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Roscommon resident Donnelle Napier was named the …
ROSCOMMON — Roscommon resident Donnelle Napier was appointed to the Kirtland Community College Board of Trustees during an April 10 meeting, according to college officials. more
A section of river directly under Mio Dam shows …
OSCODA COUNTY — Upwards of four inches of rain over April 13 and 14 have caused near record high river level flooding along the AuSable River, according to experts with the National Weather Service in Gaylord. more
A U.S. Forest Service ranger walks away from a …
OSCODA COUNTY — U.S. Forest Service officials have announced prescribed burns will take place sometime this spring on Forest Service lands in Oscoda County. more
Oscoda County Treasurer William Kendall explains …
MIO — Oscoda County Treasurer William Kendall told county commissioners April 8 that the county has $1,488,315 in unpaid taxes for 2013 — or 11.6 percent of the county’s total 2013 assessment of $12,830,293. more
An Oscoda County youth has a chance meeting with …
OSCODA COUNTY — A whole host of events recognizing Easter, April 20, will be taking place all over Oscoda County. more
Members of the Tri-Town Fire Department use …
MIO — A Mio man suffered singed hair and minor burns — but refused medical treatment — after a propane explosion occurred in his RV camper, according to Tri-Town Fire Department Chief Ron Bruner. more
The Eastern Massasauga river rat, seen here …
OSCODA COUNTY — A $10 million study by Central Michigan University into the Eastern Massasauga river rat, an endangered Michigan river-dwelling rodent which once thrived on the backwaters of the AuSable River, has been concluded by university officials. more
STANDISH — The 23rd Circuit Court will be served by one circuit judge at the beginning of 2015 due to a 2012 state law reorganizing the court system and Judge Ronald Bergeron’s decision not to file for re-election this year. more
OSCODA COUNTY — The Oscoda County Youth Advisory Council received funding from the Oscoda County Board of Commissioners to operate a county youth program after the closing of the Michigan State University Extension service. more
OSCODA COUNTY — With support for Microsoft’s long-running and popular PC operating system known as Windows XP due to end April 8, Oscoda County is gearing up to replace computers and equipment, according to Information Technology Director Dan Kauffman. more
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