April 20, 2017 RSS feed / News

CELEBRATING 100 YEARS

The Michigan State Police celebrated its 100th anniversary April 19, 2017, which Gov. Rick Snyder has declared as Michigan State Police Day. More...

Gerrish board: Remaining nest boxes are to be sealed

The Gerrish Township Board has requested from Steve Sendek of North­point Fisheries Management, LLC, that any remaining nest boxes that have not been removed from property in the township be sealed.  More...

County board approves over $265k in special projects

Funds from the Delinquent Tax Revolving Fund Policy in the amount of $265,900 was approved for the use of recommended special projects by the Roscommon County Board of Commissioners at an April 12 meeting.  More...

RCSO seeking VSU volunteers

The Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office’s Victim Services Unit is an orga­nization of volunteers dedicated to pro­viding 24-hour, seven-day-a-week crisis response and initial support needed by victims of crisis or crime.  More...

Snyder tours KCC Health Sciences Center

GOVERNOR SNYDER SEES CCSTEP GRANT FUNDS IN ACTION Governor Rick Snyder recently toured the newly opened Kirtland Community College Health Sciences Cen­ter in Grayling April 12 to get a firsthand acco More...

Gerrish-Higgins Class of 1977 reunion July 8

Gerrish-Higgins School District’s Class of 1977 will have its 40-year grad­uation reunion July 8 beginning at 2 p.m. More...

ACCIDENT ON 100

Firefighters from Denton Township look over the result of an accident which occurred on County Road 100 near Silver Drive on the after­noon of April 12. More...

RCRC approves over $295k in Denton, Lake, Roscommon work

A total of $295,452.07 of road work was approved at an April 13 Roscom­mon County Road Commission meeting for the upcoming maintenance season for Roscommon, Lake and Denton town­ships.  More...

Moolenaar’s district-wide listening session at CMU tonight

Congressman John Moolenaar will host a district-wide listening session at Central Michigan University tonight (Thursday). More...

Anthony new Richfield police chief

Frank Anthony will take the helm of the Richfield Township Police Depart­ment after the Richfield Township Board named him the new chief of police April 18.  More...

Correction

In a story that appeared in the April 13 edition of the Resorter, “Support re­mains for relocation program,” Steve Ricketts was incorrectly identified as a township resident.  Ricketts lives in Lyon Township and has property in Gerri More...

Kirtland offering concealed pistol license class

Kirtland Community College is of­fering a concealed pistol license (CPL) class June 16-17.  The two-day training will be held on Kirtland’s main campus near Roscom­mon and costs $125 (regular rate) and $106 (senior rate for people over the More...

Kindergarten Round-up April 26 at Collins

Collins Elementary will hold a kindergarten round-up April 26 for students entering kindergarten next fall.  Registration for children with last names beginning A through L is at 6 p.m., and registration for chil­dren with last names beginning M More...

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