September 14, 2017 RSS feed / News

Domestic assault arrests made in Village, Roscommon Township

During the late evening hours of Sept. 7, Michigan State Police troopers from the Houghton Lake Post were dis­patched to an assault in progress in the Village of Roscommon.  More...

Gerrish Township board hears report from Commissioner Melvin

The Gerrish Township Board Tues­day learned about projects and programs overseen by Roscommon County. Board members heard a presentation from Ken Melvin, a Roscommon County commis­sioner and township resident.  More...

ID theft, assault reported to RCSO

A South Branch woman reported a complaint of possible identity theft to the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office.  The woman reported she learned of an outstanding debt to DTE when she had applied for a home loan.  More...

Denton Township pickleball courts to be dedicated Sept. 20

What in the world is pickleball?  That’s the question making the rounds in all four Houghton Lake town­ships. The answer? Pickleball is the fast­est growing game in the United States. More...

Friday senior program focuses on hearing, bed shakers

The Roscommon Community Senior Center, 510 South St., has started a new program area for seniors and other inter­ested parties.  Once a month on a Friday, there will be free programs relating to health and safety issues presented by paramedics a More...

County building, courthouse closed Sept. 22 for emergency training

The Roscommon County Courthouse and County Building will be closed Fri­day, Sept. 22.  Roscommon County Emergency Services and county employees will be conducting an active violence training scenario.  The buildings will reopen Sept. 25. More...

School year get soff to ‘good,’ ‘great’ start, principals say

The Houghton Lake Community Schools Board of Education held its first meeting Monday since the 2017-18 school year began, reviewing an ongo­ing topic in closed session and receiving reports on the start of the new year.  More...

Correction

A Sept. 7 Resorter story about Roscommon Township reported on com­ments made by JoJean Thompson, certi­fied substance abuse prevention special­ist with Up North Prevention, made at the board’s Sept. More...

Rendon announces state Senate run, plans luncheon

Lake City Republican Bruce Rendon has announced he plans to run for the 35th State Senate seat in the 2018 elec­tion.  More...

Garbage fees stay same in Denton

Denton Township residents received some good news for their wallets at the regular meeting Sept. More...

MEMORIAL GUEST

State Rep. Daire Rendon of Lake City (103rd District), hosted Roscom­mon County Sheriff’s Deputy Jonah Schuette as her guest for the Michigan House’s annual Sept. 11 Memorial Service, held Sept. 7 at the Capitol. More...

Screws reportedly removed from road end dock

A Lyon Township man filed a mali­cious destruction of property report to the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office because the dock he installed at a road end had screws taken out of some sec­tions.  More...

125 BANDS LINED UP

Dancers at Earthwork Farm in Missaukee County go wild to the music of Jesse Ray and the Carolina Catfish during the 2016 Earthwork Har­vest Gathering music festival. More...

Conservation Expo set for Sept. 23

The 12th Annual Conservation Expo will be held Sept. 23 at the AuSable Riv­er Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  More...

Five seek Lake supervisor post

Lake Township residents got a chance to meet the five candidates seeking to be appointed as the township’s new super­visor during the regular monthly meet­ing of the township board Sept. 12. More...

Correction: After-hours tonight

The Resorter had the wrong date for the an after-hours planned at the Roscommon County Genealogical Society.  The society is planning the event for tonight (Thursday, Sept. 14), not last week as reported in last week’s Resorter.  More...

Community members asked to assess buildings in survey

Families and other residents with­in the Houghton Lake Community Schools district will be asked to take a survey about the needs of the district as it looks forward to the future needs of students.  More...

LAMBERG ROTARIAN OF THE YEAR

Houghton Lake Rotarian Dr. Rhonda Lamberg (left) was recently named Rotarian of the Year by 2016-17 Rotary President Jim VanSice (right). More...

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