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Hillman’s Lady Tigers
have taken their first regional championship since 2015. In front is Regina Morrison. In the second row from left are Arianna Smith, Emma Hardies, Kylee Greene, Melanie Morrison, Jessica Jones and Katelyn Kaster. In the third row from left are Cassidy Benac, Autumn Kazyaka, McKenna Klein, Nicole Barbeau, Amelia Burwell, Julia Taratuta, Brooke Bennett, Saige Flaugher and Elise Flaugher, manager. In the back row from left are Jory Benac, assistant coach, Randy Herbek, assistant coach, Ken Rundell, head coach, and Ray Selesky, assistant coach. Photo courtesy Keri Klein

Lady Tigers win softball regionals
Hillman’s Lady Tigers have won the regionals in softball for the first time since 2015. >> Full Story

County Sheriff outlines department needs if inmate housing changes
Sheriff Chad Brown presented county commissioners with a proposal of what it would take to staff the sheriff department if the county contracts with Alpena County for inmate housing. >> Full Story

Briley Township Board discusses park projects
Board members for Briley Township are questioning the costs proposed by Gosling and Czubak, an engineering firm, for re-bidding projects for the township park. >> Full Story

Death Notices
Full obituaries are in the Tribune print & paid online edition
Dorothy L. Wierzbicki
Karen D. Stevens
Charlotte Y. Snider
Eileen A. Simkins
Russell L. Pyle


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