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Marjorie S. O’Brien, 76, of Ohio, formerly of Flint, died April 27, 2015. Funeral Mass was celebrated Monday, May 4, at St. Pius X Catholic Church, G-3139 Hogarth Ave., Flint.
The Rev. Robert Copeland was celebrant. Burial followed at New Calvary Catholic Cemetery.… Read Full Story
Lillian E. Hammar, 92, of Linden, died December 26, 2013.
Funeral Mass was celebrated Monday, December 30, at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 600 N. Adelaide St., Fenton. Visitation was held Saturday and Sunday at Sharp Funeral Homes, Linden Chapel, 209 E.… Read Full Story
by Peter Jakey– Managing Editor
Family and friends gathered at Joy Community Church to say their final good-byes to Deb Stuifbergen, 51; Leann Shoulders, 27; and Nick Stuifbergen, 23, who were killed in a head-on crash in North Allis Township, January 26.… Read Full Story
Thirty years ago on August 21, 1975, The Onaway Outlook was resurrected. It had been present, off and on, for nearly a century but always with different owners, staff and personnel.
But a new beginning was made when a front page editorial writer proclaimed “The Outlook is back…(and) it’s a start toward a good community newspaper.… Read Full Story
Radio station WVXA-FM, Rogers City (96.7 FM) has been nominated for a national award given by the National Association of Broadcasters. Forty finalists for the NAB Crystal Radio Awards competition were named by the National Association of Broadcasters. Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round community service efforts.… Read Full Story
First of all, thanks for noticing us on the web and for sending in your comments. In the past week, more people have looked at PIAdvance.com than in any single week since we turned the thing on December 5, 2002.
Some have offered comments, or suggestions, on what is here and what they wish to see on our website.… Read Full Story
Readers of the Onaway Outlook will have a website to get local news, as will the entire world, via the World Wide Web. Beginning in December, Presque Isle Newspapers, publishers of the Outlook and the Presque Isle County Advance, launched a website to put a slice of their community news coverage on the internet.… Read Full Story