July 6, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Patricia Ann Pearlman (Haveman)

Patricia Ann Pearlman (Haveman), 56, Brooklyn, NY, died May 26, 2006, in Beth Isreal Hospital, Brooklyn. A private service will be held in August. Mrs. Pearlman was born in Cadillac October 19, 1949, to Gerald and Wilma (Snyder) Haveman. More...

Fox Run golf course offers free golf for daughters July 10-16

Fox Run Country Club in Grayling is participating in the National Golf Course Owners Association promotion “Take your Daughter to the Course Week” from July 10-16. More...

Limberlost scores 31 runs to pound E-Z Built Homes

Limberlost put on an offensive showcase in women’s softball action June 29 against E-Z Built Homes, tallying 31 runs in just four trips to the plate. More...

Lowe’s working with Denton to mitigate wetlands development at proposed site

As Lowe’s plans to build a new store in Denton Township, it faces environmental hurdles on the proposed site, located just east of Wal-Mart. More...

Roscommon Arts Festival to be at new location

The 37th annual Roscommon Arts Festival Saturday will be in a different location than in the past, but the atmosphere will be the same. More...

Travel Land RV service area ‘total loss’

Fire ripped through the service area and offices of Travel Land RV Center late Saturday night, leaving a mangle of structural debris at the rear of the Prudenville business. Denton Township Fire Department Capt. More...

MARITIME PROCESSION

Roscommon County Sheriff Department marine officers (front boat right to left) Frank Homola and Debbie McReynolds lead a parade of boats on Higgins Lake Monday. More...

COLORFUL KIDS

Roscommon children decked out their bicycles in red, white and blue for Tuesday's Freedom Festival parade in the village. In addition to the parade, activities included the festival's biggest-ever car show, kids' games and free concerts. More...

OUT AT PLATE

North Shore catcher Melanie Richardson gets the tag on Hans and Feet base runner Keri Brock during Thursday's match-up at Knapp Road Fields. Hans and Feet came out on top (18-8) in the end, putting them one game ahead of the North Shore girls. More...

Special Sections

Golf tournament to benefit scholarship

White Deer Country Club of Houghton Lake will host the JD Classic scrambles on July 15. Proceeds will benefit the Jack Danieleski Memorial Scholarship Fund, which benefits graduating students in Roscommon county. More...

Mike’s Auto and Glass runs over Shenanigan’s 16-4

Brian Kann led the way for Mike’s Auto in Houghton Lake Men’s Slo Pitch softball action Monday, batting 3-4 with two home runs as his squad beat Shenanigan’s, 16-4. More...

Business good, so say merchants

Judging by the traffic on M-55, one would surmise that business was booming at Houghton Lake over the Fourth of July weekend, despite higher gas prices. Several area businesses confirmed that the local economy did well over the holiday. More...

Status of Carter’s Plus grocery store in question

Customers of the Carter’s Plus of Houghton Lake Heights may have noticed a lack of stock and abbreviated business hours over the last week or so. More...

57th Bluegill Festival opens today

Roscommon County’s oldest festival, the St. Helen Bluegill Festival, begins its 57th run today (Thursday) and continues through Sunday. The festival fishing contest began July 2 and runs through July 8. More...

Recall effort dropped

In an agreement made in 34th Circuit Court last week, the Roscommon Township woman who led the recall effort against three township officials did an about-face, and the case was dismissed. More...

FULLY INVOLVED

Firefighters from Denton Township attack the smoke and flames emitting from the service area of Travel Land RV, Prudenville, late Saturday night. Incident Commander Capt. Joe Miracle said the structure was a total loss. More...

BURSTING IN AIR

Perched atop a van, Kathleen, 10; Grace, 4; Cal, 9; and Mary Laituri, 7, watch the Houghton Lake fireworks from the Kmart parking lot Sunday night. More...

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