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Every three years, members of the Cadillac Area Community Foundation's Youth Advisory Committee ask their peers what they think are the most important issues facing tweens and teens.
Besides very big trees, the Clam Lake area boasted another economic bonanza; two large lakes and cold winters! By the winter 1872-73, several crude structures appeared along the shores of both lakes where local entrepreneurs cut, stored, and sold blocks of ice of various sizes to the villagers and shopkeepers.
A Cadillac man and woman have been charged with operating a methamphetamine laboratory within the city.
Flint loves to clean and loves a clean, organized house. So much, in fact, that she started JoAnn's House Cleaning Service 14 years ago as a way to help those who may not share her enthusiasm for cleaning or may be too busy to tackle those chores.
Manufacturer AAR Mobility Systems in Cadillac has been awarded two contracts totaling as much as $146 million, with an estimated value of more than $300 million over five years.
Three lucky Michigan hunters will win the hunt of a lifetime in the Michigan Department of Natural Resource's Pure Michigan Hunt.
After more than a year investigation, David Kirk Ferris II, 31, was arrested Thursday for his alleged connection with the death of 19-month-old Kalla Fisher of Grayling.
Three adult males and one juvenile were apprehended in Reed City after they allegedly entered a residence forcefully while armed, assaulted a man and made off with some of the victim's property.
TNT reports police executing search warrant in suspected meth investigation at a residence on Riverside Street in Cadillac.
Cindy Michelle Wonsey, 33, has been arraigned in 84th District Court on a count of assault by strangulation, which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $5,000.
About one-fourth of employees view their jobs as the No. 1 stressor in their lives, according to Northern National Life Insurance.
The Department of Natural Resources has announced public forums to be held throughout Michigan this spring, inviting the public to discuss local and statewide fisheries management activities and concerns.
How many millage questions Wexford County voters will see on their election ballots in August and November is a crucial question for the board of commissioners as it looks ahead.
The Cadillac Police Department says that scammers are finding homes in the area that are for sale, and posting them on Craigslist as their own for people to rent, with a goal to get victims to send them money.