December 29, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Bobcat grapplers split home meet

In front of an “awesome” crowd Dec. More...

Bruins bounce host Kirtland to win Great North trophy

The Kirtland Community College men’s basketball team provided the Kellogg Community College Bruins with an early Christmas gift – a first-place trophy – on Dec. More...

Fact Finder splits agreement with both board, teachers

State-appointed Fact Finder James Quinn of Jonesville heard testimony from both representatives of Houghton Lake Community Schools and the Houghton Lake Education Association in October. Several documents were presented, including master agreement More...

Tip-up Town Kick-off stage set for fun Jan. 6

For a great night of family entertainment, mark your calendars for Jan. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Houghton Lake High School Auditorium–it’s the official Kick-Off for Tip-Up Town, USA, 2007! More...

Break-in suspect confesses to animal shelter burglary

In the process of solving a break-in at a Gerrish-Higgins Schools warehouse, Gerrish Township Police also obtained a confession from a suspect in a burglary at the Roscommon County Animal Shelter. Levi W. More...

FLYING FLOORBOARDS

Floorboards fly as Keith Patrick of Bay Area Specialized Flooring rips up the wood flooring in the Houghton Lake High School gymnasium Dec. 21. More...

UP AGAINST IT

Kirtland's Jerry Follot drives into a pack of Bruin defenders during the Great North Tournament championship game against Kellogg Community College Dec. 21 at the CRAF Center in Roscommon. More...

Special Sections

Bobcat netters outlast Beavers

The Houghton Lake varsity volleyball squad picked up their first Jack Pine Conference win of the season with a victory at Beaverton Dec. More...

What you missed…

If you didn’t get a copy of this week’s Resorter, here’s what you missed: • Proposed road end legislation imperils ‘local solution,’ HLPOA leader says • RMRA grants reprieve to Top Notch Teen Center • More...

Village won’t change spelling of street name

If whoever named Ballanger Road in Roscommon really meant “Belanger,” there is no record of it, and the village council Dec. 21 decided to leave the name as it is. In an October letter to Village Manager Michael Freer, Paul A. More...

‘Frozen Stupid’ was top story of 2006, Resorter readers say

What was Roscommon County’s most significant news story in 2006? More...

Teachers, district reach tentative contract accord

A late-night negotiations session Dec. 21 produced a tentative agreement between Houghton Lake Community Schools and the Houghton Lake Education Association, just in time for Christmas vacation. More...

MOBILE DECORATIONS

John Prosch of Houghton Lake proudly displays his decorated '96 Goldwing. He said with the weather like it has been, he rides as much as he can. "They toot at me going down 55," he said. More...

BUNDLED UP

Forest Area's James Gerring gets bundled by Houghton Lake co-captain Ian Moloney during a 145-pound match Thursday. Moloney scored a first-period pin at 1:15, but the Bobcats fell 42-36. More...

Leonard Joseph Kowalski

Former Houghton Lake resident Leonard Joseph Kowalski, Warren, died Dec. 27, 2006, at the age of 46. A service is planned for Saturday, Dec. 30, at 11 a.m. at Christler Funeral Home, Prudenville Chapel, to be officiated by Chaplain Jim Siler. 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

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