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The Consumers Energy Outage Map shows small …
WEST BRANCH — Most Consumers Energy customers who lost power due to this week’s high winds should have power restored by Saturday according to a press release issued by the company Friday morning. more
WEST BRANCH — The Michigan Department of Transportation will be starting an extensive road construction project on I-75 from Cook Road to the Arenac and Ogemaw County line late March. more
Aaron Tuttle, right, is sworn in as the newest …
WEST BRANCH — The West Branch City Council voted unanimously to appoint Aaron Tuttle to fill the vacant seat on the council during a special meeting Thursday night. more
The Consumers Energy Outage Map shows outages in …
OGEMAW COUNTY — Approximately 932 Consumers Energy Customers in Ogemaw County were still without power Thursday after two days of high winds created power outages across the state. more
WEST BRANCH — The West Branch City Council will interview two candidates for its vacant city council seat Thursday, March 9. more
OGEMAW — High winds over the last 24 hours knocked out power to numerous customers throughout the state. “We are hit with outages all over the state because of the high winds with even higher … more
Master of Ceremony Alan Withers reads off one of …
WEST BRANCH — It was a full house at the 15th annual Peter Pan Trivia night hosted at the Knights of Columbus hall in West Branch on March 4. more
Sophia Hugo, 8, Luka Campbell, 9, and Gavin …
ROSE CITY — Rose City School kicked off Reading Month with family night March 1. Families were invited to the school from 5-7 p.m. to enjoy games and activities centered around reading and story … more
Master of Ceremonies Dave Clouse toasts the 13th …
The West Branch Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the 13th annual Chamber Winter Ball at Forward Conference Center Feb. 25. more
Seth Stewart, 15, of Lupton cooks a hot dog over …
LUPTON - A small but loyal crowd gathered at Rifle River Recreation Area in Lupton for its annual Winterfest Feb. 25. With temperatures the week prior in the mid-60s, the lack of snow didn't … more
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