October 18, 2017
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WEST BRANCH — The importance of education to economic development will be the focus for the Ogemaw County EDC’s annual Economic Outlook event Oct. 19. “I am sure we will be talking about … more
Terry and Bree Zettel of Lupton pose as Jason …
It wasn’t the first time Mother Nature threatened the annual Rose City Pumpkin Bash, but the weather held off long enough for area families to enjoy the many activities in the Rose City Park for the annual event Saturday. There were tons of activities for kids, a pumpkin catapult that also launched candy, and plenty of treats to be had. more
A conifer tree quilt created by Cora Killinger.
West Branch residents got a chance to check out and purchase quilts and handmade products from area residents at the 33rd annual Quilt Walk from Thursday, Oct. 5, through Saturday, Oct. 7. … more
WEST BRANCH — In an effort to extend its three-phase approach to combat illegal drugs, the Michigan State Police is rolling out Angel Programs across the state to provide drug addicts an additional … more
The charred chassis of a tractor and pieces of …
WEST BRANCH — A West Branch Township barn was a total loss following a fire that occurred in the early morning hours Oct. 11. Ogemaw Fire Department Assistant Chief Jim Clark said the department … more
ALGER — Those hoping to get an early taste of Halloween and some after-dark thrills may find what they’re looking for at Cole Canoe Base Oct. 14. ... more
Doug Roop and Mackenzie Fritz pose for a photo …
Seniors Mackenzie Fritz and Doug Roop were crowned as the Ogemaw Heights king and queen during the halftime game between the Tawas Braves and the Ogemaw Heights Falcons Oct. 6. Before the game, … more
Tanner Klein and Megan Boyer pose for a photo …
Hale hosted its football homecoming Friday, Oct. 6. more
2017 Whittemore-Prescott Homecoming Queen and …
Seniors Karagen Koch and Cole Svejcara were crowned Whittemore-Prescott homecoming queen and king during halftime of W-P’s football game against Rogers City Friday night. more
The Pooch Parade makes its way around the path at …
A small but friendly group of dogs and their owners attended the first Pooch Parade Saturday at the Tolfree Wellness Park in West Branch. The event, which was put on by the Tolfree Foundation, was a kickoff campaign toward raising money to construct a dog park at the park next year. more
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