January 5, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Lieutenants, sergeants reach accord with county

A contract with sheriff’s department sergeants and lieutenants was ratified by Roscommon County Commissioners Dec. 28. The agreement with the Roscommon County Sheriff and Command Officers Association of Michigan will end Dec. 31, 2006. More...

What you missed…

If you didn’t get a copy of this week’s Resorter, here’s what you missed: • Two women are arrested for following a Jan. 1 incident in which a 17-year-old Prudenville woman allegedly was assaulted and robbed of her purse. More...

Win great prizes in TUT ice fishing competition

In the winter time, Houghton Lake is the place for great ice fishing. With walleye and pike stories already being told and over 22,000 acres of lake to fish, there are many opportunities for great catches. More...

McKindles honored by coaches

Following a successful gridiron campaign, Roscommon Head Coach Don McKindles was named one of three Region 4 Coaches of the Year by the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association. “It’s nice. More...

Bobcats find no holiday cheer at Kalkaska cage tourney

The Kalkaska Holiday Tournament was more “Grinch” than jolly for the Houghton Lake Bobcats as they dropped both of their contests in the two-day tournament Dec. 29 and 30. Against Gaylord Dec. 29, the Bobcats fell 60-47. More...

James B. Burgan Jr.

James B. Burgan Jr., Roscommon, died Jan. 3, 2006, at St. Mary’s Hospital, Saginaw. He was 33. A service is planned for Friday, Jan. 13, at 2 p.m. at Soul’s Harbor Worship Center, Roscommon, with Pastor Lawrence Cook officiating. More...

ART AND LETTERS

The history of England from Stonehenge to modern times takes shape on a wall in Maureen Ruddy's classroom at Houghton Lake High School, as British Literature student Chris Bonilla and his mother Cindy Dowell paint a time line mural Tuesday evening. More...

CAREER-HIGH

Roscommon's Dane Carey (11) releases over Houghton Lake's David Aldrich (22) during second half action Tuesday night. Carey, a junior, scored a career-high 30 points in the Bucks' loss. More...

Special Sections

Was it the weather, patrols? — Drunk driving arrests few

Police officers in Roscommon County said the New Year’s Day weekend was very quiet, with very few drunk driving arrests. Some agencies suggested the weather may have played a part. “The numbers were really down this year,” MSP Sgt. More...

Firemen save man in early morning blaze

The life of a 28-year-old Prudenville resident was saved by Denton Township firefighters after his home caught fire during the early morning hours Dec. 31. More...

Board to meet Monday in special session

The Houghton Lake Board of Education has set a special meeting–rather than its usual work session–for Monday, Jan. 9, at 7 p.m., at the board office. Board members plan to go into closed session at the beginning of the meeting. More...

Road trips cost Bobcat juniors

Road trips haven’t been kind to the Houghton Lake Bobcat junior varsity basketball team, which has lost three straight road games in the past week. More...

Bobcats beat Bucks in battle

In a typically physical Bobcats vs. Bucks game which saw 50 total fouls, Houghton Lake came out of the “war” with Roscommon a six-point victor Tuesday night, 51-45. More...

IN ITS WAKE

Emergency tape surrounds a hole in the ice, about eight feet wide and 100 feet long, on Houghton Lake's East Bay near the foot of Arapaho Drive Monday. More...

TAKING AIM

Houghton Lake senior guard Devyn Blanchard (4) takes aim at the basket after getting past Roscommon defenders Mike Weiler (21) and Dane Carey (11). Blanchard had 14 points in the Bobcats' 51-45 win Tuesday night at Roscommon. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Jane (Early) Parfitt - 2018-02-15
Iris Muriel Knibbs - 2018-02-15
Iris Muriel Knibbs - 2018-02-08

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