Montmorency County Courthouse reopened to
the public June 1 - face masks are required
The Montmorency County Courthouse reopened for business on June 1. >>
Recent heat wave broke records in NE Michigan
The recent heat wave broke temperature records for some cities in Northeast Michigan with the highest temperatures logged on May 26. >>
Tax foreclosure redemption deadline extended to June 29
Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-106, which extends the deadline for Michigan residents to pay back taxes and avoid foreclosure on their property during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to June 29, 2020. >>
Full obituaries are in the Tribune print & paid online edition
William L. Craig
Andrew R. Kocur
Gordon E. Ferguson
Robert S. Newton
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