September 20, 2014
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LANSING — Ogemaw County Michigan State University Extension Director Fred Hinkley told the Ogemaw County Board of Commissioners on Oct. 22 that Governor Jennifer Granholm is considering vetoing the … more
WB-RC Superintendent Dave Marston presents WB-RC …
OGEMAW COUNTY — West Branch-Rose City Area Schools Transportation Supervisor Richard “Butch” Hart was awarded the Michigan Association for Pupil Transportation Supervisor of the Year 2009 at … more
PRESCOTT — Ogemaw County Treasurer and Land Bank Chairman Dwight McIntyre said on Oct. 15 that the county’s land bank authority isn’t currently planning to seize the old worn down grain … more
NORTHEAST MICHIGAN — Area residents that are unable to receive telephone service because they reside in unserved areas, might soon be able to obtain service if the Federal Communications Commission accepts a proposed plan. more
Updated Oct. 26 at 1:09 p.m.
WEST BRANCH — Ogemaw County commissioners voted 6-1 not to adopt the Clean Indoor Air Regulation, which would have banned smoking in workplaces and work vehicles, during their regular meeting on Oct. 22. more
WEST BRANCH — After 12 years as director of the West Branch Area Chamber of Commerce, Steve Leonard announced his resignation from the position Oct. 22. However, he said he plans to stay around at least until Nov. 10-11 to help with the transition. more
Schools closed due to illness as of 12 p.m. on …
NORTHEASTERN MICHIGAN — Those looking to protect themselves from the seasonal flu by getting a flu shot will have to receive the shot from private companies, because District Health Department No. 2 has officially run out of the vaccine. more
WEST BRANCH — The new Ogemaw County Jail, located on the corner of M-30 and Houghton Avenue across the street from the current county jail, will soon have all of its outer structure in place, as the roof is nearing completion. more
WEST BRANCH — A recent $36,000 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Develop-ment will be assisting the Ogemaw County Sheriff’s Office in the purchase of three new patrol cars. more
ROSE CITY — On Oct. 6 the Rose City Council voted to rescind a motion, passed at the prior meeting, to change the speed limit to 25 mph, from 35 mph, on East Main Street from the intersection at … more
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