ROSCOMMON–The Roscommon Area Youth Booster Club recently received a Grant totaling $2,078.32 from the Roscommon County Community Foundation (RCCF) to help support add-on project destinations for the Roscommon High School’s (RHS) 2014 Europe Trip. The funds were provided from the Sarah Eulaine Tucker (class of 1977) Fund.
The add-on destinations … MORE
ROSCOMMON–Marilyn Stuart and Chuck Feldman of the Roscommon Flotilla of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary presented a certificate of appreciation to Kim and Bill Morley for their contribution to boating safety programs.
As the new owners of Pioneer Hills Marine they provided room in their show room for three … MORE
HIGGINS LAKE–Seth Sebert of Roscommon used one shot from a Tikka rifle chambered in .308 caliber to take his first Michigan whitetail deer this weekend. The Roscommon 10th grader was hunting in Higgins Lake on Saturday evening.
It was an exciting weekend for deer hunters in Michigan as the Liberty Hunt … MORE
ST. HELEN–St. Helen’s Downtown Development Authority is sponsoring a horseshoe tournament Sept. 20 beginning at noon.
The tourney will be at Richfield Twp. Park in St. Helen, (east on Airport at the light).
Coney Dog Luncheon available for $5.00 or beverages for $1.00.
WEST BRANCH–Starting at the West Branch Library, the annual Quilt Walk will have hundreds of quilts on display, quilting demonstrations, and a “Sewing room sale.
Admission to the walk is $5 and all proceeds benefit Hospice of Helping Hands.
For more information or to … MORE
HIGGINS LAKE–With a benchmark anniversary at hand, the Higgins Lake Foundation (HLF) Board of Directors have been reviewing the past 25 years of accomplishments and looking forward to the projects, programs and potential growth in its future.
When looking back, it … MORE
HIGGINS LAKE–Camp Westminster was presented with a $1,300.00 grant from the Higgins Lake Foundation for testing Higgins Lake water and drinking water supporting safe use by swimmers and campers throughout the 2014 camping season. We are pleased to report that no irregularities were reported.
The Higgins Lake Foundation applauds the commitment Camp … MORE
LANSING. – For more than 83,000 families there are only questions that have no answers. A loved one went off to serve their country and never returned. They are counted among the Americans missing in action (MIA) from World War II, the Korean War, the Cold War, the Vietnam War … MORE
Patricia Lou Johnson, 83, of Prudenville passed away September 11, 2014 at her home with her family by her side.
Patricia was born December 30, 1930 in Twinning to Clarence V. and Nellie (Sheldon) Brown. She married Arthur Johnson on July … MORE