August 21, 2008 RSS feed / News

Construction of sledding hill underway, donations sought

Work has begun on a permanent sledding hill for the children of St. Helen. The Richfield Township board approved a request by the St. More...

Dearborn Heights man bound over on hit and run charge

A Dearborn Heights man waived preliminary examination in 83rd District Court Monday and was bound over to 34th Circuit Court on a charge of failure to stop at the scene of a personal injury accident. More...

Bawol appointed to state 911 committee

Former Roscommon County Central Dispatch Director John Bawol has been appointed to the State 911 Committee as the Michigan House of Representatives appointee. More...

Loxley light meeting subject

A public hearing will be held Aug. 27 at the Roscommon Township Hall regarding the proposed change in status for the traffic light at M-55 and Loxley Road at Houghton Lake. More...

Nineteen percent of registered voters voted in primary

Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land recently announced that 1.36 million voters cast ballots in the Aug. 5 primary election, based on unofficial returns. More...

Outdoors enthusiasts can help police find illegal marijuana

While enjoying the outdoors this summer, the Michigan Domestic Cannabis Eradication and Suppression Program is asking residents and travelers to be on the lookout for indicators of illegal marijuana planting. More...

College president outlines new vision for Kirtland

Just a little more than a year after taking the reins as the top administrator at Kirtland Community College, the college's president used an allstaff meeting Aug. 11 to outline what he hopes is a new vision for the institution established in 1966. More...

BEAR FEEDER

Residents of South Houghton Lake Forest Estates are used to wildlife in their subdivision but an unexpected guest showed up in the yard of Kent and Gayle Carleton Aug. 16 when a black bear came visiting. More...

Beware of websites that charge for filing unemployment claims

The state of Michigan is warning unemployed workers in the state to avoid using independent web sites to apply for unemployment benefits. More...

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