By Theresa Boggs
ROSCOMMON – Roscommon area residents may notice a few changes to the kickoff of this year’s holiday season. The annual Breakfast with Santa will be conducted (pun intended) by the Roscommon High School Band Director, Seth Kilbourn, and his students, instead of the Co-op Nursery this year.
By Theresa Ekdom
COUNTY – Buck poles can be seen outside many businesses around the county during the year. Most of the time they are empty, waiting for the opening day of rifle season. They aren’t … MORE
ROSCOMMON – Are you the key to finding the owner? This distinctive key chain and key was found last week outside the Impact Office Supply store in Roscommon.
If you can identify it, or know who it belongs to, please call the store at 989-275-5037, or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ROSCOMMON CO.–With heavy snow on the ground in the Upper Peninsula and parts of the northern Lower Peninsula, the Department of Natural Resources reminds snowmobilers that while state trails on private property remain closed to riding until Monday, Dec. 1, other areas are currently open for snowmobile use.
“We’re hearing … MORE
Allan J. Gee, 87, of Houghton Lake passed away November 19, 2014 at Hilltop Manor Heath Care Center.
Allan was born on February 6, 1927 in Sumner to Hubert and Florence (Wilson) Gee. He served as a SGT in the Army during World War II.
Mr. Gee was employed for … MORE
ROSCOMMON – Sharon Zacny has been the Gerrish Township CERT (Citizens Emergency Response Team) Coordinator since 2011 when Don Granzine, the original CERT Coordinator, retired.
As the CERT Coordinator, Zacny works closely with Chief Brian Hill of the Gerrish Township Police … MORE
By Cari Talarico
ROSCOMMON-Members of the Babcock family were among the people who attended the recent Richardson School House 100 year anniversary at the Richardson School House in Roscommon. Siblings Phyliss Pfaff (West Branch), Yvonne Winter (West Branch), Walt Babcock (Rose City), and Marjorie Mischley (Alpena), former Roscommon Richardson School … MORE
By Pat Foxx
ST. HELEN-The St. Helen Civic Association implemented a new and improved bingo program this month.
There will be bigger larger payouts, new games andthey are bringing back a return of the Michigan Progressive Jackpot. They will be selling Charity Game tickets, otherwise known as ‘pull tabs.’ The … MORE
Linda Lee Antal, 61, of Higgins Lake passed away November 18, 2014 at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City.
Linda was born on February 27, 1953 in Oakland, California, to Leonard L. and Erma J. (Mangrum) Gomes. She married Paul T. Antal on December 17, 1973 in Taylor and they … MORE
ROSCOMMON COUNTY—The Otsego and Crawford-Roscommon Conservation Districts will be hosting two wreath making sessions in the first week of December. Participants will learn how to make their own wreaths with the help of conservation district staff and partners.