December 2, 2016
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There was a full house at the Christmas in the …
EDWARDS TWP. - The Edwards Township Hall was bustling with activity and excitement as large crowds gathered for the second annual Christmas in the Country concert Dec. 2. The concert was held with … more
The lack of snow this year didn't stop Santa …
ROSE CITY - Rose City hosted its annual Christmas tree lighting celebration Dec. 1. The event offered the opportunity to each of the children attending to receive a goodie bag and be entered into … more
Claire Laurenz does her best to keep the ball …
Current and former students, volunteers and staff members took to the basketball court Thursday with some furry friends, as Ogemaw Heights High School hosted the annual donkey basketball game to raise money for FFA. more
Quinci Inmon of the Youth Advisory Council team …
WEST BRANCH — Hooves will hit the floors of the Ogemaw Heights High School gymnasium for the annual FFA Donkey Basketball Fundraiser Dec. 1. “If you are looking for a real good time where you … more
WEST BRANCH — An unusual story became a little bit more bizarre Wednesday when a man fled after being struck by a Michigan State Police patrol car in a crosswalk. more
After leaving the road the vehicle rolled down a …
WEST BRANCH — A rollover accident on northbound I-75 sent the female driver to the hospital Nov. 23. more
Board member Linda Dahn comments about Anthony …
WHITTEMORE — The Whittemore-Prescott school board voted to hold the charges against middle school girls and varsity boys basketball coach Anthony Bell in abeyance and allow him to remain in his position at a special meeting Nov. 22. more
OGEMAW COUNTY — The Ogemaw County EMS Authority is again without a director after the EMS Authority Board voted to remove Director Joel Yonkman during a meeting Nov. 22. more
WEST BRANCH — Despite the excitement of many area residents and plenty of rumors, it appears as if Meijer will not be building a store in West Branch in the near future. more
WHITTEMORE — According to Superintendent Joe Perrera, the Whittemore-Prescott Board of Education has scheduled a special meeting for Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. to address the disciplinary action against … more
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