January 16, 2018
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The Sheriff's department held on to the …
The seventh annual Hoops for the House event will take place Jan. 27, and four teams will compete for the annual traveling trophy to raise funds and awareness for River House through a fun day of basketball. more
The participants gather on the court for a group …
The Knights of Columbus hosted the annual Youth Free Throw Championship Saturday, Jan. 13, at Fairview Area Schools. more
For those in the area with no clothing to wear to an interview, new job or special event, the Comins Community Church has a full supply of dress and business casual clothes at no charge. more
All kids who participated in the 2017 Free Throw …
Boys and girls aged 9-14 are invited to participate in the annual Youth Free Throw Championship Saturday, Jan. 13, hosted by the Knights of Columbus at Fairview Area Schools. more
The Oscoda County Sheriff Department will be offering a snowmobile safety class for kids older than 12 looking to take to the trails when snow finally settles on the ground this winter. more
A snow-coated tree lies near the Au Sable River …
The average daily temperatures for the month of December were below historical averages by roughly 3 degrees and aren’t expected to go up too much in the near future, according to Meteorologist Andy Sullivan of the National Weather Service. more
Take a look back at the 10 most-viewed stories on our website in 2017. more
A crew begins construction on fiber-optic cables …
M33 Access has begun to install fiber-optic cables in Mio and plans to offer faster internet speeds to residents once the Fiber to the Home project is completed in mid- to late spring. more
Cory McIntyre, 37, and Timothy Fuller, 56, were …
A lengthy investigation by the Strike Team Investigative Narcotics Group has culminated in the arrest of two Luzerne men for delivery of controlled substances. Cory McIntyre, 37, and Timothy … more
The map shows the core disease area of bovine …
MIO –– The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development will hold five informational meetings, one in Mio, in partnership with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources for cattle producers and the community to discuss changes regarding the bovine tuberculosis zoning order and on-farm biosecurity. more
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