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The Iosco County Board Of Commissioners Committee of the Whole discussed a resolution on gypsy moths.  The Committee voted to move a resolution seeking a study on gypsy moths in the northwestern section of the county to the full board. According to the Oscoda Press, the resolution allows Aquatic Consulting Services of Sanford to conduct a study to determine if spraying for the caterpillars and moths will be needed in the future. The study was prompted by many residents of Plainfield Township who have complained of an infestation of gypsy moths. The study would cost $8,567 dollars which would come from a fund the county has to deal with gypsy moths. The committee voted unanimously to send the resolution to the full board for consideration at their next meeting.   

Athletic facilities are being upgraded at Kinde North Huron High School.  Kinde North Huron is receiving its first major renovation since 2000. According to the Huron Daily Tribune, the district is doing a complete overhaul of the track. Renovations began in the spring with hopes to have the project completed before the 2020 track and field season. In addition to the track upgrade, a new storage building for track and field and football equipment will be built as well as updates to the bleachers surrounding the football field and new windows for the press box. A new entrance building to the athletic complex at the west end will be built that will include concessions, restrooms and referee rooms. 


 Thu. Local News Audio


A man faces charges after a domestic assault investigation. According to Up North Live, Michigan State Police report Michael Cherkoian, 42, was arrested for domestic assault and larceny on June 25th. He was released from the Alcona County jail with a condition he has no contact with the victim in the case. Investigators said the assault victim from the June incident contacted Alcona County Central Dispatch on August 9th to report Cherkoian had made numerous unwanted contacts since his release from jail. A trooper responded to investigate and found numerous instances of unwanted contacts were documented. About an hour after the trooper left the victim, Alcona County Central Dispatch said they received another call from the victim saying Cherkoian was currently following them in his vehicle. A trooper responded and located Cherkoian as he was following the victim. Cherkoian was arrested for aggravated stalking.

The Tawas Area Schools Superintendent will be resigning.  Jeff Hutchison tendered his resignation as Superintendent at Tawas Area Schools. According to the Iosco County News Herald, Hutchison has accepted a job at the Iosco Regional Educational Service Agency as it special education director. Hutchison has worked at Tawas Area Schools for the past 22 years as a teacher, special education director and building principal. He was hired by the school board as superintendent in July 2014. Hutchison's resignation is effective as of August 31st.

An Oscoda County Township is working to remove an invasive species from their lake. The Comins Township Board hired a local diving company to remove Eurasian milfoil from sections of Perry Lake. According to the Oscoda County Herald, a study performed by Restorative Lake Sciences found roughly three to three and a half acres of the plant currently in the lake. Township Supervisor Rob Murphy said by hiring the divers to clean the township's portion of the lake, concerned residents will follow in their footsteps. The diving company hired to take care of the situation is owned by a lake resident who is offering his services at a significant discount that is being offered to Perry Lake residents who choose to hire the company. Murphy said taking on milfoil this way could possibly prove cheaper than instituting an assessment district.  

Representative Sue Allor will hold office hours on Friday. Allor, of Wolverine, will be at the AuSable Township Hall, 4420 North U.S. 23 from 11am-Noon and at the Alcona County Library, 312 West Main Street, in Harrisville from 4:30-5:30pm tomorrow. Allor said she is looking forward to answering any questions, sharing ideas and discussing issues with residents. To reach Allor at her Lansing office call 517-373-0833.


 Wed. Local News Audio


Oscoda Township Officials recently voted to change wages for election workers.  Oscoda Township Trustees approved adjustments to wages for election workers. According to the Oscoda Press, Township Clerk John Nordeen suggested switching the pay structure from a per day basis to an hourly basis. Nordeen said it will result in a simpler, truer and more accurate system for compensation of the time put in by election workers. Nordeen said the current flat rate for an inspector is $160 for a 16 hour work day and chairs and co-chairs receive $200 for a 16 hour work day. The Township Board voted to go with an hourly wage of $11.46 for inspectors and $14.32 for chairs and co-chairs

MDOT is seeking public input on its 2020 through 2024 Five Year Transportation Program.  The Michigan Department of Transportation's five year plan specifies the planned projects for the next several years. According to the Ogemaw County Herald, planned projects include seven bridge preservation projects, four bridge replacement projects and approximately 10.5 miles of road projects in Arenac County. In Ogemaw County there are plans for a bridge replacement, culvert replacement on M-33 at Houghton Creek and a road construction project from Fairview Road to M-30. In Oscoda County a bridge preservation project is scheduled at the river crossing on M-33 in Mio. Comments on the plan will be accepted until August 30th at Michigan Dot Gov.   

The Ogemaw County Road Commission reports that North Sage Lake Road in Hill Township, is closed today to all through traffic due to culvert replacement, just south of the Sage Lake boat launch from 7am until 4:30pm. For more information call 345-0234.

The East Tawas Dairy Queen recently held a fundraiser and designated Ascension St. Joseph Hospital Foundation as the recipient. Each year, Dairy Queen has Miracle Treat Day and donates a portion from each Blizzard ice cream treat sold to a local charity. Adam and Lindsay Wilcox, owners of the Dairy Queen in East Tawas, chose Ascension St. Joseph and the Maternal Infant Fund because they had excellent experiences with the delivery of their three children. Dairy Queen donated $1 from each of the 404 Blizzards sold plus $316.09 in donations for a total of $720.09. The Wilcox Family presented a check to Ascension St. Joseph Hospital leaders, with the funds designated towards the purchase of infant sleep sacks and childbirth and breastfeeding educational materials.


 Tue. Local News Audio


Ascension St. Joseph Hospital recently received 113 Jared Boxes from Grace Lutheran church in East Tawas. Jared Boxes are filled with toys, games and well wishes to lift the spirits of children at the hospital. Jared Boxes are given to children in the emergency department, birthing unit and surgery. Some of the children are patients while others may be there waiting for a loved one that is a patient. Grace Lutheran Church received a grant from the Northern Lower Michigan Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America and kids from their vacation bible school assembled the boxes.

Oscoda County Officials recently heard their annual audit report.  The Oscoda County Board of Commissioners were given the annual audit by James Anderson. According to the Oscoda County Herald, the county saw a total revenue increase of approximately $200,000 dollars. Anderson told the commissioners that 2018 was a better year financially than 2017, mainly due to the fact that voters approved two EMS millages. Those millages meant that the county did not have to contribute to the ambulance budget to keep it operational. The increase in overall revenue was accompanied by a slight decrease in total expenditures of $35,000 dollars. Anderson said overall the county is doing well financially but suggested a long term plan to figure out which of the fiscal responsibilities are the most important.

Port Austin Officials are looking to update the recreation portion of their master plan.  The recreation portion of Port Austin Township's master plan has not been updated in nearly thirty years. According to the Huron Daily Tribune, the Port Austin Township Planning Commission is seeking public input on what updates should be made. The commission put out a questionnaire asking the community members several questions on how to improve the area's recreational experience. The commission will also be hosting a public meeting tomorrow morning at 9am, at the Port Austin Township Hall at 8751 Hellems Road. During the meeting, officials are hoping the public will voice their opinions on which direction the township could go. 



 Mon. Local News Audio


The Tawas Area Schools Board of Education will meet tonight. On their agenda is a discussion on an increase of lunch prices, the hiring of educational assistants and a cook's helper and the awarding of the playground bid. The board will also meet in executive session for a hearing on a student request to return to school. The meeting will be held this evening in the boardroom of the administration office in Tawas City beginning at 7pm.

The City of Standish will receive grant money for a feasibility study.  The $40,000 dollar grant is from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. According to the Arenac County Independent, City Manager Jerry Nelson said the grant funding will be used to conduct a farmer's market feasibility study and preliminary design of a pavilion later this month or in early September. Nelson said the next step will be hiring a firm to ensure the plan is economically feasible and to start the design plan of the pavilion. Nelson said they are currently looking at two sites for the farmer's market including the new fairgrounds. City officials will apply for another grant through the USDA again next year for the actual construction. Nelson said he expects the project to be completed by the summer of 2021.

Ogemaw County Parks and Recreation will be taking on another project.  The Parks and Recreation Committee is taking over the local development of the Iron Belle Trail. According to the Ogemaw County Herald, Parks Committee member, Scott Bell, said the local planning and development was paid for through a grant from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Bell said making the Iron Belle Trail come into West Branch was fundamental. The committee has picked out some routes coming across Rose City Road to Fairview Road and down into West Branch before heading to St. Helen. Bell said the Parks and Recreation Committee will host a public meeting in the near future so community members can learn more about the trail system.


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A murder suspect was arrested after he jumped into Lake Michigan on Thursday. 27- year-old Ryan Berry gave up after negotiations in the water and boarded the Ottawa County Sheriff's Marine Patrol boat. He's accused in the shooting death of 28-year-old Evan Yonker in Dalton Township. (Photo:  Ryan Allen Berry)

Two motorcycle riders were injured in two separate accidents in the same area last night in west Michigan. The Ottawa County Sheriff's Office says a 47-year-old man lost control on a curve east of Marne and crashed in the ditch. He was airlifted to the hospital with serious injuries. Emergency crews also found that another motorcyclist had also crashed after losing control on the curve. That 44-year-old man was taken to the hospital with head injuries. Speed was reportedly a factor in both crashes and neither man was wearing a helmet.

A west Michigan man, who was wrongfully convicted in the deaths of his wife and two young daughters, has been awarded wrongful imprisonment compensation of one-point three million dollars from the state. The money for David Gavitt , who was convicted of three counts of felony murder and one count of arson in 1985, has been approved by State Attorney General Dana Nessel . The University of Michigan Innocence Clinic found that there was no evidence that the fire was intentionally set. (Photo: David Gavitt)

The Oakland County Sheriff is investigating a staffer at the Board of Commissioners for allegedly anointing the chambers - including commissioners and audience members seats - with olive oil. The woman claimed she wanted to get rid of all the negative energy in the room. It's the latest twist in the ongoing controversy over the replacement for the late County Executive L Brooks Patterson. The Board will meet to make a choice today - as the Board chair who resigned to take the job will attempt to get his job back.

There are new sexual assault charges in the athletic department at Michigan State. Athletic trainer David Jager is on paid administrative leave after he was accused of domestic violence and the attempted sexual assault of his girlfriend as well as another woman. Jager was accused in December by the Attorney General of failing to report what he knew about disgraced former sports doctor Larry Nassar. (Photo: David Jager)

Today marks an ominous anniversary. It's been 32 years since the crash of Northwest Airlines Flight 255 just after take-off from Detroit Metro Airport, strewing debris over I-94. There was only one survivor on the flight - a four-year-old girl. Officials were unsure how Cecilia Chihan survived the crash, but she may have been shielded by her mother's body.

The search goes on for a boater in northern Michigan after his boat beached itself in Northport. It's believed boat owner, 57-year-old Terry Warren, may have fallen overboard Wednesday afternoon.  The Coast Guard searched all night and throughout the day Wednesday.  The effort is now considered a search and recovery mission.

There's a warning from the U.S. Coast Guard as the annual Port Huron Float down is occurring this Sunday. Five to ten thousand people are expected to take to the St. Clair River on rafts or other floatation device. Coast Guard Lieutenant Junior Grade Justin Bommer says it's more dangerous this year with higher water levels on rivers and lakes. Bommer says people should wear a life jacket, file a float plan, and put their identification and cell phone in a waterproof container. In 2016, high winds led to some 15-hundred people being stranded in Canada and many didn't have identification. Some were injured and had hypothermia.

Can marijuana cure the brain trauma suffered by some football players and other athletes? Former Lions great Calvin Johnson is joining Rob Sims in a new medical marijuana venture to test just that. The pair have reached an agreement with Medical Cannabis Institute at Harvard University. The partnership is to research whether marijuana can treat CTE - the concussion syndrome caused by repeated blows to the head.



A northern Michigan University football player , Ratavian Rinkines (ra-tave-ee-en Rinkins), has rescued a swimmer who was struggling in Lake Superior at Presque Isle Park. Rinkines , a sophomore from Lansing, was sitting on the beach next to Black Rocks when he noticed the man swimming and then stop and start yelling for his wife. He says he realized he must be drowning , so he yelled for his wife too, but she couldn't hear him so he sprinted around the beach and pulled him out of the water. The man told him that his muscles cramped up and he could no longer swim.

A Calhoun County Sheriff's deputy was driving 66 miles per hour, nearly twice the speed limit when he hit and killed an 11-year-old boy, according to the boy's family. The mother of Norman Hood, Christina Valadez, says she wants the deputy prosecuted for killing her son. The deputy was headed to a report of a break-in last May when he hit the boy , who was riding a miniature motorized bike. The family has filed civil suit as the investigation continues.

Chippewa County Sheriff Michael Bitnar is back in the hospital. 9 and 10 News reports Bitnar was released from the hospital, but rushed back to the emergency room for severe abdominal pain last night. He was involved in a crash over the weekend.


The latest Realcomp report shows July home sales have seen some modest increases, up by 3.2% year-over-year. The median sale price, however, is at a five-year high and more than one in four listings in July went pending in the same month. Year-over-year medians sales prices did see an increase of just over 2%.

A southwest Michigan woman is accused of embezzling nearly 40-thousand dollars from a church in the Battle Creek area. Marcia Lutz is accused of taking some 38- thousand dollars from First Christian Church in Emmett Township. Lutz is already facing charges for concealing her mother's death. The body of Phyllis Lutz was found buried in the yard of her Leroy Township home in January.

Off-road vehicle enthusiasts can explore Michigan's 37-hundred miles of trails and five "scramble" areas that are open to them for no charge this weekend. All rules still apply, but riders on designated routes and trails will not need a license or trail permit Saturday and Sunday. The DNR says it's the perfect opportunity to get a look at Michigan's off-road riding areas. A Recreation Passport is required where applicable, such as the scramble areas.



The six-month-old baby who'd been missing for several hours out of Burton ,in Genesee County, has been found. Burton Police say the father, Michael Breed, who did not have custody of the girl, took Myah Leigh to his mother's house, the baby's grandmother and she ultimately called police. Michael Breed is still "outstanding" and police are looking for him, but the biggest concern was the girl who is safe. Child Protective Services has been contacted about the case.

It was a close call for some kayakers on a guided tour at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore . That's as a big section of cliff fell into Lake Superior about 50 feet away from the 18 kayakers. They were not hurt, but one of their guides , Van Ouellette-Ballas tells W-LU-C that it will change the way he kayaks. He says he's definitely not getting under these rocks again.

A man was placed under arrest at Detroit Metro Airport for allegedly scamming money out of passengers. Airport Authority Police says 44-year-old Michael Borovetz is a professional poker player and is known for fraud in 13 states. He's been convicted of fraud at airports across the country several times. Police say Borovetz began at Detroit Metro in 2015, giving a sob story to passengers about needing money. He promised to pay them back, they would never hear from him again. Borovetz has been charged with two misdemeanors punishable by up to a year in jail.



Voters in one northern Michigan town will decide in November if they'll allow recreational marijuana businesses in the Village of Central Lake. The village had opted out of recreational marijuana, but a citizen-led ballot initiative brought it back. Kelly Young started the petition and tells 9 and 10 News that there are already medical marijuana growers around Central Lake and she wants an industry where everyone can work together to create safe access to cannabis.

Testimony in the sex assault trial of former Michigan State University basketball star Mateen Cleaves will pick back up this morning. Cleaves' attorney told jurors the sex was consensual. He's charged with rape and unlawful imprisonment. A judge dismissed the charges in 2016, but they were re-instated after an appeal.

A former Lansing police officer has pleaded no contest to charges that he attempted to kiss and molest three girls at a Lansing high school and in his patrol vehicle. Matthew Priebe was a resource officer with Lansing schools. The victims were between 14 and 17 at the time of the assaults which took place over a three-year period. He resigned in June after 10 years with the department. Prosecutors say not more than 12 months in jail is recommended, while he will also have to register as a sex offender.



A series of break-ins at cell phone stores in west Michigan has been reported over the past two days. Reports of break-ins early this morning in Algoma Township at an A-T-& T Store and at a Sprint Store in Plainfield Township have been filed with police. There was also a break-in at A Verizon Wireless store Sunday in Plainfield Township. The Kent County Sheriff's Department is investigating.

One person was injured in a fire in Ironwood in the Upper Peninsula Sunday afternoon. There was a fire on the second floor of the Pines Cafe. One person was taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation. No word yet what caused the fire.

A 22-year-old Montcalm County man was airlifted to a hospital in Grand Rapids with serious injuries after a crash in Kent County over the weekend. The man crashed his pickup truck into trees in Spencer Township Saturday night. The Kent County Sheriff's Office is investigating the cause of the crash. Get the cheap gas while you can -- there's a bump at the pump expected today.


Thursday, August 15, 2019

President Donald Trump holds 'Keep America Great' campaign rally in New Hampshire (7:00pm ET)

R. Kelly court hearing on sexual abuse charges

50th anniversary of Woodstock

Fortune's Fastest Growing Companies and Change the World lists released

Forbes Highest-Paid Actresses list published

Little League Baseball World Series

Court hearing for son of Mexican cartel leader on U.S. drug charges (5:00pm ET)

Friday, August 16, 2019

'Black Church Presidential Candidate Conversation series' event, with 2020 Democrats

2020 Trail
Joe Biden on campaign trail in Delaware
Cory Booker on campaign trail in Georgia (6.30pm ET)
Andrew Yang on campaign trail in New Hampshire (4:00pm ET)

1st anniversary of Aretha Franklin's death

National Roller Coaster Day


Saturday, August 17, 2019

President Donald Trump continues extended break at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in New Jersey

National Honey Bee Day

2020 Trail
Steve Bullock, Cory Booker, Andrew Yang and Julian Castro in New Hampshire; Joe Biden in Massachusetts; Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg in South Carolina; Seth Moulton and Joe Sestak in Iowa; Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in Georgia; Marianne Williamson in California

Sunday, August 18, 2019

President Donald Trump concludes extended break at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in New Jersey

2020 Trail
Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in South Carolina; Joe Biden in Massachusetts; Julian Castro, Andrew Yang and Seth Moulton in New Hampshire; Kirsten Gillibrand in Missouri; Joe Sestak in Iowa

Monday, August 19, 2019

Vice President Mike Pence addresses Detroit Economic Club (12:00 PM ET)

2020 Trail
Bernie Sanders, Steve Bullock, Julian Castro, John Delaney and Marianne Williamson in Iowa; Elizabeth Warren in Minnesota; Kirsten Gillibrand in Washington, DC; Seth Moulton in New Hampshire

Fortune's Change the World list released

World Humanitarian Day

15th anniversary of Google debut as a publicly listed company

Macron meets Putin in France amid 'hopes' of Ukraine conflict breakthrough

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

President Trump welcomes Romanian counterpart to the White House

Toronto International Film Festival schedule announced

National Radio Day

Court hearing in lawsuit filed by City of Chicago over Jussie Smollett investigative costs following alleged attack (10:00 AM ET)

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

AMVETS 75th Annual National Convention, day two, including remarks from President Donald Trump
President Trump expected to headline private fundraiser for Kentucky Gov. Bevin

Iowa Federation of Labor Annual Convention, with 2020 Dems speaking:
former Vice President Joe Biden, Sens. Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Michael Bennet, Reps. Tulsi Gabbard and Tim Ryan, Montana Governor Steve Bullock, Washington Governor Jay Inslee, South Bend, IN Mayor Pete Buttigieg, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro, former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, former Reps. Beto O'Rourke, John Delaney and Joe Sestak, author Marianne Williamson 

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Court hearing for former California policeman arrested in 'Golden State' serial killer case (4:35 PM ET)
Court hearing for former California police officer Joseph James DeAngelo, suspected of being the so-called 'Golden State Killer'.

Forbes Highest-Paid Actors list published

Economist Intelligence Unit Global Liveability Ranking published

2020 Trail

Elizabeth Warren reportedly headlines gala in San Francisco
Cory Booker on campaign trail in California (8 PM ET)

Friday, August 23, 2019

Court hearing for Michael Avenatti on extortion charges (12:30 PT)

Court hearing for Dayton, OH gunman's friend on gun-related charge (1:30 PM ET)
Preliminary hearing for Ethan Kollie, on charges including possession of a firearm by an unlawful user/addict of a controlled substance, and making a false statement regarding firearms. Kollie, a friend of gunman Connor Betts - who fatally gunned down nine people outside a Dayton, OH, bar

2020 Trail
Former Vice President Joe Biden campaigns in New Hampshire
South Bend, IN Mayor Pete Buttigieg campaigns in New Hampshire
Former Second Lady Dr Jill Biden campaigns in North Carolina on behalf of her husband 2020 Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden

Taylor Swift releases new album


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