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Today in history: Cadillac woman receives letter from brother in war

Oct. 17, 1917 Mrs. J.A. Platts, of 417 Prospect St., has received a letter from her brother, Sergeant Brown, who is in an English hospital recovering from wounds received when he went "over the top" in command of a squad in August. Sergeant Brown tells in a vivid manner of the sensations and experie

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-17 04:00:00

A Look Back on Michelle Dunaway's 40+ Mile Walk Benefiting the Ronald McDonald House

Last month 9&10's Michelle Dunaway made the trek from Traverse City to Cadillac in hopes of raising thousands of dollars for families in need of a place to stay while their children are in the hospital. Thanks to all of you, we were able to raise more than $25,000 for the Ronald McDonald House of We

9&10 NEWS - 2017-10-17 21:29:07

Wexford County to start work on planned indigent defenders office

On Wednesday, the Wexford County Board of Commissioners are scheduled to discuss several issues including establishing an Indigent Defender Office within the county.Cadillac News file photo CADILLAC - Wexford County, like other counties in the state, is taking a good hard look at how it provides leg

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-18 04:00:00

Ward Four incumbent John Meinhardt will face challenger Stephen King

CADILLAC - Ward Four incumbent Cadillac City Councilman John Meinhardt will face challenger Stephen King this November. The Cadillac News sent each candidate a list of questions to help voters get to know them and where they stand on certain issues. Incumbent John Meinhardt Tell us a little about y

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-18 04:00:00

Many veterans, seniors in area unable to make it to medical appointments

One of the most popular destinations for the Cadillac Wexford Transit Authority buses is Wal-Mart. While shopping is important, many veterans and seniors are unable to find rides to crucial medical appointments. Chris Lamphere One of the most popular destinations for the Cadillac Wexford Transit Aut

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-18 04:00:00

Scottville man headed to prison after CSC conviction

Timothy Michael Morton, 38, of Scottville is headed to prison after he was sentenced Monday in 28th Circuit Court for the sexual assault of his stepdaughter.Wexford County Jail CADILLAC - A 38-year-old Scottville man is headed to prison after he was sentenced Monday in 28th Circuit Court for the sex

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-18 04:00:00

Manton boys, McBain girls win Highland XC titles

MANTON - They were first coming in. They left with trophies. Manton's boys and McBain girls clinched Highland Conference cross country championships in the third and final league jamboree of the season at Tuesday at Manton. On the boys' side, the Rangers were first with 45 points while McBain was se

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-18 04:00:00

Lake City Man Killed in Kalkaska County Crash

We have an update on a deadly crash involving two drivers in Kalkaska County. We now know the driver killed was a 21-year-old man from Lake City. It happened on M-72 near Wish Bone Road shortly before 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. State police say one driver hit the back of a Kalkaska County Road Commis

9&10 NEWS - 2017-10-18 14:47:30

Pine River sweeps past Marion

LEROY - Pine River took care of business, beating Marion 25-7, 25-8, 25-10 in a Highland Conference volleyball match. "We came into tonight wanting to keep our intensity up all night and I feel we did a pretty good job of that," Pine River coach Jana Dennis said. "It was an emotional night having Ma

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-18 04:00:00

Wexford County Crash Sends Three To Hosptial

A crash in Wexford County sent three people to the hospital Sunday afternoon. It happened at the intersection of East 48 Road and South 45 Road in Clam Lake Township just before 2 p.m. Deputies say a van went through the stop sign and hit the side of a SUV. The driver of the van and passengers in bo

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Official cause of Skatetricity fire to remain undetermined

The investigation into the cause of the Skatetricity fire will remain undetermined after Michigan State Police investigators could not pinpoint the genesis of the blaze.Cadillac News file photo CADILLAC - The cause of the Skatetricity fire will remain undetermined after Michigan State Police investi

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-17 04:00:00

Toy Town's new owners hope to expand the shop's product line

CADILLAC - Toy Town's new owner Thaddaeus Gommesen admits that before he ran the shop, it was tricky for him to visit the store without walking out with something. "It was hard to say 'no' to my kids about everything they wanted," Gommesen said. It might get even more difficult for parents to say "n


Experiencing Northern Michigan: Fall Color Countryside Tour via Vintage Locomotive

Fall colors in Northern Michigan were near their peak this past weekend, the season's most vivid shades of gold, red, green, and orange harmonizing throughout our region's October landscapes, putting on a vibrant show. Given the changing foliage and gorgeous scenery Up North, autumn offers the perfe

9&10 NEWS - 2017-10-17 13:30:23

What's taking the city so long to install a handicap swing in the playground?

From left, Kristina and Riley Bigger pose in front of the swings at the playground across from the Sound Garden in Cadillac. Riley\'s wish to get a wheelchair swing installed at the playground was met by an outpouring of support from the community but city staff has not yet installed the swing.Chris

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-17 04:00:00

Genealogy volunteer researches family histories

CADILLAC - Because local genealogy buffs are passionate about research, they have created a resource room staffed with volunteers of the Wexford Genealogy Organization. Using the records they have collected, plus access to ancestry.com., they help people find out about their roots. The nonprofit WGO

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-17 04:00:00

How your local conservation district can be of service to you

This photograph was taken on Sept. 7, 1950, nine miles north of Cadillac. Soil erosion on this field was so severe that the soil around and under the stump was completely blown away. A layer of topsoil more than three feet deep was lost from this farm. Improved farming practices now relegate sights

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-17 04:00:00

YMCA fundraiser highlights the area's dancing talent

CADILLAC - A phenomenal collection of dancers took to the stage Saturday night, but also an outpouring of support for an organization that supports the local community. Organized by the Cadillac Area YMCA, the seventh annual "Dancing with the Y Stars" drew more than 600 people to cheer on and vote f


Clam River dam opened for winter

CADILLAC - They're just little walls that hold back some water, but sometimes we talk about them in damning terms. "Opening the floodgates" is a euphemism for taking a first step that will overwhelm and harm a community. Certainly, a breaking or swamped dam can be dangerous, as we saw with Hurricane


Chamber VP Diane Helsel named Spirit of Community award winner

Diane Helsel, winner of the \"Spirit of the Community\" award from the Lake city Area Chamber of Commerce, addresses Chamber members during the annual banquet and dinner. Diane Helsel, winner of the \"Spirit of the Community\" award, says she gets her love of people from her late mother, Erika. LAKE

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-17 04:00:00

Terry Trolz is the Lake City Chamber Citizen of the Year

LAKE CITY - Terry Trolz has been a lot of places in the world, but he lives in Lake City by choice. "It's a great place to live," he said. Trolz has a long list of activities and projects, from Missaukee Mountain to the Missaukee Golf Association, where he's president, to his volunteer activities wi

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-10-17 04:00:00