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Deanna Lynn Spencer has been arraigned in 84th District Court on one count of false report of a felony on July 12 in Cadillac.
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The deadline has come and gone for cleanup of the Mitchell Corporation building site to be complete, but rubble and debris still are everywhere.
The citizen volunteers who oversee public transportation in Wexford County will hold on to their seats a little longer, although they still may find themselves on the hot seat down the road.
A YMCA event today will offer the perfect opportunity for children to do a little back-to-school shopping and to have a little fun.
A 35-year-old man was charged with operating under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of heroin after he crashed a full-size SUV through the front window of a downtown Cadillac business.
Judge Audrey Van Alst is seeking election to the 84th District Court judgeship after being appointed to the position last November.
Jennette is the Wexford-Missaukee ISD superintendent, and he was the speaker during the August Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce Lecture Lunch series at Baker College.
Whether it decides to build a jail there or not, Wexford County is open to accepting a donation of 10 acres in the city of Cadillac.
A Cadillac woman's 45 X 60 inch quilt will be displayed among hundreds of other quilts designed by quilt makers from around the world.
Classic car lovers will be able to get an up-close look at some of their favorite vintage cars during the fourth annual Green Acres Classic Car Show.
Troopers from the Michigan State Police Cadillac Post discovered the mobile meth lab after stopping a vehicle for an equipment violation in South Branch Township Sunday.
A female employee at Lakeside Title suffered minor injuries in what was a likely startling situation Tuesday morning, when a GMC Yukon drove into the office building, striking her desk and pushing it into her, police said.
It's a decision many pet owners dread: when to put down a pet cat or dog after a lifetime of devoted companionship.
Proverbial crickets could be heard when motions to deny Freedom of Information Act appeals were made Monday during the Cadillac City Council meeting.
Change on a major scale could be coming to the Cadillac-Wexford Transit Authority as the Wexford County Board of Commissioners will consider giving all members of the board the boot.
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Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 08:16 am
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