June 2, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Rosco grads to receive diplomas

Graduation week activities are underway at Roscommon High School, culminating with commencement exercises Sunday. A baccalaureate service was scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the school auditorium, sponsored by the Jesus and Me Club. More...

Walk Sunday leads to alleged assault

Gerrish Township Police are investigating an alleged assault of two people that occurred Sunday evening on a roadway at Higgins Lake. More...

Video of teens found—Man tells police to get warrant, now faces charges

A Markey Township man was arrested by Roscommon County Sheriff’s deputies and will face arraignment June 6 on charges including eavesdropping, furnishing alcohol to minors and domestic violence in connection with a May 21 incident that arose dur More...

Steel drum band concert June 8 under gazebo

The Roscommon Steel Drum Band will perform at the gazebo on the CRAF Center lawn in Roscommon June 8 at 7 p.m. Initiated in 2001, the band is under the direction of Seth Kilbourn. More...

‘Fly Market’ featured at Dawn Patrol

A unique feature of this year’s annual Roscommon County Airport Dawn Patrol Sunday is the addition of a “Fly Market” for anyone wishing to sell any aviation related materials or aircraft parts. The Dawn Patrol starts at 7 a.m. More...

Mills, Owen top finishers in first Warbler Wobble

The first Warbler Wobble 5k/10k run took place in conjunction with this year’s Kirtland’s Warbler Festival May 21 at Kirtland Community College. More...

Bumppers blasts Pressure Crack, still three teams undefeated

A perfect night at the plate with two home runs by Walt Roy helped Bumppers defeat Pressure Crack 27-25 in the Houghton Lake Men’s Softball League Monday night. More...

Bobcats end regular season with tie at Kalkaska

After battling to a 4-4 first half tie the Houghton Lake Bobcat soccer squad shot 22 times at Kalkaska and failed to score a goal while Kalkaska had only one shot on goal. More...

FAMILY EVENT

Children were among the many that watched the Memorial Day parade at Houghton Lake Monday. More...

HELICOPTER VISIT

Roscommon Elementary School students take turns sitting in a Life Net air ambulance helicopter during a visit to the Roscommon County Airport May 26. Over 170 first and second grade students learned safety lessons during the visit. More...

ROLLING INTO SUMMER

Collins Elementary kindergarteners Susan Ni (front) and Ashley Lee feverishly roll balls around the last pilon during Field Day activities May 25. More...

Special Sections

Five car accident shuts down M-55 Sunday

Five cars were involved in an accident on M-55 at Chippewa Trail at about 4:30 Sunday. As a result of the accident, two people were sent to the hospital and M-55 was blocked for about an hour in the midst of the Memorial Day weekend. More...

Man charged with 13 counts; Counts include criminal sexual conduct, assault, kidnapping

Russell Myott, 33, of Beaver Creek Township was arraigned on 13 felony counts in Grayling’s 46th Circuit Court, District Division Tuesday after being arrested by state police May 29. More...

State encourages consumer awareness during travel season

As Michigan residents prepare for the start of the tourism season, state officials are reminding consumers to protect themselves at the pump and practice energy efficient driving. More...

Recreation program kicks-off summer fun June 20

The Roscommon County Summer Recreation Program will begin June 20 for youth ages four to 11. More...

Kart racers get season rolling

Season racing began Friday for the KART Speedway. Following are results by class, event and place. 4 Car Dash Micro: Austin Montague, Nathan Carrick, Kolt Bright, Andrew Shaver. Rookie: Mike Kelley, Trenton Moore, Keaton Demo, John Shaver Jr. More...

Three teams undefeated in women’s softball league

Weather has made things confusing in the Houghton Lake Women’s softball league as some teams have kept up to date with the schedule and others still have make-up games. More...

Hornets sting Bucks in two

The Harrison Hornet bats stung the Roscommon softball squad 12-2 and 14-4 in their Jack Pine Conference game May 26 at Harrison. More...

Bobcats bow out in pre-district play

The Houghton Lake varsity soccer team came up one point short of continuing in post season play when they fell 1-0 in a pre-district game at Manistee May 31. More...

PLENTY OF WATER

Mike Dilley of Gage Well Drilling, St. More...

HEADING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

Roscommon High School junior forward Heather Rowan heads the ball into the Ogemaw Heights defense Thursday in the Bucks' contest against the Falcons. Rowan and her teammates were topped by the Falcons, 3-1. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Virginia Ruth Averill - 2018-02-15
Betty C. Cyr - 2018-02-15
Carlton R. Mead Jr. - 2018-02-15
Jane (Early) Parfitt - 2018-02-15
Iris Muriel Knibbs - 2018-02-15

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