December 2, 2016
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The Light-Hearted Quartet performed the popular …
WEST BRANCH - The Kiwanis Club of West Branch hosted its annual Variety Show at Ogemaw Heights High School auditorium Nov. 18 and 19. The show was broken into two acts - the first celebrating the … more
WHITTEMORE — Whittemore-Prescott varsity coach Anthony Bell has been suspended. more
WEST BRANCH —  The Ogemaw County Board of Commissioners voted 3-1 to table a request by Commissioner Brenda Simmons to reduce her own pay to $1 per year during its Nov. 10 meeting. more
EDWARDS TWP. — Trustee candidate Rose White has filed a petition requesting a recount of the Edwards Township precinct citing fraud as her reason for the request. more
While traveling westbound, this vehicle crossed …
WEST BRANCH TWP. — A two-vehicle accident in West Branch Township claimed the life of a Rose City man and sent another man to the hospital Nov. 16. “I have been an officer for more than 30 … more
John Curcio
STANDISH — A case that lasted close to two years in 23rd Circuit Court in Arenac County appears to be closed, as John Curcio, 47, was sentenced to prison for a minimum of 42 months and a maximum of 15 years Nov. 16. more
No injuries were sustained after a driver lost …
CUMMING TWP. — The Ogemaw County Sheriff’s Office responded to a rollover accident on Sage Lake Road at around 6 p.m. Nov. 15. According to Ogemaw County Sheriff Deputy Branden Kirby two … more
Ashley Link
STANDISH — Four defendants who pleaded guilty to maintaining a drug house in Arenac County were scheduled for sentencing Nov. 9, but one defendant did not appear at Wednesday’s hearing in 23rd Circuit Court in Standish. more
2016 Veteran of the Year Larry Boyce raises the …
ALGER - Community members and veterans were at the American Legion Post 370 in Alger Nov. 11 to honor Veteran of the Year Larry Boyce and to honor all veterans for Veterans Day. more
WEST BRANCH — City Manager Heather Grace told the Herald Friday that while a settlement was paid to former Department of Public Works employee John Delmotte in his wrongful termination case, the settlement did not actually cost taxpayers a dime. more
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