March 3, 2011 RSS feed / News

Failure to stop ends in snowbank

A 50-year-old Roscommon man suffered no injuries after running his car into a snowbank over the weekend. More...

Clerk’s office no longer processing passports

Starting March 1 residents in Roscommon County will no longer be able to obtain a passport through the county clerk’s office. Passports throughout the State of Michigan will only be able to be obtained through the post office. More...

RCRC, Artesia Youth Park reach land contract agreement

After a lengthy negotiation process, the Roscommon County Road Commission and Artesia Youth Park have come to terms on a land contract agreement for the RCRC’s former Houghton Lake garage now being used as a youth activities center. More...

Thousands of dollars in liquor snatched from Back Door

The Roscommon County Sheriff’s Department is seeking warrants for four suspects in connection with a break-in that occurred at the Back Door Saloon, Houghton Lake, sometime during the early morning hours of Feb. 20. More...

Ask the Trooper

Question: Can I have tinted windows on my vehicle? More...

State Police nab burglar

State Police arrested a 24-year-old Houghton Lake man during the early morning hours of March 1, after they caught him coming out of a business on M-55 with items he had taken from vending machines there. More...

CCCA to offer Income Tax Assistance Program

The Crawford County Commission on Aging in conjunction with IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program will help low and moderate income taxpayers (less than $60,000 annually) with special attention to those ages 60 and older file their personal inc More...

Village sewer clog prompts reimbursement program

A towel and other miscellaneous debris clogged the Village of Roscommon Main Street sewer main on Feb. 20 and caused a backup issue at a property in the area. More...

Band, choir concert March 8

The Houghton Lake bands and choirs will present a Pre-Festival Concert March 8 at 7 p.m. at Houghton Lake High School. Performing will be the eighth through 12th grade bands and the sixth through 12th grade choirs. More...

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