Channeling his attention and focus into building his own  custom made bamboo fly rod last week, Gary Herber continued healing from the scars of war...
Ten law enforcement officer were recently added to a memorial wall created by a local police organization to recognize their service and honor...
Two years after opening a health sciences center, Kirtland Community College officials are forging ahead on another $10 million project on the...
Although the wind was blowing and temperatures were chilly, a group of nearly 20 walkers made a trek through Grayling to raise awareness regarding...
Crawford County voters will decide a millage proposal on the Aug. 7 primary election ballot to keep the Crawford County Transportation Authority...
The congregation at the Michelson Memorial United Methodist Church recently launched a campaign to save its landmark bell tower. “Michelson...
Channeling his attention and focus into building his own  custom made bamboo fly rod last week, Gary Herber continued healing from the scars of war with his fellow veterans. A resident Douglasville, Georgia, located just west of Atlanta, Herber was among eight disabled military veterans who...
Makayla Cragg, a 2014 Grayling High School graduate who now lives in Gaylord, is new to the art of bodybuilding, but she is already having success in the sport with several first place finishes during a competition held in Traverse City in April. Cragg played team sports during her time at...
The Grayling Vikings won both games of a varsity softball doubleheader vs. the Harbor Springs Rams – a Lake Michigan Conference opponent – on Thursday night at Grayling High School. Grayling defeated Harbor Springs 12-2 during game one of the series. Jocelyn Brown pitched a complete game for...
Grayling High School’s varsity baseball team won both games of a Lake Michigan Conference doubleheader vs. Harbor Springs on Thursday night, defeating the visiting Rams 1-0, 5-1. In game one, The Vikings scored one run in the bottom of the first inning. Neither squad scored after that, and...
Ten law enforcement officer were recently added to a memorial wall created by a local police organization to recognize their service and honor their sacrifice. National Police Memorial Day was observed on Tuesday, May 15. President John F. Kennedy set aside the date in 1962 as a national day of...
Two years after opening a health sciences center, Kirtland Community College officials are forging ahead on another $10 million project on the campus located south of Grayling. The Kirtland Community College Board of Trustees, administrators, faculty and community members attended a ceremonial...
The Crawford AuSable School District’s Board of Education agreed to offer a part-time interim superintendent position to the school chief that left the job just over a month ago. The school board held a special meeting on Thursday, May 5, to consider applicants who applied for the part-time...
After nearly four years of contested case hearings and appeals, C. Heidi Grether, the director of Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), announced her decision  last week to grant a permit to Harrietta Hills Grayling Trout Farm to expand its hatchery on the East Branch of the...
Although the wind was blowing and temperatures were chilly, a group of nearly 20 walkers made a trek through Grayling to raise awareness regarding sexual assault. The River House, Inc. held its third annual 5280 Walk on Friday, April 27. The aim for the fundraiser was for men to walk the 5,...
Two long-time members on the Crawford County Board of Commissioners are not seeking reelection, leaving a field of uncontested races for the Aug. 7 primary election. Dave Stephenson, the chairman for the Crawford County Board of Commissioners, is stepping away from his position on the county...

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