April 27, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

What you missed…

If you didn’t get a copy of this week’s Resorter, here’s what you missed: •A health center will be piloted at Houghotn Lake High School • Over two square miles of land in Higgins Township will stay on the property tax rolls More...

UPDATED: Voters to fill board seats at G-H, HLCS

Voters in the annual May election next Tuesday will fill three board of education seats in the Gerrish-Higgins School District and one in the Houghton Lake Community Schools District. GERRISH-HIGGINS Four-year terms Incumbent Gerrish-Higgins B More...

Officials appeal commission’s decision in recall

Three Roscommon Township officials targeted for recall have filed an appeal in 34th Circuit Court seeking the reversal of the Roscommon County Election Commission’s April 10 approval of recall petition language. More...

RHS student handbook changes aim to curb ‘aggressive behaviors’

Behavior guidelines for Roscommon High School students will be more specific next year. The Gerrish-Higgins Board of Education April 19 adopted student handbook changes recommended by a committee of teachers, administrators, parents and students. More...

Bobcat thinclads finish third at W-P

Houghton Lake’s Nicole Pruitt won the shot put with a put of 34’11.5” and the 400m relay team finished first to lead the Bobcats to a third place finish at Whittemore-Prescott Monday. More...

Freer leads Buck golf squad in opening matches

Beth Freer shot a 48 to lead the Roscommon Bucks as they opened their golf season April 20 at Grayling Country Club. The Bucks finished behind Grayling (195) and Big Rapids (213) with a 252 in the three-way meet. More...

Bobcat whack Warriors, 4-1

Houghton Lake outshot Forest Area 39-9 as they beat the Warriors 4-1 Monday afternoon on a sunny Bobcat Field. Kelly Lepper scored two goals to pace the ’Cats, who won their first Northern Michigan Soccer League of the season. More...

Bucks split with Braves

The Roscommon bats were booming Monday in the Bucks first game against Tawas but they went flat in the second as the Bucks split a doubleheader with the Braves. Playing at Tawas, Roscommon’s varsity baseball squad won the first contest, 7-0. More...

MONUMENTAL TASK

Workmen of American Vault & Cremation Service, Prudenville, move the last piece of the veterans' monument on the lawn of the Roscommon County Building in Roscommon to make way for a gas line which is being relocated in preparation for expansion of t More...

DISTRIBUTING

Crawford-Roscommon Conservation District Forester Chris Nieman (left), Administrator Theresa Compton and board of directors member Jim Johnson work at distributing trees during the district's annual sale at the Roscommon County Fire Training Grounds More...

NO WAY AROUND

Roscommon catcher Arielle Rucinski stands her ground to make the tag on a Charlevoix runner at the plate during the first of two Buck home games Thursday. More...

Special Sections

G-H asks for tax renewal

Besides choosing three board of education members, Gerrish-Higgins School District voters next Tuesday will pass judgment on a proposal to renew the district’s non-homestead property tax of $18 per $1,000 taxable value for two years. More...

Teacher questions plan to close Prudenville

How would the closing of Prudenville Elementary School affect Houghton Lake Community Schools’ students and how much money will it save? Those were the questions on Gloria Owaski’s mind when she spoke to the board of education Monday. More...

Home show has something for everyone

Houghton Lake High School will look more like Home Depot than a high school as the 17th Annual Tri-Lakes Home Builders Association Home Show takes over the school Saturday and Sunday. More...

Board delays center rent increase

A motion to increase the rent the Roscommon County Commission on Aging pays to use the county’s three community centers by 80% was withdrawn at Wednesday’s county board of commissioners meeting. More...

Bobcats runners six shy of third at Whittemore

The Houghton Lake Bobcats boys track squad fell six points shy of third place at Whittemore-Prescott Monday, finishing fourth in a quad meet. “We scored competitively,” said Coach Chris Sura, noting he was proud of his squad. More...

Buck offense burns in three wins with 13 soccer goals 

After being outscored 11-1 in their first two games, the Roscommon varsity soccer squad turned on its offense to outscore opponents a combined 18-3 and pick up three straight wins. More...

Collini’s four hits not enough as Bucks fall in two to Rayders

Charlevoix outscored Roscommon 15-5 to take two softball contests from the varsity Bucks April 20 at Roscommon. Roscommon (2-2) lost the first game, 7-3, and fell in the second, 8-2. A highlight of the contests were four hits by Stevie Collini. More...

Lacey surrenders two hits as Bucks top Rayders, 10-0

Andrew Lacey allowed just two hits as the Roscommon varsity baseball team topped Charlevoix 10-0 in the opening game of a doubleheader April 20. More...

PLANNING THEIR ATTACK

Department of Natural Resources Forest Fire Officer Jeff Vasher of the Gladwin Field Office points out an area that needs to be burned to prevent a fire off Railroad Grade Rd. More...

GAME IN HAND

Roscommon pitcher Andrew Lacey makes his move to the plate as he pitches his way to a two-hit shut-out against the Rayders Thursday. More...

MIDFIELD CONTROL

Houghton Lake midfielder Alycia Rhodes sends the ball forward with a header against visiting Forest Area's Katherine Nietling (11) Monday. Captain Rhodes capped the 4-1 Bobcat win with a goal on a penalty kick in the second half. 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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