October 12, 2017 RSS feed / News

‘Pay Yourself First’ seminar planned at KCC West Branch

Mercantile Bank and Kirtland Com­munity College Community Education will present a simple, free one-hour sem­inar Oct. More...

Village selects Young, Graham & Wendling as legal counsel

At an Oct. More...

Gerrish Township extends contract with Republic

The Gerrish Township Board Tues­day approved an amendment to its agree­ment with Republic Services.  The amendment extends the term of the agreement from Nov. More...

Youth basketball camps slated at Houghton Lake

Bobcat Basketball Camps are planned at Houghton Lake for youngsters from preschool through eighth grade. More...

Made Up North accepting holiday fundraising applications

Made Up North of Roscom­mon is now accepting applications for a fundraising opportunity for area non­profits and service organizations during the holiday season.  How it works  More...

Markey approves insurance renewal during regular meeting

The Markey Township Board ap­proved a renewal of its health insurance policy during their regular monthly meeting Oct. 9. The policy covers the township’s five board members and its one full-time employee, EMT Sandy Maples.  More...

FOIA lawsuit settled between Ostergren, Gerrish

A lawsuit filed in June by Eric Os­tergren against Gerrish Township was settled last month without a judge’s deci­sion being necessary.  More...

Grayson’s Gift available through Gerrish fire

Gerrish Township firefighters gave a presentation at the Roscommon County Commission on Aging’s Roscommon Center Sept. More...

Lake township discussing purchase of fire truck

The Lake Township Board discussed the purchase of a new fire truck during its regular meeting Oct. 10. Fire Chief Charlie Aldrich recommended the pur­chase to replace his department’s 1978 pumper.  More...

Royals receive #CommunityChoice grant from community foundation

The Roscommon County Community Foundation (RCCF) recently announced it has awarded its second #Community­Choice Grant of the year to the Roscom­mon Royals Softball Team.   More...

WALKING TO SCHOOL

Houghton Lake Middle School’s new physical education teacher Ben Schley organized Houghton Lake Com­munity Schools’ Walk to School Day Oct. 3. Students walked from Townline Road to the middle and high school. More...

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