February 17, 2019
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Seven chamber members received outstanding business awards during the annual West Branch Chamber Winter Ball Saturday, Feb. 16. Businesses were nominated in five categories, with awards also given … more
ROSE CITY — The community is once again invited to gather for the annual bonfire and chili cook-off at the Rose City Park Sunday, Feb. 17. The event, hosted by the Rose City Downtown … more
The United States Forest Service has rescinded the closure order banning alcohol within 200 feet of certain sections of the Au Sable River. more
The Whittemore-Prescott Lady Cardinals traveled to Mio AuSable for a win Feb. 11. more
The Whittemore-Prescott Cardinals wrestling team won its district title at home as it hosted the Michigan High School Athletic Association's district championship for its division. In the first … more
GAYLORD — After two major winter storms in as many weeks, Mother Nature is set to deliver another blast of winter weather Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service, which issued a Winter Storm Warning Monday afternoon. more
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — Roughly 20 percent of Consumers Energy customers in Ogemaw County and 5 percent in Arenac County were without power Friday morning. more
WEST BRANCH — Some West Branch-area residents were reporting power outages Thursday afternoon, according to Consumers Energy. more
ST. HELEN — Prayers for good snow are going up for the St. Helen Snowpackers’ 17th annual Snow Run, but either way the event will proceed Feb. 9. ... more
National Weather Service Meteorologists are warning Northern Michigan residents of severe conditions that could be ripe for power outages throughout this week. more
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