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DIANE D. Happy birthday May 22! Blessings on your new year!

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To those of you who sent cards, phone calls and memorials, we say thank you. We would like to especially thank Jackie, Matt, Joan, Janell, Laura, Ted Beck, Levi and the Hospice of Michigan nurses. The family of Duane Haneckow.

Eileen, Duane Jr. And Suzanne

 

Special Notices

PRESQUE ISLE Township zoning ordinance, amended sign ordinance 23.2B. “Signs may be illuminated in the C-1,C-2, I-1,I-2,C-F districts only. Moving, flashing or revolving signs are permitted in C-1,C-F and C-M districts only except as otherwise expressly permitted under this ordinance. No sign shall constitute a nuisance as that term is defined under Michigan law.” Effective May 29, 2019.

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KRAKOW TOWNSHIP (Presque Isle County, Michigan). Notice of adoption of ordinance no. 2019-01. Take notice that on the 14th day of May, 2019, the township board of the Township of Krakow adopted ordinance no. 2019-091 as follows: Prohibition of marihuana establishments ordinance. An ordinance to provide a title for the ordinance; to define words; to prohibit marihuana establishments within the boundaries of Krakow Township pursuant to Law 1 of 2018, the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act, as may be amended; to provide penalties for violation of this ordinance; to provide for severability; to repeal all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict therewith; and to provide an effective date. The township of Krakow Presque Isle County, Michigan ordains: Section I Title: This ordinance shall be known as, and may be cited as the Krakow Township prohibition of marihuana establishments ordinance. Section II Definitions: Words used herein shall have the definitions as provided for in the Initiated Law 1 of 2018, the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act, as may be amended. Section III: No Marihuana Establishments: Krakow Township hereby prohibits all marihuana establishments within the boundaries of the township pursuant to the Initiated Law 1 of 2018, Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act, as may be amended. Section IV: Violations and Penalties: A. Any person or organization who violates any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be responsible for a municipal civil infraction, as defined by Section 113 of the Revised Judicature Act of 1961, begin Michigan Public Act 236 of 1961, as amended (“Public Act 236”). B. The Krakow Township supervisor, the Krakow township zoning administrator, and Krakow Township officials and employees as may be authorized by the Krakow Township board of trustees are authorized to administer and enforce this ordinance and issue municipal civil infraction citations. C. A municipal civil infraction may be commenced upon the issuance by an authorized local official directing the defendant to appear in court. D. Failure of the defendant to appear within the time specified on a citation or at the time scheduled for a hearing or appearance is a misdemeanor punishable by up to ninety (90) days in jail and/or up to a $500.00 fine, plus cost of prosecution, and can result in the entry of a default judgment against the defendant on the municipal civil infraction. E. A defendant found responsible by the judge or magistrate for a violation of this ordinance shall pay a fine not to exceed $500, plus costs not to exceed $500, which are not limited to the costs taxable in ordinary civil actions and may include all expenses, direct and indirect, to which the township has been put in connection with the municipal civil infraction, up to the entry of judgment. Except as otherwise provided by law, costs shall be payable to the general fund of the township. F. In addition to ordering a defendant to pay a civil fine and costs, the court may issue and enforce any judgment, writ, or order (including but not limited to injunctive relief) necessary to enforce this ordinance, in accordance with Section 8302 of Public Act 236. G. If a defendant fails to comply with an order or judgment issued pursuant to Section 8727 of Public Act 236 within the time prescribed by court, the court may proceed under Section 8302, 8729, and 8731 of Public Act 236, as applicable. H. Each day on which any violation of this ordinance continues a separate offense, and the offender shall be subject to the applicable fine, costs, penalties, and sanctions for each separate offense. I. In addition to any remedies available at law, the township may bring an action for an injunction or other process against a defendant to restrain, prevent, or abate any violation of this ordinance. Section V:Severability: The provisions of this ordinance are hereby declared to be severable. If any clause, sentence, word, section, or provision is hereafter declared void or unenforceable for any reason by a court of competent jurisdiction, it shall not affect the remainder of such ordinance which shall continue in full force and effect. Section VI: Repeal: All ordinances, or parts of ordinances, in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section VII: Effective date: This ordinance shall take effect 30 days after the date of publication as required by law. Section VIII: Publication; Recordation; Authentication: This ordinance shall be published once, in full, in a newspaper of general circulation within the boundaries of Krakow Township, and qualified under state law to publish legal notices, within 30 days after its adoption; this ordinance shall be recorded in the record of ordinances book of the township; and the township clerk shall authenticate this ordinance by placing her official signature upon the ordinance. This ordinance may be inspected and a copy may be purchased from the Krakow Township clerk located at 12470 North Grand Lake Hwy., Posen, Michigan 49776. Please call the township clerk at 989-766-8804 for assistance. Elaine Misiak, Krakow Township clerk.

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Announcements

ORCHARD MANOR AFC in Posen has an immediate opening for a female resident. Call (989) 766-2661 or message us on Facebook to schedule a tour. “I highly recommend Orchard Manor. A clean, friendly, family-oriented AFC, with a home-like atmosphere. (Lisa Ataman, Posen resident.)

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ARTS & CRAFTS Show memorial Day weekend, Sat. and Sun., 10 a.m.-4 p.m., May 25 and 26, 40-Mile Point Lighthouse. Open house, visit the shipwreck, climb the tower, enjoy the view. U.S.-23, seven miles north of Rogers City. Admission is free. 40milepointlighthouse.org. 989-734-4587.

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40-MILE POINT Lighthouse annual open house. Memorial Day weekend. Musical entertainment: Lori Cleland, Saturday; Al Gross, Sunday; Lee Kitzman, both days. May 25 and 26, Arts & Craft Show, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Climb the tower, enjoy the view. U.S.-23, seven miles north of Rogers City. Admission is free. 40milepointlighthouse.org, 989-734-4907.

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BOY SCOUTS Troop 6 is accepting donations of bottles and cans for summer camp, field trips and projects. Call 989-351-0139 for pick up.

MAE’S COUNTRY Greenhouse open May 3, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Daily. Flowers, vegetables, perennials, hanging baskets, trees, shrubs and many Dairy Doo products. All plants are planted in Dairy Doo, 4 1/2 miles south of Onaway on M-33, 1/3 mile east on Hackett Lake Hwy. 989-306-3402 or 989-306-3253.

NASH’S GREENHOUSE open May 4, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Saturday, and 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Sunday. Hanging baskets, flowers and vegetable flats, herb, perennials, etc. Grown here not shipped here. Four and 1/2 miles south of Onaway on M-33, 1/2 mile east on Hackett Lake Hwy. 20391 Hackett Lake Hwy., 989-733-6782.

Happy Memorial weekend! Roses are in, all your potting supplies needed for Memorial weekend. Gorgeous hanging baskets on sale. Stop in for your shrubs and planting needs at Deb’s. Be sure to check out the gift shop. 409 N. Third St., Rogers City. Next to Nautical Lanes.

General Services

DAN’S DIRECT TV and Antenna, Satellite Sales & Service on all mini dishes. Direct TV or Dish Network: Installation of phone jacks & TV Antennas, for local Networks NBC, ABC, PBS, CBS, FOX. Great prices, 231-625-8504.

WHITE CEDAR lumber, for sale, or will cut to order. Works great for building deer blinds, fishing shanties, boat docks, bird houses and more. 989-734-0112, 6519 Hopp Rd., Hawks, MI.

INTERIOR/EXTERIOR staining and painting. Experienced, free estimates. John Zinke 989-734-9027.

MIKE DARGA Catering: graduations, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays. No party too big or small! Call 989-734-7219. Cell 989-370-9362.

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PICKING UP unwanted appliances, scrap metal at no charge in all of Presque Isle County and northern Alpena County. Call to schedule a pick up at 989-351-0139. 

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Events

HUGE EVENT: flea market. Vendors needed. $10 space 20’X40’. Saturday, June 8, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Millersburg Eagles, 12551 Orcutt Hwy. (& M-68), Millersburg, MI 49759, 989-733-4482. Sell out of your truck, off your trailer, use your hay wagon or bring tables. For more information call Millersburg Eagles 989-733-4482.

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Garage Sale

HUGE GARAGE sale: 8-5, rain or shine, May 23-27. Furniture, jewelry, men’s suits, riding mower, rototiller, chipper, ladders, dog cage, camping, hunting, fishing, guns, generator, tent, deer feeder, tons of tools, motor, decoys, trolling  motors, Coke signs, elk horns, lawn sweeper, chain saw, air compressor, burn barrel, bikes, truck topper and tons more. 11445  Twin School Road, off Black River, 2 miles south of UAW, Onaway.

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TWO-FAMILY garage sale, May 24, 25 & 26, 5057 Klee Rd, 6-miles south of Rogers City, 1 mile west off of 451. Friday, May 24, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 25, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, May 26, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Baby items and clothes, toys, shoes, household items, crafts, adult clothes, piano. 

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GARAGE SALE: Saturday and Sunday, 10-4, 8434 Evergreen Hwy., Rogers City. Downsizing home.

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PORCH/YARD SALE: Friday, May 24, 9 a.m., 286 W. Erie. Household items, furniture and miscellaneous.

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GIRLS’ CLOTHING, toys and miscellaneous, Friday 9-3, Saturday, 9-noon, 443 S. Sixth St., Rogers City.

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606 OAK St., Rogers City by Medilodge and Kortmans. Friday, 4-7; Saturday, 9-5; and Sunday, 9-5.

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GARAGE SALE: Friday, May 24 and Saturday, May 25, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 278 S. Seventh St., RC. Household, outdoor, Christmas items and much more!

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10-FAMILY ANNUAL garage sale: Thursday, May 23 through May 26, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., 9690 County Rd., 441, Metz. Fridge, stove, table w/6 chairs, armoire, tons of children’s clothes sizes NB to 4T, lots of household items and much, much more.

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Food

GINGERICH GENERAL 7802 Leer Rd. Now open Tues. thru Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tues: cookies. Wed: pies. Thurs: cinnamon rolls. Fri: donuts. Fresh bread every day, bulk foods, cheese, meats, maple syrup, jams, pickles, beets, candies and snacks. 989-766-2023.

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Help Wanted

KEY LAKES, Inc. (Great Lakes Fleet) is hiring for unlicensed deck/engine/galley crew. AB/deckhand: Assisting in the loading and unloading of cargo, releasing hatch clamps, pulling lines and tying up the vessel, shoveling, operating equipment, rinsing the deck, performing general cleaning and maintenance of the vessel along with other projects as necessary. QMED/wiper: Maintain and operate the main power plant, deck and auxiliary machinery above and below decks, general engine room and tunnel cleaning and maintenance, shoveling, assist in fueling of the vessel. Second cook: baking, salad prep, cleaning, and other galley duties. Requirements: MMC, TWIC, medical certificate. Working a minimum of 8-hours day, 7 days per week and living aboard a vessel in a remote environment will be required. To apply, contact: 218-723-2412.

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MAKE $200 most days, roofing and/or construction experienced preferred. The job is setting modular homes, but no experience setting is necessary. 989-766-2345.

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SCIENCE TEACHER (DI). Qualifications: holds a highly-qualified teaching certificate in the above area, has previous experience in 6th-12th-grade education, has positive evaluations and good attendance record, demonstrates aptitude for the work to be performed and such alternatives to the above qualifications as the board may find appropriate and acceptable. Application deadline is Friday, June 14, 2019 at 3 p.m. or as filled. Submit Letter of Interest, resume, references and appropriate qualifications to: Mrs. Victoria Paull, Rogers City Area Schools, 1033 West Huron Avenue, Suite B, Rogers City, Michigan 49779. 989-734-9100 victoria.paull@rcashurons.org. Rogers City Area Schools is an equal opportunity employer.

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WANTED: TRUCK drivers with CDL license/equipment operators/laborers. Competitive pay and benefits available. Apply at Indian River Contractors. Phone 231-238-7136. EOE.

Miscellaneous For Sale

WE REBUILD starters and alternators. 35 years in business. Specializing in domestic, industrial, farm, ATV, snowmobile and marine. Many units in stock including foreign. New or reconditioned batteries, auto and commercial. Northern Michigan Battery in Onaway. Call Kermit at 989-733-8866. 

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KING-SIZE SLEEP Number bed. For information, call 920-246-0186.

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10-INCH CRAFTSMAN table saw; 10-inch radial saw; Craftsman 20-inch scroll saw; Rigid Mod. 300 pipe threader 1/4-2-inch; Craftsman floor grinder. 989-351-0888.

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COMPOSTED COW manure, 1,000 lbs delivered, $140. Apply to garden, $30. Call Bryan 989-590-2470.

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BEECH AND ASH firewood, $50 per pickup. $65, delivered. 989-255-7910.

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Freebies

LADIES’ BUTTERFLY-SHAPED necklace, $15. 989-351-7392.

LADIES’ SPRING jacket, XL, $15. 989-351-7392.

SMALL, ROUND, brown carpet, $40. 989-351-7392.

54X70 BROWN carpet, $40. 989-766-2839.

JESSIE NIGHT-LIGHT, 5 colors, $15. 989-766-2839.

WWF BLANKET, $15. 989-766-2839.

LA-Z-BOY ROCKER, like-new, $25. 734-7383.

Sporting Goods

CANOE-MAD River Explorer 16 w/paddles, $150. 734-476-0002.

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Office Space for rent

RECENTLY REMODELED retail/office space for rent. 1025 square feet, next to boat harbor in Rogers City. Call 989-351-2276.

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Apartments 

HILLTOP MANOR—Come join our family!! The Rogers City Housing Commission, 643 W. Erie St., is accepting elderly/disabled and near elderly applications for independent- living apartments. Prospective residents are selected from the waiting list. Rent based on 30 percent of adjusted gross income. Water, electricity, heat and trash included in monthly rent. All apartments are air conditioned and carpeted. Entire building is monitored for fire security. Many social activities are offered to the residents. For information call 989-734-7303. Applications available at www.rogerscityhousingcommission.com. An equal housing opportunity

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TWO-BEDROOM DOWNSTAIRS condo for rent at Anchor Bay Condos! Everything included minus electrical and gas. $475/month. Call/text 989-351-0246.

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Mobile home for rent

MOBILE HOMES for rent: Presque Isle Estates. 2-bedroom mobile home starting at $275-400. No pets, some homes include washer and dryer. Free first month’s rent with approved application. Security deposit required. Call 989-734-7404 for more details.

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House for Rent

>2-BEDROOM UPPER flat, Rogers City, $425/month. Includes heat, water, laundry and storage area. Call Jim, 586-321-1267.

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Vacation rental

DARLING, FURNISHED lakeside charming log cabin in town, Rogers City for short/long stay rentals. No pets. No smoking. 586-321-0123.

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Real Estate

165 FEET on Ocqueoc River/Ocqueoc Township. 2.1 +- acres. Nice building spot, $16,000. Call Jack Douglas at Beckshire Hathaway 231-290-2951.

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