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Ashley Parker has been knocked down and has bounced back up many times in her short life, and after taking a break over the next several months to devote time to her family, she will be taking on the fight of her life. Parker, formerly Ashley Morgan, just turned 31. At age 11, she was diagnosed...
Crawford County netted the largest pot of money earmarked to rehabilitate area housing from the State of Michigan. The Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) recently announced over $1 million in HOME Investment Partnerships Program grants, which will allow home rehabilitation and...
Grayling area senior citizens are sprucing up their own homes and those of their peers in nursing homes in and assisted living facilities through  flower arrangements classes. The classes are being held at 10 a.m. on Mondays at the Crawford County Commission on Aging and Senior Center, 307...
A group of Grayling Elementary School students recently made a trip to Ford Field, where the Detroit Lions roar and soar, to catch some pointers to keep their peers more active and healthy. Thirty-four elementary and middle schools throughout Michigan participated in the Fuel Up to Play 60...
The Grayling High School’s Robo Vikes are ready to smash their competitors as flat as a pancake in their second year of competition. The Grayling Robo Vikes has its robot bagged and ready to roll for its second year, with more mentors and sponsors backing the group. The team, officially known...
The AuSable Valley Animal Shelter, with help from an online fundraising effort, is currently trying to raise money to help the non-profit organization with one of the operation’s biggest financial hurdles: veterinary bills. Cheryl Postma, Director of the AuSable Valley Animal Shelter, said the...
A Grayling businesswoman who works to promote the community and is involved with several local regional organizations was recognized with the 2016 Citizen of the Year Award. Sheryl A. Coyne, the president of Blarney Stone Broadcasting, was honored  with the Citizen of the Year Award on Thursday...
A well needed and dual purpose truck recently went into service for the Grayling Fire Department. The engine and rescue truck, which can be utilized for a myriad of uses, replaced a 1984 truck used to carry rescue equipment and a 1983 fire engine, which was used to extinguish structure fires...
A clinic has recently opened in Grayling that will allow patients to be more heart smart, cut down on travel time and costs, and be more earth friendly. Traverse Heart and Vascular opened to serve patients on Jan. 1 in the Maxon Medical Building,  1107 E. Michigan Ave. Dynamic Physical Therapy...
Camp Grayling is currently reconstructing its main gate, forcing a detour of all traffic coming into the base – military and civilian – to an alternate entrance until the project’s completion later this year. SFC Jeremie A. Mead, Community Relations Specialist for Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver...

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