February 11, 2016

WEST BRANCH — What wrecker service is called to the scene of an accident by Ogemaw County dispatchers has been a source of contention, as complaints have arisen about preferential treatment toward certain companies.

According to Bob Jones, owner of Silver Creek Auto., D & N Towing in Alger allegedly receives 90 percent of the dispatch calls in the area, a problem Jones claims didn’t occur when Nelson Smith, former owner of D & N was … more

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Au GRES — Deputies from the Arenac County Sheriff’s Department executed search warrants in Arenac and Ogemaw counties … more
LANSING — An amendment to Michigan Senate Bill 571 that was intended to prohibit local governments and school districts from … more
WEST BRANCH — Kurt and Leslie Jameson will be honored at the 11th annual bowling tournament in their name to be held at Ogemaw … more
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Lydia Kimball listens to her late son’s heartbeat through L.B. LaForce, who received it through a transplant, as her husband, Ward Kimball, looks on.
WEST BRANCH — Three months after their son died in a tragic car accident, parents Lydia and Ward Kimball got a chance to hear his heart beating once again.
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