January 29, 2020
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A supplemental summer food program for families in need of assistance is already helping those in the COOR ISD school district. more
Cedar Valley Wild Frontier Fun Park hosted a free day July 11 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. ... more
Consumers Energy is warning customers that severe weather tonight may lead to significant power outages across the Northern Lower Peninsula. more
The Oscoda County Commissioners voted to set aside $650 to pay for a new campaign that will advertise local recreation opportunities to residents and visitors across the county. more
The Oscoda County Board of Commissioners restructured the county Economic Development Corporation board to consist of fewer members than it was previously required to have. more
After 70 years Fairview Food Market has remained an integral part of the community and is soon to host a celebratory event to mark the occasion. The Oscoda County Herald sat down with current owner of the family business Dan Swartzendruber to look back on his fondest memories over the years, and talk about the impact the store has made on the community in the last seven decades. more
A six-month review of the new emergency medical services director resulted in a $1,000 pay raise at the June 12 board of commissioners meeting. more
Although the overcast skies threatened to rain on the Luzerne Independence Day parade, floats and riders were able to stay warm and dry during the holiday event. more
The annual Luzerne Independence Day celebration is returning July 6 to downtown Luzerne. As always there is no charge for entry to the event, but vendors will have a cost associated. more
The Mio Chargers youth football program is changing to an eight-man league from the standard 11-man. more
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