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Up Coming Community Events

 

 

FARMERS MARKETS

 

TAWAS AREA FARMERS MARKET WILL OPEN THIS WEEKEND,

AT GATEWAY PARK IN TAWAS CITY, SATURDAY, MAY 9TH 8AM TO 1PM

 

AUSABLE/OSCODA FARMERS MARKET WILL OPEN AT SHORELINE PARK IN OSCODA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13TH FROM 8AM TO 1PM

 

PlAINFIELD TOWNSHIP FARMERS MARKET WILL OPEN AT THE TOWNSHIP RESOURCE CENTER ON M-65 STARTING

SATURDAY, MAY 23RD FROM 9AM TO 1PM

 

PLEASE REMEMBER TO SOCIAL DISTANCE, AND WEAR A MASK IF NEEDED WHILE ATTENDING ANY LOCAL EVENTS

 

 

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Coronavirus Local Updates

Local News, Information & Updates for Northeastern Michigan

Plus Restaurant Listings For Take Out, Delivery and Curbside Service.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

District Health Department 2

 

 

Center for Disease Control 

 

Michigan.Gov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quarantine Boxes Available for Older Adults:

 

Are you age 60 or older and having trouble getting food while trying to stay home and stay safe during the pandemic? If so, a Quarantine Box might be just what you need.

 

The Michigan Aging and Adult Services Agency in partnership with the Food Bank Council of Michigan is providing each Area Agency on Aging (AAA) region with a quantity of Quarantine boxes that are intended for older adults experiencing food insecurity as a result of the pandemic. The intent is to support housebound older adults not currently receiving food assistance from other programs. The boxes contain 33 shelf stable food items, enough for 22 meals.

 

 

 

CLOSINGS DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS:

 

 

 

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES:

 

-IOSCO COUNTY BUILDING, ANNEX, JAIL ANIMAL SHELTER

-EAST TAWAS CITY HALL, LIBRARY & COMMUNITY CENTER

-AUSABLE TOWNSHIP HALL

-OSCODA TOWNSHIP OFFICES & LIBRARY

-GRANT TOWNSHIP OFFICES CLOSED COMPOST RECYCLE SITE OPENING SATURDAYS ONLY

-ALCONA COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION OFFICE CLOSED ALL NON-CRITICAL WORK SUSPENDED

 

CHURCHES:

 

-TAWAS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-SERVICES ON WIOS 10AM

-OSCODA CHURCH OF CHRIST-SERVICES ON WKJC 9AM

-JUDSON BAPTIST CHURCH-PRESCOTT-SERVICES ON FACEBOOK

-ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH-TAWAS CITY-SERVICES ON FACEBOOK

-EMAUNEL LUTHERAN CHURCH-TAWAS CITY-SERVICE ON WKJC 10AM

-NEW HOPE CHURCH EAST TAWAS-SERVICE ON YOU TUBE 9:03AM

-LUPTON FRIENDS CHURCH 11AM ON FACEBOOK

-HOLY FAMILY PARISH-EAST TAWAS & SACRED HEART PARISH-OSCODA-MASS POSTED DAILY ON THEIR WEBSITE.

-CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH- WEST BRANCH SERVICE ON YOU TUBE

-COMMUNITY OF CHRIST CHURCH-MIKADO-SERVICES ON FACEBOOK

-LOTT BAPTIST CHURCH-GLENNIE-CHURCH PARKING LOT SUNDAY 11AM

-HALE BAPTIST CHURCH DRIVE-IN & FACEBOOK SUNDAYS 11AM

-1ST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-ALPENA

-CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-EAST TAWAS

-TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH-OSCODA

-GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH-EAST TAWAS

-ALABASTER BIBLE CHURCH

-1ST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-ALPENA

-ABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH-STANDISH ALL CLOSED

 

SERVICES:

 

-ALPENA POWER COMPANY-ALPENA OFFICES

-PRESQUE ISLE ELECTRIC & GAS COOP-ONAWAY OFFICES

-HALE AREA FISH THRIFT STORE

-ALCONA COUNTY COMMISSION ON AGING-HOME DELIVERED MEALS LEAVE A COOLER OUTSIDE YOUR DOOR

-EAST TAWAS ASSEMBLY OF GOD-FREE SACK LUNCHES FOR STUDENTS

M-W-F CURBSIDE PICKUP 11AM-1PM

-TAWAS AREA HIGH SCHOOL-FREE SACK LUNCHES CURBSIDE PICKUP TUESDAYS 11AM-1PM

-ALCONA SCHOOLS OFFERING MEALS AT THE SCHOOL 4-6:30PM FOR CHILDREN UP TO AGE 18. CALL 736-6212

-TAWAS SENIOR CENTER SERVING MEALS MONDAY-FRIDAY 11AM-NOON. CALL 362-6892

-IOSCO TRANSIT CORPORATION FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY OF PRESCRIPTIONS FOR AT RISK RESIDENTS

-THUNDER BAY TRANSPORTATION BUSES RUNNING M-F 9-1 ONLY

-HARBOR LIGHTS PREGNANCY & INFORMATION CENTER

-QUARANTINE FOOD BOXES AVAILABLE FOR AGES 60 & OLDER. VISIT NEMCSA DOT ORG FOR ELIGIBILITY

 -IOSCO ARENAC DISTRICT LIBRARY OFFERING PARKING LOT WIFI AT ALL LOCATIONS

 

 

 

BUSINESSES:

 

-FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC-TAWAS CITY-OPEN MON-WED & FRI 362-8991

-SUNRISE MARKET-AUGRES-FULLY STOCKED SHELVES

-WOLVERINE STATE CREDIT UNION-DRIVE THRU ONLY

-NORTHLAND AREA FEDERAL CREDIT UNION-DRIVE THRU ONLY

-ALPENA ALCONA AREA CREDIT UNION-DRIVE THRU ONLY

-HURON COMMUNITY BANK-DRIVE THRU ONLY

-GARY OIL PROPANE OFFICE CLOSED TO PUBLIC. GAS STATION OPEN BUT EMPLOYEES PUMPING FUEL AND TAKING PAYMENTS

-THUNDER BAY ART GALLERY

-ROSE CITY CHIROPRACTIC-OPEN MON-WED-FRI 9-6 CALL 685-2631

-SOARING EAGLE & SAGAINING EAGLES LANDING CASINOS

-COOPER STANDARD EAST TAWAS & OSCODA PLANTS. EMPLOYEES WILL BE CONTACTED BY PHONE WHEN A RETURN TO WORK DATE IS DETERMINED

-OLD ORCHARD PARK-OSCODA

-STANDISH, AUGRES & PINNY PHARMACY IS COMPOUNDING HAND SANITIZER. BULK OR PERSONAL USE AVAILABLE

-COMPASSUS HEALING TOGETHER GRIEF SUPPORT MEETINGS CANCELLED. ONLINE SUPPORT AT COMPASSUS DOT COM

-CAMP DOYAWANNA CAMPGROUND AND PARTY STORE OF HARRISVILLE

-LINCOLN HARDWARE & FITZPATRICK HARDWARE ALPENA-ALLOWING CUSTOMERS IN, CURBSIDE PICKUP UPON REQUEST

-TAWAS CHIROPRACTIC CENTER-TAWAS CITY-OPEN M-T-TH BY APPT. CALL 362-9910

-HALE AREA FISH THRIFT STORE CLOSED

-SUNRISE FAMILY CREDIT UNION-STANDISH-WALK IN SERVICE CLOSED. DRIVE THRU & PHONE CENTER REMAIN OPEN. CALL 846-9750.

-ANA'S TREASURES-WEST BRANCH-CLOSED

-D.E. GREENE CHIRPRACTIC-SKIDWAY LAKE-OPEN MONDAY & WEDNESDAY 8:30-NOON & 3-7; TUESDAY 4-6; THURSDAY 3-6 & FRIDAY 8:30-NOON. CALL 873-4111

- NORTHWOODS WHOLESALE OUTLET, PINNY, 6A-8P DAILY. KN95 AND 3PLY BLUE MASKS IN STOCK

 

EVENTS:

 

-EAST TAWAS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FRIDAY FISH FRY TAKE OUT ONLY

-TUESDAY & FRIDAY BINGO AT SAND LAKE COMMUNITY CENTER

-MONDAY BINGO AT MIKADO GOODFELLOWS

-SUNDAY BINGO AT KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS EAST TAWAS  ALL CANCELLED

-SUNRISE SIDE LIFELONG LEARNING EVENTS CANCELLED

-AUSABLE VALLEY AUDUBON TAWAS POINT MIGRATION EVENT CANCELED

-AUSABLE RIVER CANOE MARATHON CANCELLED

-TAWAS FISH MEMORIAL WEEKEND RUMMAGE SALE PPD TIL 8/28 & 8/29

-MID MICHIGAN HEALTH FOUNDATION ROAD RACE CLASSIC BICYCLE RACE-WEST BRANCH 5/30 CANCELLED

 

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we have Parking Lot WiFi 24/7 at all District Library locations for anyone needing it.  We hope it will help students without Internet access from home.
 
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Helpful Resource for Caregivers during the Coronavirus

 

 

Region 9 Area Agency on Aging is offering a free online workshop series for family caregivers. With the current situation of our society, Region 9’s priority is to continue to provide support to local family caregivers that are unable to leave the home due to the Coronavirus. 

 

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an educational series designed to provide you with the tools you need to take care of yourself. This program helps family caregivers reduce stress, improve self-confidence, communicate feelings better, balance their lives, increase their ability to make tough decisions and locate helpful resources.

 

            This interactive online workshop consists of six sessions held once a week. Two experienced Class Leaders conduct the series. Many are experienced caregivers themselves, who have successfully applied the techniques they teach. Interactive lessons, discussions, and brainstorming will help you take the “tools” you choose and put them into action for your life.

 

            Classes will be held online from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm. Sessions are held every Monday and begins on May 4, 2020. Class size is limited, and pre-registration is required. Upon registration you will be given the access code to join the online workshop series. For more information or to register, contact Brooke Mainville at 989.358.4616 or mainvilleb@nemcsa.org.

 

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is sponsored by the Older Americans Act, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Aging and Adult Services Agency, and the Region 9 Area Agency on Aging a division of Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency (NEMCSA). To find out more information regarding NEMCSA’s programs and services, visit www.nemcsa.org.

 
 

 

UIA Offers Update on Unemployment System, Provides Tips
                       to Get Help as Soon as Possible 

LANSING, MICH. The State of Michigan’s Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) today provided updated information for workers affected by COVID-19. Workers are encouraged to apply online at Michigan.gov/UIA or over the phone at 866-500-0017, but due to the tremendous call volume, certain callers may receive a busy signal.  
“The UIA is working hard and fast to handle the influx of applications for unemployment benefits as we deal with the COVID-19 crisis. While an unprecedented number of calls and clicks has challenged the system, particularly during peak hours, we want to assure Michiganders that the system is providing emergency financial relief,” said UIA Director Steve Gray. "Our website may be operating a little slower, and phone queues are full resulting in busy signals for some callers, so the UIA is urging patience and recommending that workers go first to the online system at Michigan.gov/UIA.” 
In addition, applying online in off-peak hours will expedite the process. The 24-hour website operates faster when there are fewer people on the site at any given time. The UIA also urges Michiganders using the website to expect longer load times. It may take several minutes for a page to load at this time. Users are asked to be patient and not click more than once to reload a page. Filing online remains the fastest way for Michiganders to apply for unemployment benefits. 
Off-peak hours: 8 p.m. to 8 a.m.  
Applicants with questions can also access information on the website Michigan.gov/UIA, including frequently asked questions about the process and current challenges due to COVID-19.  Checking the website for answers may help alleviate pressure on the phone line. A downloadable handout on the filing process can be found here
“Though it is best to file your claim as efficiently as possible, and we understand residents are eager to receive their checks quickly, the UIA wants to remind Michiganders that the eligibility window to apply has been increased from 14 to 28 days from the date of their work stoppage,” added Gray. “The UIA is shifting as many resources as possible to handle the increase in applications and is exploring further solutions to help Michiganders get the assistance they need as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience during this unprecedented time.”
Gov. Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-10 on March 16, 2020 to expand unemployment benefits to eligible workers: 

  • Sick Workers: Workers who are sick, quarantined, or immunocompromised and who do not have access to paid family and medical leave or are laid off. 
  • Workers Caring for Loved Ones: Workers who have an unanticipated family care responsibility, including those who have childcare responsibilities due to school closures, or those who are forced to care for loved ones who become ill and who do not have access to paid family and medical leave or are laid off
The governor’s order also extends access to benefits for unemployed workers:
  • Increased Weeks: Benefits will be increased from 20 to up to 26 weeks. 
  • Longer Application Time: The application eligibility period will be increased from 14 to 28 days. 
  • Fewer Requirements: The in-person registration and work search requirements will be suspended.

Information around this outbreak is changing rapidly. The latest information is available at Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/Coronavirus.

 

 

 

IOSCO COUNTY

OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF

428 Lake Street Tawas City, Ml 48763 989-362-6164

Fax: 989-984-1103

 

Allan L. MacGregor Ralph P. Boudreau Jr.

Sheriff Undersheriff

Scott D. Frank

Captain

 

 

Due to the recent health concerns statewide the Iosco

County Jail is implementing new procedures to protect

our inmates and employees from outside sources.

All jail visitations are suspended. Inmates will be compensated

with free weekly phone calls.

All Live scan and paper finger printing for the public and court

ordered prints have been suspended.

All gun purchase permits are suspended.

Gun registration forms shall still be collected in a drop box at the

Sheriffs office lobby entrance.

Sex Offender Registration please call 989-362-6164 for an

appointment.

All civil process paper service and mortgage sales are suspended.

The money kiosk inside the jail lobby for inmate deposits is closed

please go online to www.smartdeposit.com or

www.govpaynow.com or call 1-866-345-1884

For inmate medication drop off please call 989-362-6164

Redbox medication disposal box in the lobby is suspended.

 

Captain Scott D. Frank

Iosco County Jail Administrator

 

 
 
Ascension Michigan COVID-19 Operations Media Update

Triage Areas
Ascension Michigan ministries have established COVID-19 triage areas near all emergency departments. This includes Ascension Genesys - Grand Blanc, Ascension St. Mary’s - Saginaw, Ascension Standish Hospital - Standish, and Ascension St. Joseph - Tawas City.  Triage areas have been set up as part of Ascension's emergency preparedness protocol. These measures are being put in place to help distance individuals with a concern about COVID-19 exposure from the rest of our patient population, staff and health care providers. 
 
For the safety of all people, if a person believes they have been exposed to COVID-19 and has developed a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as cough or shortness of breath, they should call their health care provider immediately for instructions. 
 
New Hotline number
Ascension is working to keep our community healthy during this time and prevent the spread of infection while helping to ease access to care. For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19, please visit our website: https://healthcare.ascension.org or call 833-981-0738.
 
Supplies and preparation
We are taking proactive steps with our distributor and suppliers to ensure access to supplies. We are arranging expedited shipments directly from manufacturers, assessing alternative products and taking advantage of our abilities as a national system to make intra-hospital inventory transfers when appropriate. The safety of our patients and caregivers is our utmost priority as we all work to slow the transmission of COVID-19 and care for all in need.
 
Visitor restrictions update
To help protect the health and safety of our patients, families, health care staff and providers from the spread of COVID-19, Ascension Michigan is enforcing patient visitor restrictions for all of its hospitals and ambulatory sites. These restrictions are consistent with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order, EO 2020-7.
No visitors are permitted at Ascension Michigan hospitals except for:
  • One visitor permitted for support of activities of daily living like bathing or eating for pediatric
    (under 21) and special needs patients
  • One visitor for a surgery patient
  • One visitor for a hospice patient
  • One visitor for patients at the end of life
  • One visitor for patients in serious or critical condition
  • One birth partner (as well as a doula if participating in the birth)
  • One visitor required to make a decision on behalf of the patient (patient's medical durable power of attorney, court appointed guardianship)
No visitors are permitted at Ascension ambulatory (outpatient) sites except for
  • One accompanying person that is necessary to support the delivery of care to the patient
  • One accompanying person for a surgery patient
  • One accompanying person for patients in serious condition
  • One birth partner (as well as a doula if participating in the birth)
Any visitor meeting the above criteria must pass a health screening before entering any Ascension Michigan facility
 
Postponing elective surgeries
To help protect the health and safety of our patients, families, health care staff and providers from the spread of COVID-19, Ascension is following the CDC, Surgeon General, and American College of Surgeons guidelines which have recommended limiting elective services. Ascension Michigan began deferring all elective procedures on Tuesday, March 17. Elective procedures are those that have options in terms of timing/level of urgency to be completed, or are determined non-essential at this time. We recognize that each case is unique, so processes are in place to review requests for procedures that might be considered elective to determine issues of optimal timing and resource support. 
 
We will continue to monitor the disease activities and will use a data driven approach to revisions in the recommendations, particularly regarding duration of care deferral.   
 
About Ascension Michigan
In Michigan, Ascension operates 16 hospitals and hundreds of related healthcare facilities that together employ over 22,000 associates. Across the state, Ascension provided over $270 million in community benefit and care of persons living in poverty in FY2019. Serving Michigan for over 140 years, Ascension (www.ascension.org

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Restaurant Guide

The Restaurant

Take Out - Delivery Guide

 

Help support our local businesses. These restaurants are open:

Carroll Broadcast also shares this information 4 times per day on the air!

 

1. Party & Food Ctr., Oscoda - Take Out & Delivery

 

2. Sportsmans Bar & Restaurant, Whittemore- Carryout Thurs-Sunday 12pm-7pm.  Pick up will be in our safe area just inside the door on the parking lot side. 989-756-4169

 

3. Buckhorn Inn-Tawas City-Curbside Pickup

 

4. Dairy Queen-East Tawas-Take Out Only

 

5. Little Caesar's-East Tawas-Drive Tru Window & Pizza Portal

 

6. G's Pizzeria-East Tawas-Take Out & Delivery

 

7. Curtisville Mall, Bamfield Road, South Branch, Groceries & Food, Pick Up, Delevery, Take Out.

 

8. Hungry Howie's-East Tawas- Curbside Service & Delivery

 

9. The Lodge-Tawas City-Take Out & Delivery

 

10. Mango's Mexican Cuisine-East Tawas-Take Out Only

 

11. Route 23 BBQ-East Tawas Take Out & Delivery

 

13. McDonald's-Tawas City, Oscoda, Mio, Rose City &  Roscommon-Drive Thru Only

 

14. Burger King-Tawas City & Oscoda-Drive Thru Only

 

15. Mama's Kountry Kitchen-Oscoda-Take Out Only

 

16. Thunder Bay River Restaurant-Alpena-Pick Up & Delivery

 

17. Mancino's, Alpena-Curbside & Delivery

 

19. Freier's Pizzeria-Alpena-Take Out & Delivery

 

20. Tawas Bay Big Boy & Northwoods Steakhouse   East Tawas-Takeout & Delivery

 

21. Office Lounge & Grill,Oscoda, Wed & Thurs 4p-8p, Fri & Sat, 4p-9p, Take Out Only

 

22. Big Bob’s Restaurant – Hale, Sat/Mon-Thurs 8am-3pm, Fri, 8am-6pm - Take Out Only, Call Ahead!

 

23. Indian Lake Outpost – Sand Lk – Take Out Only

 

24. Mancino’s, Oscoda Take Out, Delivery, Curbside

 

25. Cafe International - Take Out Only, 11am-7pm

 

26, Boneyard BBQ, Tawas City - Take Out & Curbside

 

27. Ma Deeter's - Luzerne - Pick Up & Delivery

 

28. Faull Inn - Rose City - New Hours, Sun-Thurs 4p-8p,

Fi-Sat 11a-8p- - Curbside Pickup with correct change or credit card only.  Call first 989-685-2406

 

29. Wheeler's Restaurant - Standish - Pickup & Delivery


30. Wolf's Den - Glennie - Pickup Thursday-Sunday

 

31. Mio Saloon, Downtown - Pickup & Curbside

Call for daily specials!

 

32. Kimmie's Pub N Grub, Skidway Lake - Pickup & delivery, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

 

33. D's Pizza Pad, Skidway Lake - Take Out & Free Delivery

 

34, Charlie O's Pizzaria, Hillmam Tues-Sat 3-9, Take Out Only

 

35. Lake Breeze Food & liquor, Sand Lake, Take Out & Curbside

 

36. Tawas Bay Pizza Company, Tawas City - Take Out & Curbside Pickup

 

37. KFC/Taco Bell, Oscoda, KFC/LJS, East Tawas - Pickup Window

 

38. The Victorian Cafe,- Take Out and Drive Through
 
39. Alward's Hot Deli, Hale -Take Out
 
40. Tawas Senior Center, East Tawas - Open for senior meals.  Drive up only.  Monday - Friday, 11am till 12pm.  Suggested Donation, Three Dollars sixty & older - $7.50, Under sixty. For more info 362-6892.
 
41.The Buckhorn, Tawas City - M-Sa, 9a-5p, Curbside Pickup & Take Out.
 
42. Taits Bill of Fare, Oscoda - Open for lunch & dinner, Take Out & Curbside Pickup
 
43. Ali's Up North, AuGres - Lunc & Dinner Take Out
 
44. The Flying Duck Tavern, Posen - Take Out Thurs - Sunday
 
45. Mi Stop Deli, US-23 North, Alpena - Featuring Broastd Chicken, Curbside, Take Out, Drive Thru
 
46. Tim Hortons, East Tawas - M-SU, 6a-11a, Drive Thru Only
 
47. Dockside Cafe in Harrisville. It's a small business. Trying to stay open carryout and deliveries when someone is available to deliver. Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday and Saturday 9am-2:30 pm. Special hours on Friday reopen from 4:30-6:30 pm. Closed Wednesdays and sundays.

48. Owls Nest, Alpena - Tues - Fri, Pickup Service, Full Menu on Facebook
 
49. Van Pamel's Hometown Diner, On the hill top in Hillman, Take Out Only, 989-742-4843
 
50. The Hilltop Bar, Oscoda, Curbside service, 739-0344
 
51.  Klenow's Market, Downtown East tawas, Curbside Pickup
 
52. Party & Food Center, Oscoda - Takeout & Delivery
 
53. Whitetails Restaurant, Lincoln - Take Out & Delivery, Mon-Sat, 2p-4p
 
54. The Camp Inn Lodge, US-23 Oscoda, M-F 3pm-6:30p, Dailt Specials on Facebook, Curbside Pickup
 
55. Wanglers Wagon Wheel, 3480 Lehman Road, West Branch.  Open for Pick Up & Take Out.  Call 989-345-8066
 
56. The Couzins Grill, Hubbard, Carry Our & Curbside Pickup, Call 989-335-4335.  Menu on Facebook
 
57. Sunrise Cafe, Lupton, Curbside Pickup, w-th-fr, 3p-8p, Sa, sun 12p-8p, closed Monday & Tuesday

 

If you own a restaurant and are open and would like to be included on the list, free of charge, call the radio station at 1-800-585-3515.