September 22, 2018
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Residents once again passed the sheriff’s equipment millage at the polls Aug. 7. more
The Oscoda County Childcare Fund will need to have more money added to its budget before the end of the year if it is to remain in the black. more
Residents once again passed the county veterans affairs millage at the polls Aug. 7, this time with more than twice the number votes for than against. more
County voters have cleared house and elected an entirely new board of commissioners to start in 2019. more
According to the most recent timeline available to the Herald, the rebuild project for the new county building is already a month behind schedule. more
Fairview Area Schools has changed the hours students are required to be present for classes starting this fall. more
The Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment Center is currently in the process of planning an expansion that will allow the facility to better serve certain children age 10 and younger. more
After a recent fundraiser, the Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment Center has raised more than $4,000 for itself. more
Six more trees in the county park have died of oak wilt, Commissioner Larry Wilson said at the Aug. 14 commissioners meeting. more
District Health Department No. 2 will be purchasing the building that it has been renting for nearly 30 years in order to solidify its position in the county for the future. more
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