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One of Ogemaw County’s oldest buildings was …
ALGER — One of Ogemaw County’s oldest buildings, located at 5805 South M-76 in Alger, was completely destroyed by a fire Wednesday morning. more
The conservation district has been working to rid …
ARENAC COUNTY — The Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy, Arenac County Conservation District and Michigan Department of Natural Resources have spent hundreds of hours combatting the spread and growth of phragmites in the Saginaw Bay. more
Area residents have the opportunity to exchange …
OGEMAW COUNTY — The area will soon serve as the potential home of exotic pets from around the world after the Ogemaw County Board of Com­missioners approved a motion at its March 26 meeting to join Pet Pals, a brand new international pet exchange program. more
WEST BRANCH — The John Tolfree Hospital, the new 501(c)(3) organization formed by the John Tolfree Health System as part of the affiliation process, has applied for a $11.5 million loan to consolidate three outstanding loans, according to a news release issued March 31. The loan will delay a transfer of ownership that was originally set for April 1. more
Roberta Beck presents the 2014 Richard Beck …
WEST BRANCH — The Ogemaw County Conservation District hosted its 64th annual meeting at the Holy Family Parish Hall in West Branch March 30. more
Crowds fill the halls of Ogemaw Heights High …
WEST BRANCH — Local businesses will have the opportunity to showcase their wares to the public when the sixth annual Ogemaw Community and Business Expo returns to Ogemaw Heights High School April 2 from 4-8 p.m. more
Saydi Kiley, 6, of Traverse City races to fill …
WEST BRANCH — The first Easter Eggstravaganza drew a large crowd to the Ogemaw Hills Free Methodist Church March 29. The kids raced to collect Easter eggs, watched a puppet show, made crafts and enjoyed food and drinks. more
Addison Price, 4, drops an egg into her basket …
HALE — It didn’t take long for kids to clear the 3,000 eggs scattered across the lawns at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Hale during its Easter egg hunt March 28. more
Julia Mattson, 7, of Rose City takes an egg from …
ROSE CITY — Dozens of kids scoured the grounds of Rose City Park for more than 1,200 eggs during the Rose City Knights of Columbus’ annual Easter egg hunt March 28. The kids also had the chance to visit with the Easter Bunny. more
Sally Bamberger makes sure Betty and Phillip …
WHITTEMORE — With money raised over the past year, the Whittemore-Prescott varsity cheerleading team purchased a food truck and invited community members to fill their baskets with a variety of nonperishable items, produce and snacks March 28. more
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