July 1, 2010 RSS feed / News

MDOT urges compliance with sign-placement rules

As campaign signs again begin appearing along state highways, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is reminding political candidates and property owners that political signs must conform to state regulations for placement. More...

Roscommon County Road Commission considering Artesia Youth Park proposals

Artesia Youth Park Director JoJean Thompson and Artesia supporters appeared at a June 24 meeting of the Roscommon County Road Commission to propose options to the current land contract arrangement. More...

Free concerts among Artesia Youth Park activities slated

Artesia Youth Park, Houghton Lake, is stirring up some fun this summer. “There’s a lot of great things going on,” Director JoJean Thompson said. Activities in July include two Saturday concerts. On July 10 at 7 p.m. More...

Funds sought for vet monument

A monument honoring veterans is in the works in St. Helen and organizers are hoping to raise money for it through the sale of raffle tickets. St. More...

SOS tips when buying a vehicle

Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land is encouraging vehicle buyers and sellers to be aware of their rights and responsibilities and to remember key tips when making a deal. More...

Golf outing benefits Hillman MediLodge

MediLodge of Hillman is hosting its fifth annual golf scramble at the Thunder Bay Golf Resort on July 18. The four-person scramble will have an 11 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $65 per person or $260 per team. More...

CCCA to take trip to Mackinac Island

On July 29 the Grayling Senior Center will be taking a trip to Mackinac Island. More...

Texting scam hits many in Roscommon County

The Roscommon County Sheriff’s Department and North Central Area Credit Union are warning banking customers not to give out personal information in light of a texting scam that occurred last weekend. More...

Interviews scheduled for leader for new Roscommon library

A committee of the Roscommon Area District Library Board will interview applicants for library director July 7. More...

New HLCS teachers result of better than expected budget

Th e Fox; 4.2 222 N o lay-of fs bu t, rather, more teachers are in Houghton Lake Community Schools’ near future, as the 2010-11 budget was aided recently by more than 20 teacher retirements and a stabilization in per pupil funding from Lansin More...

Heavy rains main cause of beach closings

A concern about the health of Houghton Lake area beaches by a Resorter reader prompted an inquiry to the Central Michigan District Health Department. More...

HLCS reaches agreement with heirs to Prudenville property

The sale of the former Prudenville and Merritt Elementary buildings is one step closer. More...

Donors sought for July 9 blood drive

Relay for Life of Roscommon County has teamed up with the American Red Cross to host a blood drive July 9 in the Houghton Lake High School cafeteria. More...

‘Meet the artist’ with the CCCA

The Crawford County Commission on Aging will host “Meet the Artist” on the first Thursday of the month through September. Each month an artist will set up an art show at the Senior Center at 11 a.m. More...

Eyes on the Art Prize

Sculptor Sean Bell of Higgins Lake is hoping size and location matters in this year’s Art Prize competition in Grand Rapids, as the two sculptures he plans to enter will weigh around 500 pounds apiece. More...

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