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  • The Big Drawing

    We have the Big End of Summer Drawing for the winner of The Backyard BBQ Blowout Party! This Monday August 31st about 8:45am on The Kevin Allen Morning Show!  Yes, the best party of the su...Read More

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  • Tawas Blues By The Bay, August 28-30

    Enjoy the finest in Blues at the East Tawas Harbor Park. It's the 14th Annual Blues by the Bay, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Nine great bands including this years headliners Sugar Blue, Jimmy T...Read More

  • Oscoda County Riverfest

    OC Riverfest, Mio, Aug. 28, 29, 30 - The OcRiverfest is a festival designed to celebrate our most prized natural asset, the AuSable River. Friday head over to the Court House Lawn at 5:30 pm and en...Read More

  • Fourth Annual Glennie Fireworks Golf Outing!

    Saturday, September 12, at Eagle Ridge Golf Club of Glennie. 9 am registration, 10 am shotgun start. 4- person scramble, limited teams so sign up early. Registration deadline is September 6th. Paym...Read More

  • Where to Go... and What to Do!

    Junk in the Trunk Sale, Tawas City, Aug. 29 - Tawas Bay Disabled American Veterans 130 will be sponsoring a trunk sale at the VFW Post in Tawas City form 9 am - 1 pm. Spaces are available for s...Read More

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Virginia Shooter's Ex-Boss Tells of His 'Abrasive' Behavior

Virginia Shooter's Ex-Boss Tells of His 'Abrasive' Behavior

iStock/Thinkstock(ROANOKE, Va.) -- Vester Lee Flanagan threatened to hit one of his colleagues when they were on a reporting job years before he fatally shot a reporter and a cameraman this week, his former boss told ABC News.

Dan Dennison, the news director at WDBJ-TV when Flanagan worked there, said that everything was going well with his employment for the first two months after he was hired...

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Senior ISIS Member Killed by Drone Strike Inside Syria

Senior ISIS Member Killed by Drone Strike Inside Syria

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) The U.S. military says it had killed Junaid Hussain, a senior ISIS recruiter and cyber specialist during a drone strike in Syria.

Hussain's death was confirmed in a tweet from Brett McGurk, the Deputy Special Presidential Envoy to the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL.

Hussain is believed to be a computer expert and propagandist for terror group, which is known for it...

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Hillary Clinton Defends Bill Clinton's 'Unusual' Paid Speech Vetting Requests

Hillary Clinton Defends Bill Clinton's 'Unusual' Paid Speech Vetting Requests

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton admitted some of the paid speeches that President Bill Clinton asked the State Department about were unusual requests but defended the process used to vet her husbands speeches.

The process that was set up in my years as secretary of state was for any requests that my husband received to be sent to the State Department to be ...

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Wall Street Ends a Wild Week with Small Gains and Losses

Wall Street Ends a Wild Week with Small Gains and Losses

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Small gains and losses, a calm end for Wall Street after five wild days of trading.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 11.76 to finish the session at 16643.01.

The Nasdaq gained 15.62, ending at 4828.32, while the SP 500 was up 1.21 to finish the week at 1988.87.

When will the Federal Reserve raise interest rates? That's been the big question these past fe...

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Courteney Cox: 'I Can't Imagine' Ed Sheeran Won't Perform at My Wedding

Courteney Cox: 'I Can't Imagine' Ed Sheeran Won't Perform at My Wedding

ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- Ed Sheeranis the one who introduced actressCourteney Coxto her fiance,Johnny McDaidof the bandSnow Patrol.So it's no wonder that theFriendsstar fully expects Ed to entertain guests at their upcoming wedding.

Speaking to the British tabloidThe Sun, Courtney says, "We are certainly grateful to Ed for introducing us. I cant imagine him not playing somet...

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FDA Warns Some Type 2 Diabetes Drugs Can Cause Severe Joint Pain

FDA Warns Some Type 2 Diabetes Drugs Can Cause Severe Joint Pain

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- The Federal Drug Administration issued an alert on Friday, warning about certain types of Type 2 Diabetes treatments causing severe and debilitating joint pain.

The FDA mentioned in the alert the medicines sitagliptin, saxagliptin, linagliptin, and alogliptin as causing the joint pain.

"Patients should not stop taking their DPP-4 inhibitor medicine, but should ...

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