On July 24, 2015 The McKinney Washtub Duo delivered classic singalongs from “This Little Light of Mine” to “Folsom Prison Blues” as well as their “stock in trade” […]
This week for Wags we’re featuring Seashell. She’s a beautiful cat who was brought to the shelter after her owner passed away. She’s a very clean cat with […]
The MOISD took several students out Thursday for a visit to the Charles E. Fairman community pool in Big Rapids. The students use the time in the water […]
No public outcry was heard against switching Paris Park to a day-use fee system, so the Mecosta County Park Commission is continuing with plans to change parking at […]
More than doughnuts can be found at VanBrocklin’s Bakery in Big Rapids. Patrons who look above the pastries and dessert items will see an eclectic mix of cookie […]
Margarita was found on the highway, but now through ARC she is hoping for a family to love. She is a sweet, affectionate dog who loves cuddling and […]
The annual Dulcimer Funfest continued on Friday in Evart with hundreds of acoustic instruments and families eager to play them. One such musician was 10-year-old fiddler Solomon Crandell, […]
The annual Remus Heritage Days festival started Friday and continues through Sunday, featuring a variety of entertainment, food and vendors.
The Mecosta County Board of Commissioners voted to ratify a contract with the Police Officers Association of Michigan at the July 16 board meeting.
We stopped by Ferris State University’s volleyball camp to talk with Ferris State freshman volleyball player Mekayla Carey about the transition of learning from upper classmates to teaching younger […]
Lydia is a sweet canine who would love to give affection to her new family. She is calm, easy-going and loving. She enjoys playing, walks well on a […]
Ellen Finkbeiner and D&E Supply Co. Inc. were honored at Thursday’s Michigan Week Dinner, which took place at Reed City High School.