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Phil Oppenheiser of the VFW Post presented the three high school students who participated in the Voice of Democracy Essay Contest with their certificates in... [Read More]
The mayor said the site, which encompasses 5.31 acres, holds value due to its location. [Read More]
There were 56 children participating in the event this year, 26 of which were from Cheboygan, 10 from the Tuscarora Township area. [Read More]
Richard "Duke" Mayo of the Cheboygan County Chapter of the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 274, was the official judge of the facial hair. [Read More]
Agents and officers arrived at the residence approximately 9 a.m. ATF agents were carrying rifles as they approached the residence, but officers were met with... [Read More]
The program is currently helping 144 students at Cheboygan Area Schools. The backpacks they take home contain six meals, plus several snacks and drinks. [Read More]
This event has taken place in Wolverine every year since the year after the attack on the United States. It has been hosted by ABATE,... [Read More]
In a 41 vote the board of the Michigan South Central Power Agency voted to hire Lansing attorney Fraser Trebilcock to "conduct a personnel investigation."... [Read More]
Vehicles lined US-23 Highway for more than a mile from downtown, with all parking lots in the Village of Mackinaw full of vehicles. [Read More]
This festival took place this year August 18-19 and the Crossings was invaded by people dressed in Renaissance period clothing, acting as though we had... [Read More]
The Topinabee Fire Department took the event over from the Topinabee Athletic Club, or TAC, who used to host it until they disbanded. [Read More]
For those who ate inside the dining room, the sides and everything else was served family style and guests could eat as much as they... [Read More]
Germany admits it has no preparations made in case of alien landing... [Read More]
Thursday's grandstand event were the mud runs. This event was opened with a moment of silence for a long time mud run participant, Harley Hollopeter,... [Read More]
The night at the fair was full of lots of revving engines and drivers from all over the state and into Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario,... [Read More]
By the end of the event, the team of horses had to pull a sled with 9,750 pounds. [Read More]
Smith said the park is old, the plaques are all in need of repair or refurbishment. The county should do more for the veterans who... [Read More]
The tournament festivities will begin with a dinner under the Big Tent, from 5-9 p.m. This dinner will be provided by the Fraternal Order of... [Read More]
Bishop Baraga Catholic School was established in 1856 by Bishop Frederic Baraga. It has been in its new building located at the corner of Western... [Read More]
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