December 15, 2019
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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
OSCODA — Andrew Triebold and Steve Lajoie won the 72nd Annual AuSable River Canoe Marathon, crossing the finish line just five seconds before second place finishers Guillaume Blais and Samuel Frigon. more
Former Detroit Lions and a professional golfer were guests at a golf outing benefiting Whittemore-Prescott athletics held at Cedar Valley Golf Club July 19. more
OSCODA COUNTY – Details are still unfolding, but search parties have located 2-year-old Gabriella Vitale. more
Several airplanes flew into Mio the morning of July 13 for the annual fly-in at the Dennis Kauffman Memorial Airport. ... more
GRAYLING — Kirtland Community College President Tom Quinn said declining regional population and enrollment were some of the factors that led to the board’s decision June 20 to relocate the … more
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