January 10, 2008 RSS feed / News

Village council choose five for manager interviews

The Roscommon Village Council plans to interview five of the 20 people who submitted applications for village manager by the Dec. 27 deadline. Village Clerk Kathy Murphy said the council Jan. More...

'Zero problems' reported in Ogemaw

State Rep. Joel Sheltrown has cited the success ORV usage has had in Ogemaw County. Ogemaw County Sheriff Howie Hanft told the Resorter there have been "zero problems" with the county ordinance regulating ORV traffic. More...

County, township races to develop during 2008

The real political drama in Roscommon County will unfold later this year, when voters will fill a dozen county offices and more than 50 township board positions. More...

Richfield library expands web access for patrons

The Richfield Township Public Library offers expanded Internet access, thanks to a grant from the Gates Foundation and a donation from a library patron. More...

Instead of a 'throw-away' poinsettia's beauty can continue

Many people receive poinsettias at Christmas-time, but often think of them as a "throw-away" plant after their blooms fade. Yet there are a few very easy tricks to keeping your poinsettia alive and healthy for many Christmases to come. More...

County has 11 students listed as scholar-athlete nominees

Eleven Roscommon County high school seniors are among Michigan students nominated for a Michigan High School Athletic Association's Scholar-Athlete Award. Houghton Lake students Kristin Bockelman, Rodney Collier Jr. More...

Roscommon Township will 'wait and see'

Roscommon Township has taken a wait-and-see approach to the issue of passing an ordinance regulating ORV traffic on local roads. More...

SPECIAL CAR

A 1969 AMC SC/Rambler belonging to Mike Coon of Houghton Lake sits on display at Cobo Hall in Detroit during the 55th annual Autorama Car Show in March 2007. The car which sports its original 390 c.i. More...

Foundation accepting grant applications until Jan. 31

Roscommon County Community Foundation and the Youth Advisory Council are accepting grant applications until Jan. 31. More...

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