become the next probate judge for Oscoda County, and former sheriff’s department Sergeant Chuck Varner won the only contested county commissioner seat. more
Oscoda County saw a roughly 50 percent voter turnout Nov. 6, which Oscoda County Clerk Jeri Winton said is a solid turnout. more
LEWISTON — A 29-year-old man from Howell was found dead from an apparent gunshot wound in the rural woods of Oscoda County. According to Michigan State Police, at approximately 11:45 p.m. a call … more
There comes a point in every young man’s life when something so earth-shatteringly drastic occurs that all he knows of the world seems to be ripped away, leaving an empty, musky shell behind. more
Results will be posted throughout the night as they come in.  Precincts reporting: 7 of 7. more
Mio AuSable’s student count this fall saw no significant increase or decrease from the previous school year. more
Don’t worry if your local sheriff’s deputies are looking a bit more rugged than usual throughout the next month: they’re doing so to raise money for a scholarship. more
Once again the Mio United Methodist Church will be hosting banquets for all of the fall sports teams at Mio AuSable Schools throughout the month. more
The Mio Yarn Angels will be accepting donations for Christmas packages to be given to local veterans at the Mio branch of the Oscoda County Library. more
The Oscoda County Chamber of Commerce held its 10th Annual Fall Wine Tasting and Silent Auction at the Mio Community Center Saturday, Nov. 3. The event offered a variety of Michigan wines, a 50/50 … more
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