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In the meantime, you can reach us at wilcoxnewspapers@gmail.com or 269-657-5080. Thanks!

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THIS WEBSITE IS A WORK IN PROGRESS

ByJordanMar 26, 20241 min read

We had a major technical issue, requiring us to rebuild from scratch. Please excuse the mess while we rebuild. In the meantime, you can reach us at wilcoxnewspapers@gmail.com or 269-657-5080. Thanks!

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May I Walk With You? CAFETERIA CHRISTIANS

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

Recently the in the news I heard the term “cafeteria Catholic” used in reference to a politician who while claiming to be a good Catholic man, supports abortion, which the Catholic Church is overwhelmingly against. The person making the comment…

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Clare City Commission approves oversight for airport project

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

Mayor Humphrey presenting Fire Chief Jim Chapman with a 15-year service recognition Fire Chief Jim Chapman with his wife and Mayor Humphrey By Pat MaurerCorrespondent Clare City Commissioners approved engineering and construction oversight by Mead & Hunt for construction of…

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Faces in the Crowd: Michigan State Police F/Lt. Travis House, Cadillac Post

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 202420 min read

Marion Press:  Would you tell us about your background where you were born, where you were raised, and your education? First Lieutenant Travis House:  I was born in Cadillac, raised in this area, went to Mesick Schools, and graduated from Mesick…

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Grant Twp reviews budget, approves road contract

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20245 min read

By Pat MaurerCorrespondent In his notes about the Grant Township meeting April 9th, Supervisor Dan Dysinger Jr. said, There was only a brief discussion regarding the budget which was adopted in March.  It is the largest budget ever for Grant…

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Sports

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Clare City Commission approves oversight for airport project

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

Mayor Humphrey presenting Fire Chief Jim Chapman with a 15-year service recognition Fire Chief Jim Chapman with his wife and Mayor Humphrey By Pat MaurerCorrespondent Clare City Commissioners approved engineering and construction oversight by Mead & Hunt for construction of…

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May I Walk With You? CAFETERIA CHRISTIANS

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

Recently the in the news I heard the term “cafeteria Catholic” used in reference to a politician who while claiming to be a good Catholic man, supports abortion, which the Catholic Church is overwhelmingly against. The person making the comment…

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Marion Village Market closure stuns residents

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20244 min read

By Genine Hopkins The sudden closure of the Marion Village Market this past Sunday, April 14, at 9 p.m. stunned residents who for months, had heard rumors of the grocery store being purchased by Roger’s in Lake. Rumors floated since…

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5K Freedom Run/Walk next Saturday

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

2023 5K run, photo by S. Landon By Pat MaurerCorrespondent A website about the annual 5K Freedom Run/Walk says, “Gear up for an electrifying experience at the 13th Annual Freedom 5K Run/Walk, where each stride celebrates the valiant heart of…

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Faces in the Crowd: Michigan State Police F/Lt. Travis House, Cadillac Post

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 202420 min read

Marion Press:  Would you tell us about your background where you were born, where you were raised, and your education? First Lieutenant Travis House:  I was born in Cadillac, raised in this area, went to Mesick Schools, and graduated from Mesick…

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Columns

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May I Walk With You? CAFETERIA CHRISTIANS

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

Recently the in the news I heard the term “cafeteria Catholic” used in reference to a politician who while claiming to be a good Catholic man, supports abortion, which the Catholic Church is overwhelmingly against. The person making the comment…

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Marion Village Market closure stuns residents

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20244 min read

By Genine Hopkins The sudden closure of the Marion Village Market this past Sunday, April 14, at 9 p.m. stunned residents who for months, had heard rumors of the grocery store being purchased by Roger’s in Lake. Rumors floated since…

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5K Freedom Run/Walk next Saturday

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

2023 5K run, photo by S. Landon By Pat MaurerCorrespondent A website about the annual 5K Freedom Run/Walk says, “Gear up for an electrifying experience at the 13th Annual Freedom 5K Run/Walk, where each stride celebrates the valiant heart of…

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Clare City Commission approves oversight for airport project

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

Mayor Humphrey presenting Fire Chief Jim Chapman with a 15-year service recognition Fire Chief Jim Chapman with his wife and Mayor Humphrey By Pat MaurerCorrespondent Clare City Commissioners approved engineering and construction oversight by Mead & Hunt for construction of…

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Faces in the Crowd: Michigan State Police F/Lt. Travis House, Cadillac Post

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 202420 min read

Marion Press:  Would you tell us about your background where you were born, where you were raised, and your education? First Lieutenant Travis House:  I was born in Cadillac, raised in this area, went to Mesick Schools, and graduated from Mesick…

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Obituaries

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Grant Twp reviews budget, approves road contract

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20245 min read

By Pat MaurerCorrespondent In his notes about the Grant Township meeting April 9th, Supervisor Dan Dysinger Jr. said, There was only a brief discussion regarding the budget which was adopted in March.  It is the largest budget ever for Grant…

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Clare City Commission approves oversight for airport project

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

Mayor Humphrey presenting Fire Chief Jim Chapman with a 15-year service recognition Fire Chief Jim Chapman with his wife and Mayor Humphrey By Pat MaurerCorrespondent Clare City Commissioners approved engineering and construction oversight by Mead & Hunt for construction of…

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THIS WEBSITE IS A WORK IN PROGRESS

ByJordanMar 26, 20241 min read

We had a major technical issue, requiring us to rebuild from scratch. Please excuse the mess while we rebuild. In the meantime, you can reach us at wilcoxnewspapers@gmail.com or 269-657-5080. Thanks!

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May I Walk With You? CAFETERIA CHRISTIANS

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 20243 min read

Recently the in the news I heard the term “cafeteria Catholic” used in reference to a politician who while claiming to be a good Catholic man, supports abortion, which the Catholic Church is overwhelmingly against. The person making the comment…

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Faces in the Crowd: Michigan State Police F/Lt. Travis House, Cadillac Post

ByEditorial StaffApr 19, 202420 min read

Marion Press:  Would you tell us about your background where you were born, where you were raised, and your education? First Lieutenant Travis House:  I was born in Cadillac, raised in this area, went to Mesick Schools, and graduated from Mesick…

More Obituaries ->