Wexford County sheriff's deputies identified three individuals linked to the numerous thefts during a traffic stop in South Branch Township on Saturday, June 15. Drug paraphernalia was openly seen in the suspect vehicle and police discovered more drug paraphernalia, suspected controlled substances and components commonly used to manufacture meth ... (more)
While some men spent Father's Day unwrapping a new tie, others used it to show off their classic cars and motorcycles.
Growing up, Ken Schepers watched his father fight fires for 42 years. Retiring at the age of 62, his father left one important tip.
Love is a funny thing. Sometimes it is blind. Other times it is at first site. For Harold Falan, his love of the Shay Locomotive and trains in general started at a young age and grew over the years.
Does the Escape Bar and Grill have some patrons who dropped by for a pint - and stayed well past closing time? Perhaps decades past the expiration of their bar tab? After a three-day, two-night study by the paranormal investigation team of Ghost Investigators, LLC, the verdict is that, in fact, the sightings, sounds, and strange occurrences in the ... (more)
After a short break, the Cadillac City Council is ready to continue its recycling conversation, and residents will know Monday night if they will have curbside recycling when the council makes a final decision on a new waste hauling contract.
Community members and veterans gathered in Mesick and Cadillac to pay their respect to Old Glory with Flag Day ceremonies commemorating the Stars and Stripes.
In an announcement that is expected to elicit mixed reactions, the First Congregational Church of Christ in Cadillac has joined a handful of other churches in the area that are open and affirmative toward members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
"People don't know who we are even though we have been here for 25 years," she admitted.
Staats said they talked about the nice weather, and other things they had in common, such as hunting, and an interest in guns.
After the success of last year's Back To The Bricks Tour, the participating cities weren't going to be caught by surprise this month.
A year-and-a-half after legalizing louder, more powerful fireworks in Michigan, lawmakers are giving local governments the power to restrict their use around holidays after a slew of complaints were lodged by the public.
A story in Tuesday's edition of the Cadillac News should have stated that Haring Township's new waste water treatment plant is expected to be completed by June 2015.
The Cadillac Elks Lodge No. 680 will hold its annual ceremony commemorating Flag Day on Friday.