September 16, 2014
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Second-grader Ava Stinson selects a teacher’s …
Surline Elementary School received $1,000 in gift cards from Walmart Sept. 5. Students selected 20 teachers’ names from a bucket, and each one received a $50 gift card from the retail giant. The money is to be spent on items necessary for their classes. Some of the teachers also participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge to wrap up the welcoming assembly. more
MILLS TWP. — A search for an alleged escaped inmate from Isabella County in Mills Township was called off Friday morning when it was learned that the inmate had been picked up in Midland County. more
Members of the Pioneer Power Antique Tractor and …
Heading to the bridge [Photo gallery]
Members of the Pioneer Power Antique Tractor and Gas Engine Club headed north to Mackinaw Thursday to participate in the annual Mackinac Bridge Antique Tractor Crossing. The group will drive their tractors across the bridge Friday, Sept. 5. The group met at Tractor Supply Thursday morning and received a police escort through town on their way north. more
A worker installs the sign on the front of the …
WEST BRANCH — Crews are putting the finishing touches on the new Save-A-Lot store in West Branch, which is scheduled to open next week. more
Rochelle Dobrowolski of Chesterfield shakes with …
WEST BRANCH — The Mutt March will return to Irons Park Sept. 6 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. to celebrate the Ogemaw County Humane Society’s five years in business. According to Assistant Manager … more
Sean Dennis, of Grand Blanc, uses his balloon, …
HALE — The annual Hot Air Balloon Festival will return to Hale at the Iosco County Fairgrounds Sept. 6. According to Hale Yes organizer Kathy Alward, this year the event has changed from a … more
Mayor Todd Thompson speaks at a meeting in …
WEST BRANCH — West Branch Mayor Todd Thompson resigned from his seat Tuesday, Sept. 2. more
Kacie Vliet, 12, Mary Branum, 12, and Bailey …
Back to the books [Photo gallery]
Students headed back to school Tuesday morning, as summer came to a close and classes resumed. more
Greg Schwartz (right) of West Branch chips onto …
WEST BRANCH – The West Branch Country Club held its annual couples’ event on Monday, Sept. 1. Despite the foggy, rainy conditions, 44 people registered for the event. more
Part of Houghton Avenue was blocked off Monday …
A severe thunderstorm that passed through Ogemaw County in the afternoon on Labor Day caused some slight damage in downtown West Branch. Crews had to remove a branch that had broken from a tree and fallen onto Houghton Avenue near Valley Street. Did you see damage in your neighborhood from the storm? Let us know in the comments. more
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