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WEST BRANCH — Several non-union city of West Branch employees received raises before the end of the year, ranging from 0-53 percent, amounting to nearly $100,000. However, City Manager Heather Grace said the move will actually see the city spending less money over the course of the year, after other cost savings. more
WEST BRANCH — West Branch-Rose City Area Schools Superintendent Phil Mikulski defended his decision not to close school following a snowstorm and mixed weather reports Jan. 10. According to … more
WHITTEMORE — Whittemore-Prescott varsity coach Anthony Bell has been suspended. more
WEST BRANCH — The city council took a stance against medical marijuana dispensaries after a discussion that led to a yelling match between council members during the city’s Dec. 5 meeting. more
WEST BRANCH — Ogemaw County commissioners have already begun planning cuts after voters turned down a Headlee restoration millage Aug. 2, according to Chairman Greg Illig. more
WEST BRANCH —  Soon-to-be Ogemaw County Commissioner Craig Scott cited political motivation for word being spread about a ticket he received that was recently dismissed by police. more
A ribbon cutting is held at a new Meijer store in …
WEST BRANCH — Rumors of a Meijer coming to West Branch have been floating around the area for decades. A recent revival of the rumor may have a hint of truth to it, however. more
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what is the problem here in rose city..why cant we get any new stores...restaurants...gas stations...we have one grocery store that sells outdated item..3 gas station..2 owned by same … more
John Curcio
STANDISH — The day a jury trial was set to begin for John Curcio, who was facing 18 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, and one count each of kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment, a plea deal was reached. more
Ogemaw County Building
WEST BRANCH – The Ogemaw County Board of Commissioners voted at its regular meeting Aug. 11 to place the Headlee restoration millage back on the ballot for the general election in November. more
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