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WEST BRANCH — The Ogemaw County Road Commission is currently wrapping up its summer projects and getting prepared for the fast-approaching winter season more
The new Uncle Kracker album entitled Happy Hour.
HALE — During this past Independence Day, Hale and Long Lake got its first taste of the film industry as part-time local celebrity Uncle Kracker shot “Smile,” the first video from his first … more
"Only a Real Man" — the second CD released by …
MOUNT PLEASANT — David MacLaren and Jesse Brennan have been performing what they call acoustic CoRoPo, their blend of country, rock and pop music, together since 2005 and Saturday marks the … more
EDWARDS TOWNSHIP — In 2007, Edwards Township Clerk Douglas Brewer filed a complaint with the Michigan State Tax Commission after he became suspicious of Robert Kartes’, township assessor at that time, assessments of some of Kartes’ family members. more
Updated Oct. 6 at 9:19 a.m.
WEST BRANCH — The city council voted unanimously to raise sewer rates, as well as provide a water rate reduction to customers whose usage is 0-10,000 gallons during its Oct. 5 meeting. more
WEST BRANCH — A partnership between West Branch-Rose City Area Schools and Houghton Lake Community Schools could prove to be cost effective for the both districts. more
OGEMAW AND IOSCO COUNTY — Area schools continue to lose students each year, directly affecting the largest source of income for each respective institution. According to the school aid bill, … more
The 2009 OHHS homecoming king and queen were Todd …
WEST BRANCH — Ogemaw Heights High School crowned its 2009 homecoming king and queen Sept. 2, during halftime of the Falcon's homecoming football game against North Branch. more
WEST BRANCH — The Downtown Street Fair has been canceled due to poor weather conditions this weekend. more
Front Row: Dale Peters, WBAWWTPA Treasurer, Jane …
WEST BRANCH — After being pushed back to obtain a lower interest rate — 2.5-percent instead of 2.625-percent — the Wastewater Treatment Plant authority held a special meeting on Oct. 1 to close on finances with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development for the new treatment plant and sewer lines. more
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