December 7, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Frosh Bobcats struggle in loss to Mustangs for season opener

Houghton Lake’s freshman basketball team started very well against the Meridian Mustangs in the first season game Monday night taking a 12-5 first quarter lead. More...

Firebirds capture contests at weekend Can-Am Classic

The Kirtland Community College men’s basketball team won its second game in as many days at the Can-Am Classic hosted by Alpena Community College by dominating Sault College, 102-68, on Dec. 2. More...

’Cat comeback falls short in opener

Down 13-2 in the opening minutes of their opening game, the Houghton Lake varsity basketball squad responded by outscoring Standish-Sterling Central 13-2 to close out the first quarter down 15-13. More...

Bucks trample competition

The Roscommon varsity wrestling team beat up on all five of their opponents during the Roscommon Team Challenge Tournament Saturday. Manton was first to fall to last year’s Division 3 state runners-up, 54-27, followed by Rogers City, 46-25,... More...

Commissioners nix compromise on number of officers

Despite pleas from a school official and the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Department, the number of deputies working in county schools will be cut in half next year. County commissioners made that unanimous decision at a Nov. More...

Park funds backed by state board - $3.25 million recommended for lakefronts

Lakefront recreation opportunities in Roscommon County should expand as a result of a recommendation made by the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Board of Trustees Wednesday in Lansing. More...

REDUCED TO RUBBLE

A crew from Gilbert's Trucking demolishing the fomer Brass Lantern building Saturday. Both the Brass Lantern and Bumppers (foreground) were reduced to a piles of rubble last weekend as the site is prepared for a Walgreen's Pharmacy. More...

HOPING FOR THE BEST

George Major, assistant director of operations for the Houghton Lake Community Schools, takes up moulding in the High School gym to see how much water remained from a Sunday morning boiler room mishap on Monday morning. More...

WAY UP FOR THE BLOCK

Roscommon's 6'8" senior Geoff Gaylor denies a shot by Grayling's Richard Schriebe during action Tuesday night. Gaylor scored two points as his team beat the Vikings 63-55 to open the cage season. More...

WINTER SEASONS MAGAZINE

For Winter features on Roscommon County, pick up a copy of the Resorter's Fall Seasons. Use it as a guide to Roscommon County this winter. It is available at businesses throughout the county More...

Special Sections

Kirtland’s women split two road games in New York

The Kirtland Community College women’s basketball team salvaged a weekend trip east by topping host Erie Community College in dominating fashion, 75-47, on Sunday in Buffalo. More...

Carey’s 36 leads Bucks to win

Roscommon High School senior Dane Carey picked up where he left off last season as he led Roscommon to a 63-55 season opening home win over Grayling with 36 points. More...

Wrestlers blasted at Rosco

After opening their season with a double wrestling victory at Oscoda the Houghton Lake squad lost five of five matches in last Saturday’s Roscommon Team Challenge Tournament. More...

Staff response limits flooding; cage contests move to HLMS

As Houghton Lake High School teacher Chris Sura stopped by the school on Sunday morning to pick up some work to take home, he got the feeling that something might be amiss. More...

What you missed…

If you didn’t get a copy of this week’s Resorter, here’s what you missed: • The Resorter’s Winter Seasons magazine • Man bound over in child abuse case • RHS girls throw paint, punches • Missaukee County tw More...

Prudenville landmarks reduced to rubble pile

After over 60 years of occupying prime Prudenville real estate, the former Brass Lantern restaurant was reduced to a large pile of rubble last Saturday by employees of Gilbert’s Trucking, Utica. More...

CHRISTMAS COMES TO THE VILLAGE

A group of youngsters spread holiday cheer from the bucket of a S&J Excavating front end loader driven by Wade Hartman during Roscommon's Christmas in the Village Electric Light Parade Saturday night. More...

HERE COMES THE PIN

Roscommon's David Bradley waits for the pin count as he holds Houghton Lake's Nick Goetz. Bradley beat Goetz as the Bucks picked up a 65-18 win over the Bobcats Saturday. More...

READY TO ROLL

Houghton Lake's Justin Wigard gets position on Roscommon's Ryan McClure in a 125-lb. match Saturday at Roscommon. Wigard pinned McClure and scored six of the Bobcats' 18 points in the match, which Roscommon won 65-18. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Carlton R. Mead Jr. - 2018-02-22
Dorothy C. Mark - 2018-02-22
Margaret Mae DeLaurier - 2018-02-22
Betty C. Cyr - 2018-02-22
Virginia Ruth Averill - 2018-02-22
Jane Parfitt - 2018-02-22
Charles L. Robbins - 2018-02-22
Virginia Ruth Averill - 2018-02-15
Betty C. Cyr - 2018-02-15
Carlton R. Mead Jr. - 2018-02-15

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