March 19, 2009 RSS feed / Happenings

Class teaches how to turn old jewelry into new

Jeweler Bob Southworth is teaching a class in "lost wax casting" on Monday evenings at Bohn-Bohn Beads, across North Fifth Street from Glen's Market in Roscommon. More...

Pilots offer aviation scholarship

The Roscommon County Area Pilots Association is accepting scholarships applications until April 27. The association presents scholarships up to $500 to seniors enrolled in a Roscommon County school district. More...

DERBY WINNERS

Pinewood Derby racing action came to Houghton Lake March 14 as the Houghton Lake Cub Scout Troop 3981 held its annual competition at the Houghton Lake Elks Lodge. Winning the overall event was Wolf Scout Bailey McClelland. More...

Hartwick Pines to host Maple Sugar Day March 28

Hartwick Pines State Park near Grayling will host its annual Maple Sugar Day March 28. Visitors will learn about North America's oldest agricultural product with activities slated from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

MDOT to air Grayling plans

The Michigan Department of Transportation will host an open house about the I-75 business loop improvement project in Grayling March 25 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. in the Grayling City Hall, 1020 City Blvd. (West North Down River Rd.), Grayling. More...

Trunkline weight limits in effect

Effective 8 a.m. Monday, weight restrictions for commercial truck traffic were imposed and enforced on state trunklines for the entire state of Michigan. Most trunklines are freeways with M, I, or US designations. More...

Lowe to speak at FOP meeting

The guest speaker at the Roscommon County Republicans' March 24 meeting will be former Grayling city manager and former state representative Allen Lowe. More...

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