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No decision yet on Marion farmer’s case

No decision yet on Marion farmer’s case

More than 100 people crammed into the tiny Missaukee Courtroom last Friday to hear farmer Mark Bakers complaint against the Department of Natural Resources. The DNR fined Baker $700,000 for…

Wilkerson named EM chief at McLaren

Daniel Wilkerson, MD, Board Certified in Emergency Medicine, recently began his employment at McLaren Central Michigan as the Director of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Wilkerson attended medical school at Wayne State…

No E coli found in Harrison’s Budd Lake

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent Budd Lake Association members reported that water quality testing returned with positive results, noting that E coli was not detected and the waters continue to demonstrate…

“Sleddin’ at the Jack” Comes to Farwell

“Sleddin’ at the Jack” Comes to Farwell

By Steve Landon Just because its summer doesn’t mean it’s not snowmobile season, in fact summertime is the best time to get out and meet fellow enthusiasts, look at sleds…

Riverwalk Place Brings Rockin’ Music To Town

The small town of Gladwin, Michigan has produced some very talented musicians, one of them being Brenda Loomis. Brenda Loomis returns to her hometown on Saturday, July 27 to perform…

Evening Post set to open

Evening Post set to open

Clare native Tracy Bolle is reopening a Clare landmark. What was once Bob’s Lounge on Fourth Street in Clare will now be the “Evening Post Bar and Grill.” “We will…

Farwell Farmer’s Market is growing!

By Pat Maurer Correspondent                             Farwell’s Farmer’s Market has already doubled in just their second year of…

Colorado company hopes to build gas processing plant in Hamilton Twp.

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent DCP Midstream LP, formerly known as Duke Energy Field Services, LP, is a Denver, Colorado based energy company.  The group has submitted a proposal to the…

Treasurer asks BOC to make fees uniform

Treasurer asks BOC to make fees uniform

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent County Treasurer Jenny Beemer-Fritzinger suggested the County Board of Commissioners set a fee schedule for services such as copying and faxing, to keep them uniform across…

Monopoly campaign features Harrison’s Vozar

Monopoly campaign features Harrison’s Vozar

The MONOPOLY® Game at McDonald’s  returns to make the most of summer by bringing Michigan residents one-in-four odds of winning, multiple ways to play and two $1 million prizes. There’s…