October 15, 2018
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A proposed social media policy for county employees and elected officials has been tabled for discussion at a later date. more
Oscoda County CHOICES is stepping in to keep the Together We Can Mobile Food Pantry from folding. more
BS & A Software will be providing the county with a new suite of programs for its treasurer’s and equalization departments to use. more
Mio AuSable High School is looking for volunteers to help with a project the school has assigned to its seniors. more
The Oscoda County Gun Owners Association is hosting an inaugural turkey shoot event to raise funds for its prospective shooting range. more
The Oscoda County Board of Commissioners seems to have solved the issue surrounding the construction of a new road to the homes surrounding the county airport. more
The Mio Department of Health and Human Services recently received a donation of 14 duffel bags from a new charity aimed at providing foster children with possessions to call their own. more
The Black Bear Festival returned Sept. 29 to Curran with a car show, bake sale, cake walk and more. more
Area families descended on the Tri-Town Fire Department Saturday for the department’s annual open house. Smokey Bear and Fire Pup were on hand, and there were several activities for kids to participate in. more
By Scott Nunn NORTHERN MICHIGAN — A weather system with strong wind gusts has created spotty power outages around the region, according to the Consumers Energy website. In Oscoda County 12.6 … more
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