November 13, 2008 RSS feed / News

HUNTING FOR DEER CAMP

River Center board members (left to right) Ginny Nagel and Julia Borak are hunting for artifacts to include in an exhibit on Northern Michigan deer camps which will be on display through the end of the year. More...

Chidester reflects on two terms as supervisor

After eight years as supervisor for Denton Township, Fred Chidester will step aside as newly-elected Craig Cotterman takes over next month. "It doesn't seem like it's been that long," Chidester told the Resorter. More...

Office building OK'd on former Crow's Nest lot

A conditional zoning request for a 12,136 square-foot building in Denton Township was approved by the township board last week, bringing an improvement to the former Crow's Nest restaurant property. The restaurant was torn down September, 2007. More...

Election preparation pays off with record voter turnout

While election results are unofficial, last Tuesday's turnout estimate of over 5 million voters - a Michigan record - appears on target. More...

Historical society holding holiday potluck, meeting

The Houghton Lake Area Historical Society will hold a holiday potluck and meeting Nov. 18. The 6 p.m. event will be held at the Houghton Lake Historical Playhouse. More...

Judge permanently nixes recall language

Judge Michael J. Baumgartner, in a hearing in 34th Circuit Court, Roscommon, Nov. More...

Craft show Saturday at middle school

The Houghton Lake Arts and Crafts Association will host a craft show Nov. 15. The Christmas show will be inside the Houghton Lake Middle School gym. Hours for the 32nd annual show will be from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. More...

Treasurer has seen many changes

After 16 years in office, Lake Township Treasurer Tom Rose attended his last township meeting Tuesday, having been defeated by 20 votes by Jim Maiani in the Nov. 4 election. More...

Williams named Miss Houghton Lake 2009

Wearing a sparkling strapless fucshia gown, Houghton Lake High School senior Chelsea Williams stood on stage Saturday with nine of her classmates as she heard her name called as Miss Houghton Lake 2009 at the school's 63rd annual program. More...

TODDLERS TO BENEFIT

PJ Steeby, Roscommon County Community Foundation Board Chair, presents grants of $1,000 and $1,500 to Houghton Lake Community Education Coordinator/ Teacher Melisa Akers and Houghton Lake Community Schools Superintendent Pete Injasoulian. More...

Vehicle-deer collisions more likely to occur in November

Michigan Department of Transportation officials are warning motorists to pay close attention for deer during the month of November, especially once the firearm hunting season begins later this week. More...

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