November 17, 2019
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While on the outside Fairview Food Market may look brand new, the inside of the store is still not ready to reopen. more
The Luzerne American Legion will be receiving a fresh coat of paint inside, and some new light fixtures as part of a small renovation aimed at revitalizing the facility. more
The Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency donated more than 270,000 hours’ worth of service to its constituents in 11 local counties in 2018. more
MIO — Michigan State University Extension employees are attempting to raise funds in order to bring an AmeriCorps educator to the county. more
No decision was made when county commissioners discussed raising the fees required to rent out the county fairgrounds at its June 27 commissioners meeting. more
Walking around the yard of Michael Peychich’s homestead, stepping over free range chickens, duck eggs, turtles and other little critters, one realizes that this may not be paradise, but it’s pretty darn close to it. more
This year Project Connect increased the number of people served by more than 100, and distributed well over 10 pallets full of food to area residents. more
The Northern Michigan Relief sale is returning to the Oscoda County Fairgrounds this weekend, and proceeds will be donated to various charitable causes around the world. more
Funding coming in for the planned expansion at the Steiner Museum has slowed, but Museum Historical Commissioner Chairman Norm Caldwell said a Consumers Energy grant that was recently applied for may provide the boost needed to fund it. more
The Mio Library hosted a Harry Potter themed party July 31 for lovers of the book and movie series. more
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