January 30, 2015
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The Wertz Warriors arrive at Town & Country …
ALGER — The Wertz Warriors are mounting their snowmobiles and departing on their annual fundraising ride around Michigan Feb. 1, taking off from Narski’s Meat Market in Alger at 9:15 a.m. and ultimately ending in Petoskey Feb. 7. more
This semi truck caught fire inside the garage at …
WEST BRANCH — No one was injured when a semi truck caught fire late Thursday evening at Todd Rosebrugh Trucking on M-33, according to Ogemaw Fire Chief Brent Banning. more
HALE — The list of potential candidates to be Hale Area Schools’ next superintendent has been narrowed down to six, all of whom will be interviewed by the board of education over two nights next week. more
LANSING — Amber Alert, a public warning system that is used to seek help and alert the public of high-priority child abduction cases, will now alert the public through Facebook, according to Michigan State Police officials. more
HALE — The Hale Area Schools Board of Education is scheduled to hold a special meeting Jan. 29 at 6 p.m. in which it will select the finalists for the district’s next superintendent. more
WEST BRANCH — The West Branch-Rose City Area Schools Board of Education has narrowed the list of candidates for the district’s next superintendent down to four. more
PRESCOTT — Hunters will soon be unleashed across Michigan in a 48-hour mad dash to call and kill as many predators as possible during the third annual statewide game calling competition. more
The 2015 spring turkey season in Michigan lasts …
MICHIGAN — Michigan hunters looking to increase their chances at bagging a turkey this spring have until Feb. 1 to apply for their spring turkey hunting license. more
Conservation officer Kyle Bader shows some animal …
Surline Middle School held its science fair and family night Tuesday, Jan. 27, in the middle school gym. There were activities from a number of different groups for kids to enjoy, and the Surline Middle School choir performed for those in attendance. more
WEST BRANCH — It turns out Ogemaw County commissioners actually can collect the additional per diems they approved last month, according to Ogemaw County Clerk Gary Klacking. more
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