January 28, 2020
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FAIRVIEW —Fairview Food Market may reopen while it is still technically winter, but it will probably be sometime in March rather than February, as previously hoped. more
OSCODA COUNTY – For any board of commissioners there will always be ups and downs, triumphs and challenges and Commissioner Chuck Varner took a look back at 2019 to .... more
CRAWFORD COUNTY — Two men were arrested in Crawford County Friday, Jan. 10 after a woman arrested for stealing a vehicle alleged she escaped from a residence on Roberta Drive in Crawford County where she was being forced to clean the ... more
Northern Michigan — January is National Blood Donor Month. Donations are typically down this time of year so local drives are scheduled in early winter to help promote ... more
Imagine a loved one needing a lifesaving organ. Imagine that loved one is a child - your niece or nephew, your co-worker's child or a child in a neighboring town. more
WEST BRANCH— Ogemaw Heights football coach Jack Vliet knew Jere Getzinger was a rare football talent at a young age. “When he started coming out to the high school weight .. more
MIO — Oscoda County residents and visitors turned out Jan. 2 to have a first look at The Farm Kitchen.The community has been following the progress of the red-roofed ... more
GRAYLING — The Herald recently toured Kirtland Community College’s Grayling campus, including its latest addition, the Michigan Forest Products Institute, and ... more
Teams of seniors and staff joined forces to play several games of volleyball Nov. 13 to raise money for a Mio AuSable High School senior class trip to Cedar Point ... more
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