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WEST BRANCH — The West Branch City Council voted 4-2 at its April 18 meeting to approve a new one-year contract extension for City Manager Heather Grace. more
OGEMAW COUNTY — A millage renewal for Ogemaw County Public Transit is likely on hold until August 2018. more
ROSE CITY — A fire that destroyed a home on Townline Road in Rose City was likely caused by a stray spark according to Rose City Fire Chief Ron Vaughn. The fire occurred after noon Sunday, … more
Sheriff Howie Hanft's police vehicle shows an 'In …
WEST BRANCH — The city police cars will not carry a decal reading “In God We Trust,” after the city council chose to let the matter die without action at its April 18 meeting. more
WEST BRANCH — A 46-year-old Garden City man was arrested April 16 after police allegedly discovered 9 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle during a traffic stop. more
Veterans Museum caretaker Chuck Puzjak, WB-RC …
WEST BRANCH — Ogemaw County veterans will hold a dinner and auction April 28 to help raise money to construct an addition on the Ogemaw County Veterans Museum at the Ogemaw County Fairgrounds. more
West Branch resident Rick Lazo checks out Ian …
WEST BRANCH-As the sun set on April 16 the sidewalks began to fill at the Spring Art Walk and Wine Tasting in Downtown West Branch. Area businesses opened its doors to the warm weather and guests … more
The pinwheels, as seen here, were on display but …
WEST BRANCH — St. Joseph Catholic School students grades kindergarten through second visited the Ogemaw County Building on April 15 as part of Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Ogemaw County … more
Bob McGregor dances next to Heather Cook of West …
More than $8,500 was raised at the first Man Auction at the West Branch Country Club Thursday to benefit the West Branch fireworks. People packed the country club to bid on packages offered by several area men at the fundraiser. more
Kaylee Burton, Brianna Tierney, Felecia Ball, …
WEST BRANCH — Surline Elementary School was full with students, family and friends on Thursday, April 14. The math and science night included performances from students, educational presentations about area bats and various other activities like visiting with a therapy dog and making balloon animals. more
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