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Smoke and a local lake
are seen in a spotter plane image, courtesy of the Michigan DNR.

Lightning causes 2,710-acre wildfire
Michigan Department of Natural Resources firefighters and local partners have been working to contain a wildfire in Montmorency and Cheboygan counties estimated at 2,710 acres.. >> Full Story

County to continue with American Rescue Plan Act funding
After the county put a hold on spending funding from the American Rescue Plan Act for fear of an audit, Cheri Eggett, county treasurer, said she has learned the county will not be subject to an audit this year for ARPA spending. >> Full Story

Lady Cardinals defeat Snowbirds
Johannesburg-Lewiston’s Lady Cardinals quickly defeated the Gaylord St. Mary Lady Snowbirds on May 9. >> Full Story

Death Notices
Full obituaries are in the Tribune print & paid online edition
Vivian M. Ploe
Donna M. Dick
Edna M. Hewitt
David J. Anderson
Ruth M. Luebs
Diana L. Belanger

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