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NORTHERN MICHIGAN — Fall is often a time for people to start cleaning up their yards and burning the debris. It is also a time of extreme fire danger, say personnel from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. more
Madison, right, and Mitchell Schimmer of Oscoda …
COMINS — The third annual Comins Pumpkin Festival filled the grounds of the Skyline Event Center Oct. 3 with families getting ready for autumn. more
COMINS — The third annual Comins Pumpkin Festival, slated to take place Oct. 3, will feature everything from fresh apple cider to a chance to purchase trees for one’s yard. more
A massive fire eats its way through Luzerne’s …
LUZERNE — A fire destroyed Ma Deeters, a Luzerne eatery and bar that has been operating in the county since 1921, during the early morning hours of Oct. 1, said Luzerne Fire Chief Duane Roddy. more
The American woodcock is just one game animal …
ATLANTA — Many grouse and American woodcock hunters learn how to do it from those who learned it from someone else. So taking up the hunting activity, for which the season opened up earlier this month, can be taxing for a novice with no knowledge. more
STANDISH –– High school seniors will have the chance to meet with potential college representatives at Standish-Sterling Central High School’s annual college night Oct. 6. The event will … more
Sandy Scheel demonstrates how to make dresses for …
WEST BRANCH — The return of the annual Quilt Walk Oct. 1-3 will showcase hundreds of handmade quilts in downtown businesses and offer community members the chance to pick the brains of those who created them. more
ROSCOMMON — Representatives from more than 40 colleges and universities will come together Sept. 30 for Kirtland Community College’s annual College Night, giving those looking to pursue higher education the chance to browse what options the state has to offer. more
Parade grand marshals Marian Martin, left, and …
CURRAN — The grounds of the Mitchell Township Hall was brimming with people Sept. 26 during the 11th annual Curran Black Bear Festival. more
Maggie and Pat Olk of Dearborn Heights look over …
CHURCHILL TWP. — The 16th annual Northern Michigan Lamb and Wool Festival is slated to return to the Ogemaw County Fairgrounds Sept. 25-27 to offer both first-time knitters and the most weathered of weavers the chance to sharpen their skills, said Festival Guru Jeanie Prentice. more
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