November 19, 2017
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Some black bears showed up at the 2016 festival …
The 13th annual Curran Black Bear Festival will return Saturday, Sept. 30, with a classic car show, parade, arts and crafts show, a cake walk and many other activities for the whole family. more
Emily Flint, 7, gives Smokey Bear a high five.
The Tri Town Fire Department welcomed community members to come out and see its trucks and fire barn in Mio Sept. 23. more
Adrian Anderson
The Oscoda County Sheriff’s Department gained a new deputy Sept. 11 when Adrian Anderson joined the force. more
Two people were taken to Munson Healthcare Grayling Hospital for treatment of injuries following a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Miller Road and Abbe Road Sept. 17. more
The Tri-Town Fire Department will host its third open house Saturday, Sept. 23, to get local children and families more familiar with the department as a whole. more
Emergency vehicles are lined up on M-33 where the …
A two-car accident Sept. 15 resulted in the deaths of 71-year-old Thomas Bialek and 50-year-old Michelle Devoll, both of Luzerne. Four other occupants were injured as a result of the accident, which occurred on M-33 north of Mio near James Drive in Big Creek Township. more
The Oscoda County Park Board is hosting its first Halloween Camping Weekend Sept. 22-24 for families to enjoy an early holiday with costumes, trick-or-treating and themed contests. more
Each year on Cedar Day, hundreds of seedlings are planted along the Au Sable River in order to help re-establish the population of Michigan’s native northern white cedars, and this year the day will be held Sept. 16. more
Thomas Christopher Schweizer
A Mio man was sentenced to 150 months to 30 years in prison in 23rd Circuit Court Sept. 12 after being found guilty by a jury previously of criminal sexual conduct. more
The 23rd annual Au Sable River Cleanup takes place each year on the Saturday after Labor Day. This year, the cleanup will take place Sept. 9 and will cover the entire length of the river. more
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