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ROYAL CANDIDATES

Roscommon High School students will choose their 2010 Homecoming King and Queen from this field of candidates. More...

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News

Coins reported stolen in Lyon

Roscommon County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a break-in in Lyon Township Oct. 2 that occurred sometime between Sept. 7 and the first of October.   The resident reported he arrived home to discover broken windows. More...

Police agencies plan surplus goods auctions

The Richfield Township Public Safety Department and the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Department will conduct auctions of surplus equipment Oct. 9. More...

AFTERNOON ACCIDENT

Denton Township fire, police and ambulance personnel deal with the aftermath of an accident on M-55 in Prudenville on the afternoon of Oct. 1. More...

Business

THANK YOU

(Above) Houghton Lake Chamber of Commerce Pres- ident Julie Markiewicz (left) and Executive Director Linda Tuck (second from left) present Chemical Bank employees Sharon Niebrzydowski (second from rig More...

Assumed names

June 25-Sept. 30   The following people recently filed certificates of doing business under assumed names with the Roscommon County Clerk (includes renewals):   More...

‘Real Estate Maze’ to be forum topic

A free community forum, “Navigating the Real Estate Maze,” is scheduled for 6:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 11 at the Houghton Lake Community Center, 3625 Townline Road, Houghton Lake.   More...

Letters to the Editor

Change only from good experiences

Muslims today are the black people of the past. Propagandists railed against black people for decades after the civil war. More...

Supervisor hears from many

This is my reply to Mr. Devin’s letter in last week’s Resorter “Township board works for public.”   More...

Commend, don’t recall

Much has been said and written concerning the adoption of Ordinance 24 #2 by the Markey Township Board last February. More...

Religion & Family

Palms reach golden anniversary

Don and Sandy Palm of Prudenville will celebrate 50 years of marriage Oct. 16.   Family members and friends may attend the celebration at the Knights of Columbus Hall, one mile east of Prudenville on M-55, from noon to 3 p.m.   More...

Son born to Niswander, Curns

Shelly Anne Niswander and Ricky Eugene Curns of Houghton Lake announce the birth of their son.   Michael Eugene was born Sept. 23, 2010, at Mercy Hospital Grayling weighing 7 pounds, 2 ounces.   He was 19 1/2 inches long at birth.   More...

Kalthoff graduates from army training

Army Pfc. Nikolaus W. Kalthoff recently graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Columbus, GA.   The training consisted of basic infantry training and advanced individual training.   More...

Features

DENTON TOWNSHIP

A 34-year veteran of the Denton Township Fire Department, Jim Stender is a 1st lieutenant, with Fire Officer III certification. More...

Post office to go ‘pink’ in October

To help raise money and awareness for breast cancer research, the Houghton Lake Post office is going “pink.”   To mark Breast Cancer Awareness month, the post office is participating in the “Pink at the Post Office” eve More...

HazMat a cooperative effort

The Roscommon County Special Response Team, commonly called the HazMat team, consists of members of various fire departments throughout the county. More...

HLIB lowers milfoil control assessment

The Houghton Lake Improvement Board voted to lower the assessment for its Eurasian watermilfoil control program from $100 per unit to $60 per unit during a regular meeting at Roscommon Township Hall Sept. 28.   More...

BOBCAT ROYALTY

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  Newly elected Houghton Lake Homecoming royals, (clockwise from upper left) 2010 Homecoming Queen Dominique Csapo and King Eric Goodwin, along with Princess Autumn Beaudry and Prince Shayden Sample, greet the crowd at Bobcat Stadium Friday nig More...

Red Cross urges maintenance of smoke detectors

As the country marks National Fire Prevention Week Oct. 3-9, the American Red Cross is urging everyone to help save lives by making sure their home is protected by smoke alarms.   More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Jane (Early) Parfitt - 2018-02-15
Iris Muriel Knibbs - 2018-02-15
Iris Muriel Knibbs - 2018-02-08

Court News

83rd District Court

Judge Daniel L. Sutton recently arraigned the following in 83rd District Court:   More...

Sports

’Cats ground Eagles in double OT

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The Houghton Lake Homecoming crowd got its money’s worth Friday night as it took two overtimes for the Bobcats to dispatch the Farwell Eagles 26-20 in Jack Pine Conference football action. More...

Beavers oust Bucks for homecoming win

Despite a season high 250-yards of total offense, the Roscommon High School varsity football squad dropped another Jack Pine Conference match-up to the Beaverton Beavers 30-12. More...

Bowling Highlights

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Editorial

Our 49th year

Our Opinion

We are observing National Newspaper Week this week, Oct. 3-9, along with thousands of newspapers across the country. More...

Minister gives retrieved Qurans to churches

You never quite know what to expect from the Rev. Patrick Mahoney, a Reformed Presbyterian clergyman who is founding pastor of the National Community Church in Washington, D.C., and director of the Christian Defense Coalition.   More...

Outdoors

Sixth annual MiCorps confab slated Oct. 18-19 at RAM Center

Volunteer water-quality monitors from across the state are coming together on Oct. 18-19 for the sixth annual conference of Michigan’s Clean Water Corps (MiCorps). More...

Kirtland to offer concealed pistol course Oct. 22-23

Kirtland Community College will be offering a handgun safety class that fulfills the training requirements of Michigan’s concealed pistol law Oct. 22 and 23.   More...

Happenings

FLAG POLE FOR MEMORIAL

Ken Carlson, owner, and Scott Gavlinski (foreground right and left) of Nolan Fence Co., St. Helen, give a final check to a flag pole they donated to the St. Helen Veterans Memorial Committee. More...

Barbados to open travel series

The Kirtland Center for the Performing Arts will hold its second of three Travel Adventure Series on Oct. 12 at 1:30 p.m.   More...

HALLOWEEN HELP

Kiwanis President Bob Roy (left) presents a $300 check to Lion’s Club member Marc Milburn at the Kiwanis Club meeting Sept. More...

Education

OPEN WIDE

Dr. Melanie Vergeldt of The School Dentist, Beverly Hills (left), and dental assistant Lea Gottschalk examine Houghton Lake Middle School fourth grader William Kibert’s teeth Sept. 23. More...

KCC lists community classes

Area residents will soon have a chance to study or brush up on a variety of subjects, with Kirtland Community College set to offer an assortment of community education classes this fall.   More...

KCC hosts annual ‘College Night’

Kirtland Community College will holds its annual College Night Oct. 14 from 6-7:30 p.m.   More...

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