September 26, 2018
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MIO — Mio AuSable High School students were recognized for their achievements at the school's Awards Night Wednesday, May 4, at the Mio AuSable auditorium. more
Taking in a sunny day [Photo gallery]
MIO — Several children took advantage of the nice weather on Wednesday, May 4, to play at the Mio Community Playground, located on 9th Street between Cass and Court Streets in Mio. more
MIO — The Mio Dummy Club, with assistance from the Luzerne and Tri-Town Fire Departments, presented its annual Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 23, at the Oscoda County Park. Club treasurer Rob Martin estimated that between 100-125 people showed up for the hunt. more
MIO — The Freedom Worship Center Church in Mio and the Strawberry Patch Store in Mio presented its annual Easter party Saturday, April 23, at the Mio Community Center. According to Pastor Sharon Gardulski of the Freedom Worship Center Church, this is the sixth year the church has sponsored the Easter party, with about 100 people typically turning out for the event. more
MIO — State Rep. Peter Pettalia, R-Presque Isle, visited Oscoda County Thursday, April 21. Oscoda County is one of six counties in the state of Michigan's 106th District, which Pettalia represents. more
MIO — The winter storm afforded four Mio men the opportunity to build a snowman. more
Clearing a path [Photo gallery]
MIO — A storm that hit Oscoda County Tuesday, April 19, proved that the winter weather was not quite done for this season. more
MIO — The Mio AuSable school hosted its eighth annual Craft Show Saturday, April 16. Proceeds from the show are earmarked to benefit the Mio AuSable varsity baseball and football programs. more
MIO — Even though spring technically started on March 20, several people, including the owners of North Country Realty in Mio, have their doubts. more
Signs of spring [Photo gallery]
MIO — Even though there was still snow on the ground on Tuesday, April 5, these trees outside St. Mary Catholic Church in Mio serve as a reminder that warmer temperatures may not be far behind. more
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