August 11, 2011 RSS feed / News

‘Mom 2 Mom’ sale planned

The Houghton Lake High School Athletic Department will be hosting a “Mom 2 Mom” sale Sept. 10 to help aide its athletic programs.  Those who attend the event, which will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Propane, fuel oil, firewood help available

The Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency (NEMCSA) has money available to assist low-income families with the delivery of fuels such as propane, fuel oil and firewood.  Crawford County residents who think they may qualify are asked to call More...

Village at three candidates, searching for new trustee

After interviewing the top six candidates for village manager position on Aug. 6, the Village of Roscommon council announced the remaining three candidates during its meeting on Aug. 8.  More...

Undeveloped park rankles Denton Township neighbor

While Denton Township works on plans for the future Trestle Park, located on South Gladwin Road (M-18), Prudenville, one property owner is not pleased with the behavior of some people using the vacant park.  Part-time resident Shelley Hart, whos More...

Community Park Marina open house Sunday

Gerrish Township will host an open house at its Community Park Marina on Higgins Lake Aug. 14.  The public may attend from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Food and entertainment will be included in the festivities. More...

Precious metal clay class to be held Aug. 27

Kirtland Community College and the AuSable Artisan Village are sponsoring “Working with Precious Metal Clay” with artist and educator Cynthia Gohsman.  The class will be held at the AAV Gallery, 219 Michigan Ave., Grayling on Aug. More...

HONORING WALLACE WRIGHT

For 24 years, Wallace W. “Wally” Wright of St. Helen served in the United States Army, serving during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. More...

HLCS supporting effort to re-try COOR millage

Houghton Lake Community Schools Superintendent Kevin Murphy presented information Monday to the Houghton Lake Rotary Club about the possibility of seeking a COOR Intermediate School District special education millage increase.  More...

Open Meetings Act subject of presentation to board

The Houghton Lake Community Schools Board of Education reviewed Michigan’s Open Meetings Act at its Aug. 8 meeting.  More...

Houghton Lake board members considering pay request

The Houghton Lake Community Schools Board of Education Monday mulled over a pay increase request from former interim superintendent Pete Injasoulian for the 40 days he served the district during Superintendent Kevin Murphy’s administrative leav More...

FEMA flood insurance topic of September RTA meeting

Having recently received a letter from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Denton Township board members still have unanswered questions about the National Flood Insurance Program.  More...

Denton Township fire hall to house Merit servers

Denton Township will soon be the site of a “server farm” for Merit Network, Inc.  The township board Aug. More...

Quinn hoping to promote the arts with new facility

Kirtland Community College President Thomas Quinn has a vision to promote the working artists of the AuSable River Valley by creating a place where those artists can demonstrate their work and draw people to a centralized place to help sell their pro More...

Higgins Township looks at options for EMS

According to the Higgins Township meeting minutes from Aug. 1, 2011 there was “considerable discussion” pertaining to the Higgins Township Ambulance Department. Higgins Township Supervisor June Karjalainen said in an Aug. More...

Whipplestock this Saturday

The 130th anniversary of Moorestown will be celebrated this weekend during the annual Whipplestock celebration.  More...

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