June 19, 2008 RSS feed / News

Theme park deal moves ahead

Sale of more than 1,600 acres of state-owned land to the developer of a proposed theme park near Grayling will finally make it onto the Department of Natural Resources Calendar at the end of this month. Patrick Crosson of Axiom Entertainment, Inc. More...

Public hearing set for BeBee Island special assessment

A public hearing will be held June 30 in Lake Township for the township board to hear any objections to implementing a special assessment district on BeBee Island. More...

Correction

In a Resorter June 12 story about Master Sam Santilli's American Okinawa Karate Academy, one of the student's names was spelled incorrectly. The adult student should have been identified as Mark Stegall. More...

Screenings can detect oral cancer

Members of the Woodland Family Dental staff, tying in their profession, are using the "fight back" from this year's Relay theme, "Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back," by promoting screenings for oral cancer. More...

Fireworks Funds

The Houghton Lake Chamber of Commerce is also working on lighting up the sky on the Fourth of July weekend with a push for donations for fireworks. A 50/50 raffle is being held to benefit the event with $1 tickets being sold. More...

Higgins Lake sewer project construction half complete

The sewer system and waste water treatment plant to service the Camp Curnalia (American Legion) area of Lyon and Beaver Creek Townships is approximately 50% complete. More...

Senate committee passes ORV bill

More than a year after passing unanimously in the Michigan House of Representatives, a bill granting townships and counties more authority to open roads to off-road vehicles has finally made its way out of a state senate committee. More...

Union continues to seek alternative to privatization

As Houghton Lake Community Schools' fiscal year nears an end, school officials are working with union leaders to achieve enough savings that would negate the need to privatize custodians. More...

Camp's representative to meet with residents June 25

A representative of U.S. Rep. Dave Camp, R-Midland, will be available June 25 to speak with residents having difficulty dealing with a federal agency. More...

'Wise Guys' to perform at CRAF gazebo June 25

Scheduled to perform at the CRAF Center gazebo June 25 is "The Wise Guys." Members of the band will perform a variety of music, from Motown to classic rock to country and pop, beginning at 7 p.m. More...

Loss of 'Warrior' spurs 'Crusaders' on

Employees at Woodland Family Dental, Higgins Lake, are using their grief over the loss of a co-worker to make a difference at the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life July 12-13 at Houghton Lake. And they have a different name. More...

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