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ROSE CITY — A Curran woman sustained minor injuries following a single-vehicle motorcycle accident north of Rose City May 27. According to Ogemaw County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Gilbert Sr., … more
Ogemaw Heights senior Kelly Gildner, second from …
WEST BRANCH — Ogemaw Heights senior Kelly Gildner will continue her volleyball career after graduation, as she signed her letter of intent to play volleyball with Alpena Community College Thursday. more
PRESCOTT — A Prescott man was arrested May 25 following a domestic situation that allegedly turned violent. Troopers from the Michigan State Police responded to a report of a car striking a … more
The Hale Middle School track team poses after the …
HALE — The Hale Middle School boys and girls track teams dominated the competition this year. “When I started coaching three years ago we had 12 students,” coach Steve Bradley said. “Now … more
WEST BRANCH — The Michigan State Police West Branch Post is warning residents of a recent flurry of scams involving people claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service. According to 1st Lt. … more
West Branch Police Chief Ken Walters shows a …
Students at Surline Elementary School participated in the annual bike safety assembly Friday, put on by the West Branch Police Department. more
WEST BRANCH — The West Branch-Rose City school board voted at its regular board meeting to reject the 2016-17 annual budget from Crawford, Oscoda, Ogemaw and Roscommon Intermediate School … more
OHHS alum Alex Rose.
Ogemaw Heights 2009 graduate Alex Rose punched his ticket to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio this summer with his 65.74-meter throw in the discus in Los Angeles over the weekend. Rose had to beat a … more
Parents gather around to collect their children …
MILLS TWP. — Police say no students were seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident that involved a Whittemore-Prescott school bus Wednesday afternoon. more
OGEMAW COUNTY — All voters in the county will have the opportunity to voice their opinions with regard to at least one millage request Aug. 2, as the county will be asking voters to approve a millage restoration proposal during the state primary. more
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