November 26, 2015
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Owen Smith of Mio (left) smiles for a photo with …
MIO — After 35 years of dedicated service to the Mio Masonic Lodge, Owen Smith of Mio was named Mason of the Year last week. more
The Yamaha ATV was completely destroyed by fire …
COMINS TWP. — Emergency personnel responded to an ATV fire at a Comins Township residence Tuesday afternoon that completely destroyed the four-wheeler but resulted in no injuries. more
Members of Northland Area Federal Credit Union …
MIO — The Christmas festivities are coming early with the annual Holiday Light Parade in downtown Mio. The event is scheduled for the first Saturday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 28. The parade will start at 6 p.m. more
MICHIGAN — Nearly a dozen premature deaths occur in Oscoda County annually that could have been prevented if residents had access to the same opportunities that affect their health, according to a study released Nov. 10 by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. more
A board on display at the open house showcases …
MIO — To celebrate National Adoption Day an informational booth will be established at the courthouse annex Nov. 24 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. to provide resources to residents interested in the prospect of adopting. more
1st Lt. John Grimshaw
ALPENA — After more than two decades of rising through the ranks, 1st Lt. John Grimshaw of the Michigan State Police will serve as the commander of the Alpena post. more
OSCODA COUNTY — A soon-to-be-released study has identified Oscoda County as one of 10 in Michigan that could be susceptible to an outbreak of HIV and hepatitis C diagnoses, said District Health Department No. 2 Health Officer Denise Bryan. more
U.S. Marine Mike Wesolowski Jr., right, salutes …
MIO — Mike Wesolowski Jr., a Missouri resident who spent his youth in Mio and Roscommon, came from a long line of military men, including his father, Mike Wesolowski Sr., who served as a U.S. Marine in Vietnam and on the Oscoda County Sheriff Department as a deputy for decades. more
Portions of the Mio Pond State Forest Campground …
MIO — Portions of the Mio Pond State Forest Campground and fishing site will undergo timber harvesting in the coming months in an effort to remove unhealthy trees and curb the spread of oak wilt. more
The driver of the Jeep suffered …
COMINS TWP. — A 58-year-old Mio man suffered non-life-threatening injuries after the vehicle he was driving went off the road and collided with a Consumers Energy pole Tuesday afternoon, said Oscoda County Sheriff Kevin Grace. more
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