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After spending years gigging across the state then traveling to Nashville to record, Fairview high school senior Sydni Kann has released her first EP. more
The McKinley Fire Department has been training for the last month in order to be prepared to use its newly donated set of hydraulic shears. more
Irene Miller, a Holocaust survivor, author and educator, spoke about life during World War II at the Knights of Columbus Post 7329 in Mio Saturday, March 9. There were almost 100 people in … more
Mio Ausable first- through eighth-graders filled the school auditorium to listen to Michigan Chillers and American Chillers author Christopher Wright, who writes by the name Johnathan Rand, Thursday, … more
The Mio AuSable girls basketball team beat the Fairview Lady Eagles to advance to the district championship. more
MIO — After several local families were displaced due to a fire last February, the Loyal Riders Motorcycle Club and a couple other residents are stepping up ... more
MIO — This month the Oscoda County Library is giving residents some incentive to bury their nose in a book, with its March Is Reading Month 2019 Challenge. ... more
The Oscoda County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents to be more careful when deciding where to put the snow they’re removing from their property. more
A Fairview resident was sent to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries Feb. 27 at 10:30 a.m. as a result of a collision north of Mio on M-33. more
Despite a strong showing in its final game against Mio AuSable, the Fairview boys basketball team has closed out its season suffering three defeats. more
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