October 30, 2014
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Big Creek Township officials voted to raze the …
MIO — The Northwoods Club of Luzerne will be razed after a unanimous decision by the Big Creek Township Board of Trustees Oct. 21. Trustee Kristi MacGregor cast the motion to raze the club … more
A pad of oak wilt fungus inside of a live oak …
MICHIGAN — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Forest Service have banded together to fight oak wilt in the state’s red oak trees, according to Roger Mech of the DNR. more
Fourth-grader Trennen Smith poses for a picture …
MIO — Mio-AuSable Schools Class of 2017 hosted a Halloween dance for third, fourth and fifth grade students Oct. 25. The night also featured a goblin guessing game, creepy creature toss, sucker grams and more. The money raised will be used for the Class of 2017’s prom and graduation. more
Madison Slagle (middle), 4, of Alaska, takes a …
GRAYLING — For the ninth year, Tom Cojocar is converting his 10 acres near Grayling into the Forest of Fear this Halloween season. more
A Mio home is decorated for Halloween.
OSCODA COUNTY — Those looking for something to do on Halloween will have no trouble finding an event in Oscoda County this year. more
Roger Stitt, right, the post commander for the …
MIO — Dozens of Oscoda County residents came together Oct. 18 at a benefit dinner to support Mio native Kim Stitt, who suffered from a debilitating stroke in July. more
OSCODA COUNTY — The 2014 County Health Rankings, released by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, reveals that Oscoda County has room to improve in several areas of personal health. more
Experts say more normal winter weather could …
OSCODA COUNTY — A long, bitter winter coupled with an unexpected propane shortage caused many people to feel the pinch from their heating bills last year, but if forecasts hold true, this winter could be a different story. more
Before bagging a buck, deer hunters will need to …
MICHIGAN — A new policy implemented by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources in the spring requiring all hunters to purchase a base license is starting to create some upset hunters as rifle season for deer approaches. more
A worker from Mio’s Blair’s Service works to …
MIO — No one was injured after a pontoon boat slid off a trailer onto M-33, said deputies from the Oscoda County Sheriff Department. more
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