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ROSE CITY — Police have arrested eight and are searching for three more in connection with a methamphetamine manufacturing ring across Ogemaw and Iosco Counties. more
Robert Boerner
MIO — Oscoda County District 3 Commissioner Robert Boerner — who is charged with three felonies, including child sexually abusive activity — was denied bond during a probable cause hearing Aug. 3, and the special prosecutor assigned to the case said more charges may be coming. more
Participants battled for space during the La Mans …
The AuSable River was alive from Grayling to Oscoda with the 62nd annual Weyerhaeuser AuSable River Canoe Marathon. More than 90 teams and 5,000 spectators turned out for the event. more
A 35-year-old Mio woman is facing delivery charges after being arrested following an investigation from the Strike Team Investigative Narcotics Group. more
Susan Avery with the winning bidder of the quilt she made based on the Very Hungry Caterpillar book. This quilt raised $425 for the Relief Sale and was part of the Color Challenge group. more
Sofia and Blake Ill of Mio pose for a picture …
LUZERENE — Kids lined up to meet Santa himself on Dec. 10 between noon and 2 p.m. at the Mio Moose Lodge annual Lunch with Santa event. more
The walkers make their way down 10th Street …
MIO — The 10th annual Badges for a Cause 5K Run/Walk is scheduled to be held Saturday, Aug. 20, bringing hope to those battling cancer and raising funds for research, education and services. more
Shingles and siding hang from the 128-year-old …
MIO — County officials met Thursday morning to discuss the steps moving forward following a fire May 4 that destroyed the county courthouse. more
Clint Ifland of Peotone, Ill., is all smiles …
MIO — The 28th annual Mio Pond Fishing Tournament hosted by the Mio Masonic Lodge drew 48 anglers to the shores of the Au Sable River June 25-26. more
Public Act 288 is set to open up more ORV trails …
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — Off-road vehicle enthusiasts have reason to be excited about 2017. Public Act 288, formerly House Bill 5275, expands the usage of off road vehicles on state land and allows hunters to retrieve game with pack and saddle animals in designated areas. more
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