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Manistee man killed in Osceola County motorcycle crash - Manistee News
Sgt. Mark Moore, with the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, stated that the driver of the Ford Fusion is not injured from the crash.
Manistee man arrested on drug charge, probation violation - Manistee News
MANISTEE — Eddie Lee Scott, 55, of Manistee, was arraigned on Aug. 3 in Manistee County’s 85th District Court for a drug related charge.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection set for Saturday - Manistee News
From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, the 11th annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day will be held at the Manistee County Road Commission facility, located at 8946 Chippewa Highway in Bear Lake.
Dredging underway in Manistee Harbor - Manistee News
Earlier this year, MCM Marine, Inc., of Sault Ste. Marie, was awarded more than $1 million to dredge approximately 60,000 cubic yards of material from Manistee Harbor and 128,000 cubic yards of material from Portage Lake Harbor.
Area schools preparing for start of 2018-19 school year - Manistee News
“Our Open House/orientation will be on Aug.29, said Veith. “The kindergarten to sixth grade Open House is from 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m., and the seventh to 12th grade open house is from 7 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.”
Horse show to open fair on Aug. 19 - Manistee News
Elaine Bossingham, horse show organizer and fair board member, said that the show will be filled with educational opportunities, along with some changes this year.
Bobcats to use grit, experience in 2018 - Manistee News
Brethren’s 2018 varsity volleyball team. Front row, from left: Summer Young, Charlee Schaefer and Kylah Fischer. Back row, from left: Megan Cordes, Halle Richardson, Whitney Danks and Eleni Guenther. Not pictured: Kaia Richardson and Meggan Macurio. (Kyle Kotecki/News Advocate)
Michigan would have generous marijuana possession limits compared to other states - Manistee News
“Michigan would be on par with Maine,” said Mason Tvert, spokesman for the national Marijuana Policy Project.
100 Years Ago - Manistee News
“Mrs. Frank Decker, Jr., charmingly entertained a number of young people at her home on Fifth Street, Thursday evening…. The evening was spent in chit chat and music, after which at a late hour dainty refreshments were served.
Michigan to tax more online purchases - Manistee News
LANSING, Mich. — Michigan’s 6 percent sales tax will soon be applied to companies with no physical location in the state, the Department of Treasury announced Monday.
PET CORNER: Adopt don't shop - Manistee News
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) states that about 1.5 million animals in shelters — 670,000 dogs and 860,000 cats — were euthanized in 2017.
Looking Back - Manistee News
After a few small revisions, state inspectors in Lansing approved plans for building the Norman Township Community Center on Wednesday. The township was able to sell the bonds necessary to build the center by the first of June. A ground-breaking ceremony was held at the site on July 4. After the fou
Looking Back for Aug. 13 - Manistee News
The Renaissance Zone gained another new business yesterday morning when Bob and Paula Gentz of Kaleva signed the final papers for a land purchase there. They bought a little over three acres of land in the Kaleva Renaissance Zone for a total cost of $4,860. They expect to build a new office in the R
Gov. Snyder kicks off Project Rising Tide in Manistee - Manistee News
“When I say that, you have cities, townships, schools, different institutions, one thing we hope Rising Tide does is bring them all together to get them on the same page,” he said. “I always like to start this off with a listening session. I said don’t tell me all the good things, let’s talk about w
Sheriff: Man arrested for animal cruelty, 2 dogs turned over to animal control
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- A Beulah man was arrested on animal cruelty charges after investigators said he punched a dog multiple times.
JOHN GANCARZ: Supreme Court justices should not lean toward a particular party - Manistee News
What is so baffling to me is how can nine well-educated people study a problem and almost every time when they vote on something, it turns out 5-4, and it is five jurists that were put on the Supreme Court by a Democratic president and the four other jurists were put on by a Republican president.
Public record from Wexford County 28th Circuit Court
CADILLAC — The following are pleas and sentences recently handed down in Wexford County 28th Circuit Court.• Natasha Trietch, of Mesick, was sentenced to 180 days in jail, with credit for 83 on charges of possession of methamphetamine, hydrocodone and marijuana, to which she previously had pleaded g
U.S. Sen. Peters visits Baldwin, Ludington during motorcycle tour - Manistee News
“Every year we visit different areas in Michigan on the motorcycle tour,” Peters said. “This gives me time to visit rural areas. I have been an avid motorcyclist from a young age. I have to get from point A to point B, and what better way than a motorcycle?”
Catamaran racing about friendly competition - Manistee News
Caesar Santana, of Grand Rapids, said participating with CRAM (Catamaran Racing Association of Michigan) is a good mix of competition and fun.
Buckley Old Engine Show slated for Aug. 16-19 - Manistee News
There over 1,000 antique steam, gas and diesel tractors, 1900s front street with blacksmith, cobbler shop, print shop and newspaper, barber shop, general store, depot, switch house and 1886 Mayfield township hall.