August 28, 2008 RSS feed / News

New invasive plant identified in lake study

The Houghton Lake Improvement Board has a new invasive species of aquatic plant to deal with after it turned up in the fall survey conducted the week of Aug. 11. More...

GETTING IN STEP

GETTING IN STEP Houghton Lake High School Band Director Mrs. Sandi Ahlers (left) directs a squad of marching band members to demonstrate a pinwheel to the rest of the band during the last day of band camp Wednesday. More...

NOSE DIVE

A single-engine SeaRey amphibious aircraft went nose first into Lake St. Helen Saturday at about 7:30 p.m. after the pilot, Richard G. Drewyer, 74, of Maryland, attempted to land on the water. More...

State receives failing grade in effort to combat cancer

According to a new report, Michigan is falling short on its legislative efforts to combat cancer. More...

911 authority narrows picks to two candidates

The search for a new Roscommon County Central Dispatch Director has been narrowed to two finalists. First Lt. More...

Wall elected Republican delegate

A Roscommon resident was recently voted a delegate to the Republican National Convention, to be held Sept. 1 through Sept. 4th in Minneapolis, MN. More...

CROP walk to raise food pantry funds Sept. 21

The 26th annual Roscommon County CROP Hunger Walk will take place at Houghton Lake Sept. 21. More...

Name incorrect in artist's story

In a story about artist Mark Gurevitch that appeared in last week's Resorter on page C1, the name of his wife, whom he recently married, was incorrect. Mrs. Gurevitch's first name is Melissa. More...

Blood drive gets off to slow start, exceeds goal

The Aug. 25 blood drive hosted by the American Red Cross at First Congregational Church may have had some delays, but many of the donors stayed until technical difficulties were corrected. More...

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