September 21, 2014
Local News
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Area missionaries Bob and Susan Hegel eat a meal …
MIO — For more than 20 years the Mio United Methodist Church has been turning its annual soup and pie day into a charity for different local and international organizations, according to organizer Sally Galer of Fairview. more
Denise Agius, organizer of the Nature’s Best …
FAIRVIEW — The long-running Nature’s Best Farmers Market held in Fairview on Saturdays during the summer months could be in its last year, according to organizer Denise Agius. more
Judy Anderson of Albuquerque, New Mexico (right) …
FAIRVIEW – The Steiner Museum held its annual Quilt Show Sept. 13, showcasing nearly a dozen local and antique quilts. The event was free to the public, although donations were accepted. The money raised benefits the Steiner Museum. more
Employees at area businesses, like the Mio Pizza …
OSCODA COUNTY – The state of Michigan increased minimum wage from $7.40 to $8.15 Sept. 1, and those in Oscoda County are having mixed feelings about the change. more
Michael Kososky (81), a 2009 alumnus of the Mio …
MIO — The Mio AuSable Thunderbolts alumni football team crushed the Atlanta Huskies alumni during the fourth annual Mio-Atlanta Alumni Game Aug. 30. more
Aaron Joseph Tompkins
MIO — A Mio man could get 10 years in prison for the alleged breaking and entering of an area business. more
There are less than 24 hours left to sign up for the MiVirtualCareerFair, a state-sponsored, online career fair to be held Aug. 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more
Elizabeth Shea of Mio catches Anthony Kachiros of …
MIO — Organizers for the OC Riverfest in Mio held their first parade in what they hope will become an annual event Aug. 23. more
The Mio Veterans of Foreign Wars prepare for the …
MIO — The first in what organizers hope to be an annual event, the OC Riverfest, will take place Aug. 22-23 throughout Mio, according to organizers Brandy Wright and Mike Smith. more
John Martin
OSCODA COUNTY — Court officials have completed passing down sentences —ranging from probation to four years in prison — to four Mio residents arrested in 2013 for a meth cooking incident, according to Oscoda County Prosecuting Attorney Cassie Morse-Bills. more
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