December 7, 2017 RSS feed / News

Drivers, passengers arrested by MSP

State Police from the Houghton Lake Post made several arrests in Roscommon County last week.  At 8:40 p.m. on Dec. 2, troopers made a traffic stop in Roscommon Township for defective equipment. More...

SAFE MEDICATION DISPOSAL

Denton Township Police Chief Dallas McGeary is promoting the town­ship’s new Safe Medication Disposal box, located inside the township hall. He said the police department received a grant from Rite Aid through its KidCents program. More...

E-COMMERCE EXCHANGE ZONE

Denton Township Supervisor Bob Spaulding shows off a new e-com­merce exchange zone sign. There are two parking spaces located in the lighted parking lot of the Denton Township Police Station designated for the exchange of goods initiated online. More...

GUNSMOKE CANDIDATE SEEKING OFFICE

When temporary Houghton Lake Chamber of Commerce employee Linda Tuck picked up the mail Nov. 30, she found a letter addressed from Dodge City, KS. More...

Juried craft market part of Tip-up Town

The 2018 edition of Tip-up Town, U.S.A., will feature a juried Vintage and Craft Market the first Saturday, Jan. 20.  The event will take place at Hough­ton Lake Middle School from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

Correction: Concert Wednesday night

A story in last week’s Resorter gave the wrong date for the Houghton Lake Community Band concert.  The Christmas concert will be held Wednesday, Dec. 6, not Dec. 7 as writ­ten. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. More...

‘Santa Train’ stopping in Grayling

Santa Claus is coming to town on a Lake State Railway Freight Train – Q100.3 and Lake State Rail­way will present the Santa Train tomor­row (Friday).  More...

Senior Singles to meet Dec. 13

The Roscommon Seniors Singles will hold its monthly dinner Dec. 13 at Houghton Lake Lakeside Resort.  The gathering will begin at 5 p.m. For information, call Angie at 366-9865.   More...

MISSION SUPPLIES

Home Depot is again donating items to a crew from Houghton Lake United Methodist Church for an up­coming mission trip, set for February, 2018. More...

Tools stolen from Roscommon Township business

The Roscommon County Sher­iff’s Office is looking to the public for help with identifying any in­formation related to a Roscommon Township breaking and entering case.  More...

Three members of State Police 133rd Recruit School assigned to Houghton Lake

On Nov. 30 the Michigan State Police 133rd Recruit School gradu­ated 127 new troopers, and three of them have been assigned to the Houghton Lake Post according to Post Commander First Lt. Josh Lator.   More...

Law enforcement goes bearded for The Boot

Around 20 members of the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Of­fice did not touch a razor in Novem­ber – the result another $540 raised for the Friends for Safe Schools Boot Project.   More...

Dangerous building hearings to be heard

A set of dangerous building hearings will be held today (Thursday), in accor­dance with the dangerous building ordi­nance previously approved by the town­ships of Roscommon, Denton, Lake, Markey and Backus.  More...

‘Great 68 Club’ encourages more Tip-up Town participation

Tip-up Town, U.S.A., has many busi­nesses and individuals that donate and sponsor the event every year.  More...

APPRECIATION

The folks at Scrub N Bubbles, LLC, (left to right) Rick Len­drum, Martha Harris, Melissa Akorn and Joe Lendrum receive a certificate of appreciation from Roscommon Township Supervi­sor Diane Randall Dec. More...

Village accepting applications for open library seat

The residential representative’s seat for the Roscommon Area District Library Board of Directors is currently open.  Village of Roscommon residents in­terested in being appointed to this seat should contact Village Manager John Rosczyk at More...

Shenanigan’s trivia to benefit Relay For Life

Shenanigan’s Pub, Houghton Lake, will host a Trivia Night Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. to benefit Relay For Life of Roscom­mon County and the Ameri­can Can­cer Soci­ety.  The cost is $5 per person. Teams of two to five players are allowed. More...

Resources available to help ‘climb the family tree’

Genealogy Problems: If you have now played around with some of your family history on paper, perhaps you are ready to investigate a program that you can download from the internet to record all of your information. More...

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