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Kirtland revamping Roscommon campus

As Kirtland Community College administration, faculty and students look forward to the new Health Sciences Education and Training Center being built in Grayling, the existing campus in Roscommon is expected to undergo some changes. More...

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News

RCSO offers new ‘wellness check program’ to residents

The Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office is now offering a new wellness check program to Roscommon County residents.  More...

State police investigating assault, embezzlement cases

Michigan State Police from Post 72, Houghton Lake are investigating cases of assault and embezzlement, both of which were reported on Oct. 27.  More...

Higgins Lake woman arrested on multiple charges

A 60-year old Higgins Lake woman was taken to the Roscommon County Jail on Oct. More...

Business

Discussion continues on adding value to forest products industry

The Governor’s 2015 Forest Products Summit, held Oct. More...

UPTOWN SALON OPEN IN PRUDENVILLE

Uptown Salon, located at 105 Fourth St., Prudenville, opened for business earlier in the summer and is now offering a special for new clients. More...

AFFORDABLE AUTO REPAIR

Manager Fred Apps (left) and Del Emery bring a total of 40 years of experience as auto mechanics to Affordable Auto Repair, located at 6415 West Houghton Lake Dr. (M-55) at Houghton Lake. More...

Letters to the Editor

Tell Congress to increase medical research funding

Recently, Vice President Joe Biden said the United States needs a “moonshot” to cure cancer. More...

Swap a ‘bad deal’

In regards to the editor’s “opinion” (“Make the swap, Resorter, More...

Decisions made without public input

The Oct. 29 letter “Join together to combat swimmer’s itch” in the Resorter by Tom Kizer urged us to “separate emotion from fact.” I agree.  More...

Religion & Family

Pelkeys celebrate 65 years

James and Patrina (Power) Pelkey of Prudenville, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Nov. 4. The couple was married on Nov. 4, 1950, at St. More...

Osiborskis wed for 65 years

Arthur and Norma J. Osiborski of Prudenville will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on Nov. 11.  A party is planned for the Osiborskis, their family and friends in Macomb County.  The couple moved to Prudenville in the fall of 1991. More...

CELEBRATING 98 YEARS OF LIFE

Surrounded by her family and friends, King Nursing and Rehabilitation Community resident Theresa Vereb (front row, second from left) celebrated her 98th birthday on Oct. 29.  More...

Milburn to succeed Stevenson as clerk

In Roscomon Township

Roscommon Township Trustee Carie Milburn was appointed as the township’s next clerk during the township’s regular meeting Nov. 3. Milburn will begin her new role Nov. More...

Veterans Day events to honor heroes

Veterans will be honored at several events across Roscommon County Nov. 11 with various programs and receptions. More...

Kage honored with Habitat Lifetime Achievement Award

“I think it’s the greatest thing in the world. There’s a lot of people who need help.” More...

Obituaries - Free Access

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

Court News

82nd District Court

The following were recently arraigned in 82nd District Court: More...

Sports

Bobcats finish fourth in JPC after taking two at Meridian

The Houghton Lake varsity volleyball team finished in fourth place in the Jack Pine Conference with a record of 8-6. Two of their wins came at a quad meet at Sanford Meridian on Oct. 28.  More...

ALL CONFERENCE, ALL DISTRICT

Eight members of the Roscommon varsity soccer team were honored by the coaches of the Northern Michigan Soccer League with inclusion on this season’s All Conference Team. More...

Both Bobcats, Bucks bow out at cross country Regional

The cross country season ended for both the Houghton Lake and Roscommon varsity teams at the Regional Meet in Gaylord Oct. 31, but both coaches reported personal best times logged by several of their runners.  More...

Editorial

On opening day, I’ll cut my deer hunt short

From the Pastor’s Canoe

Deer are not plentiful in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula. The forest is thick and the snow runs deep and most of the herd migrates south. Yet it was here I made my first attempt to hunt. More...

‘Repurposing’

Kirtland Community College has no plans to abandon its Roscommon campus.  That point was made clear by KCC President Dr. Tom Quinn during a recent visit to the campus by Resorter staff.  More...

Outdoors

Sight-in Days planned at HLSC Nov. 13, 14

The Houghton Lake Sportsmen’s Club will hold its annual Deer Hunter’s Sight-In Days Nov. 13 and 14. More...

NEAR SHORE LUNKER

Kevin Gore of Prudenville holds a 23.5-inch walleye he caught in Houghton Lake’s East Bay on the evening of Nov. 2. More...

Conservation district photo contest winners announced

Winners in the Crawford-Roscommon Conservation District Photo Contest, held during the Conservation Expo at the AuSable River Center, were announced Oct. 19. More...

Happenings

‘Farm By Lantern Light’ reservations available

Reservations are being taken for Wellington Farm Park’s annual “The Farm By Lantern Light.”  The unique event will be presented Dec. 11, 12, 18 and 19 at the park near Grayling.  More...

‘Strike Out Cancer’ bowling fundraiser to benefit Relay

Good Shepherd United Methodist Church of the North will host a “Strike Out Cancer” fundraiser Nov. 7 at Goodyear Lanes, Houghton Lake.  The cost is $17 per person and starts at 6 p.m. More...

CHA fundraiser every Saturday

On Saturdays, now through the winter, the Charlton Heston Academy will host a marketplace vendor fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Vendors will have wares including baked goods, wood crafts, floral designs, jewelry and honey. More...

Education

OLLRCS Stargazer Gala fundraiser Nov. 7

Our Lady of the Lake Regional Catholic School will host its Stargazer Gala fundraiser on Nov. More...

RHS TO SEND 47 POUNDS OF PULL TABS TO RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES

Roscommon High School senior Trevor Letson shows off the 47 pounds of pull tabs that were collected by RHS students. More...

Michigan Youth Challenge Academy recruiting in northern Michigan

The Michigan Youth Challenge Academy (MYCA) has its sights set on northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula.  More...

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