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Avid gardners ply their trade year around

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Some consider gardening addicts lucky. While the rest of us shiver in winter, they warm up studying seed and flower catalogues as snow flies. Of course,…

10 projects you can do on the weekend

10 projects you can do on the weekend

When the rat race keeps you busy Monday through Friday, you really need to make your weekends count. Owning a home means ongoing maintenance to keep your house in tiptop…

Harrison softball opens season with Grayling sweep

Harrison softball opens season with Grayling sweep

By Ben Murphy Timely hitting. Strong pitching. Some good defense. It may have been its first doubleheader of the season but the Harrison softball team opened up the year well,…

Farwell students of the month

Farwell students of the month

Pictured left to right:  Freshman, Kaylee Shook; Sophomore, John Adams; Junior, Aubree Hooper; and Senior, Marissa Ingram.…

MMCC to assist veterans

Veterans at Mid Michigan Community College (MMCC) will have access to a new program launched by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency and the Michigan College Access Network. The program, Michigan…

Knife wielding man arrested in mother’s death – Also suspected of stabbing father

Knife wielding man arrested in mother’s death – Also suspected of  stabbing father

By Jennifer Bomorra Correspondent Scott Pouillon of Owosso, has been charged in his mother’s death and father’s severe injuries caused by knife wounds in their Greenwood Township home. On Sunday…

Parade tractor a tribute to Sydney

Parade tractor a tribute to Sydney

By Jennifer Bomorra Correspondent During the Clare Irish Festival parade this past Saturday, you might have noticed a pink painted tribute tractor as part of the line up with the…

Supervisor says petition to recall Hayes Twp. Clerk is circulating

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Hayes Township Supervisor Terry Acton has little faith Clerk Nancy Austin will be up to snuff to meet the township board’s expectations by May to continue…

St. Paddy’s busy night for Mt. Pleasant cops

St. Patrick’s Day festivities started out uneventful but quickly turned into a busy night for Mt. Pleasant police officers, who responded to a number of complaints into Wednesday morning. From…

Student raises $470 for family in fire

Student raises $470 for family in fire

Late last month, a family from Farwell Area Schools lost everything to a devastating house fire. One 8th grade student, JD Pakledinaz, knew they needed help, and came up with…