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MIO — The Woodland Lodge was the site for the Chamber of Commerce for Oscoda County's Fall Wine Tasting and Silent Auction on Saturday, Nov. 5. The event featured wines from wineries in Rose City, Traverse City, and Alpena, as well as hors d'oeuvres. Several baskets of items were also up for bid in a silent auction. more
FAIRVIEW — Children dressed up in their Halloween best at the Trunk-or-Treat gathering Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Oscoda County Fairgrounds. Praxis Church in Fairview sponsored the event. more
ATLANTA — The Montmorency-Oscoda-Alpena Solid Waste Management Authority Board took time from its Oct. 14 meeting to honor former Oscoda County Commissioner Dennis Kauffman for his contributions to the board. more
FAIRVIEW — A craft show, an old fashioned carnival, a classic car show, and a chicken barbecue dinner were among the activities in store for those people attending Fairview Area Schools' Eagle Festival on Saturday, Oct. 8. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Fairview athletic department. more
MIO — Molly Harwood and Nick Lashley were crowned as the 2011 Mio AuSable Homecoming Queen and King during halftime of the Thunderbolts' varsity football game against AuGres-Sims. more
FAIRVIEW — A parade made its way through the streets of Fairview on the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 7, to kick off the school's Eagle Festival. The parade route started at Boney Park and ended at the Fairview school building. more
LEWISTON — The St. Francis Parish Hall was the site for the 14th annual Lewiston Area Chamber of Commerce Harvest Auction on Saturday, Oct. 1. The event featured a buffet dinner, wine and cheese tasting, and silent and live auctions. more
CURRAN — The annual Curran Black Bear Festival took place Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Mitchell Township Hall. Events at the festival included a parade, a classic car show, and several arts and crafts exhibits. more
MIO — Mio AuSable students gathered in Mio Elementary's Peer Mentoring Room on Thursday, Sept. 22, to write letters and draw greeting cards, which will be sent to the men and women serving the United States in the armed forces. more
FAIRVIEW — Fairview Area Schools staff members were ready to greet students on the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 7, as Fairview students returned to class for the start of the 2011-12 school year. more
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