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Ruth Estelle Tank, 96, of Rogers City passed away March 24, 2015 at Rogers City Tendercare.
She was born March 29, 1918 in Onaway to Wesley and Esther (Pangburn) Chapman.
Ruth and Russell were blessed with three lovely children, Marlene, Craig and Mitchell.… Read Full Story
Bastian Rye Fleming, our precious little angel passed away March 18, 2015 at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Bastian was born March 10, 2015 at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts.
Infant son of Tony and Ali Fleming of Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts.… Read Full Story
Peter Jakey—Managing Editor
Posen Consolidated Schools superintendent/principal John Palmer announced that Amy Buczkowski and Erica Ataman are this year’s valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively. They top a list of 14 honor students from the Class of 2015.
Amy ranked number one in the class with a grade point average (GPA) of 3.94 and will attend Alma College next fall to pursue a finance degree.… Read Full Story
by Angie Asam – Staff Writer
With winter sports’ season over the postseason awards have started to come in. Wednesday the Associated Press (AP) announced the Class D all-state team and senior Lexi Szymoniak was named to the first team.
Szymoniak started all 21 games for the Cardinals this season and shot 48 percent from the floor.… Read Full Story
THE SINGIN’ COWBOY (Ed Perrault) and Tumbleweed Tammy (Donna Klein) make plans during the production of “The Singin’ Cowboy.” The play is set for three more presentations, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.
(Photo by Richard Lamb)
Joan R. Cleaver, 78, of Onaway, formerly of Yuma, Arizona, died Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at McLaren Northern Michigan hospital in Petoskey. The daughter of Steve and Elizabeth (Deemer) Colucci, Joan was born in Broadway, New Jersey July 5, 1936.
Surviving Joan are her four sons, Harry “Hunce” Jr.… Read Full Story
by Angie Asam-Staff Writer
The Onaway High School Onabots traveled to Traverse City over the weekend for their first district event and did very well. The newly formed FIRST robotics team was the highest qualifying rookie team of the tournament and won the Rookie Inspiration Award which champions success in a rookie team through both the advancement of respect and the appreciation for engineering as a part of the team’s school and community.… Read Full Story