Triston Cole, State Representative to Michigan's 105th District , covering the counties of Antrim, Charlevoix, Montmorency, Oscoda, and Otsego.
Information regarding Hunter Safety classes and the extended timeline for completing the field day requirements:
Eligible hunter education students will be allowed to purchase a Michigan hunting license through June 1, 2021 – prior to completing the required field day. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division administers the state’s hunter education program and is providing a t...
This was an honor!
State Rep. Triston Cole today welcomed the members of the Ralph Holewinski VFW Post 1518 in Gaylord to the Michigan State Capitol, where the veterans served as the color guard and performed a rifle salute during the Michigan House’s Sept. 11 Memorial Service.
Looking for ways to address this growing problem.
2020 has turned the world on its head and changed social and economic dynamics across the board, but there’s one thing that’s holding strong: housing demand.
Here is the link to the Michigan hunting and trapping digest before it goes to print.
Was on hand at the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge for a major announcement from Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt expanding the opportunity to hunt and fish on millions of acres across the nation on 147 national wildlife refuges and national fish hatcheries, including the Jordan River National Fish Hatchery here in northern Michigan.
It’s critically important that we find a way to ensure student learning is not put on hold due to the challenges created by COVID-19.
This generation of kids is our future. We owe it to them and their parents to move forward with a plan that gets students safely back to school. This plan provides the support, flexibility and accountability needed to get it done.
State Rep. Triston Cole today joined the Legislature in approving a bipartisan agreement to help get Michigan students safely back to school – whether it’s in-person, online or a hybrid approach.
Northern Michigan state reps reacts to Gov. Whitmer's latest COVID-19 restrictions
NORTHERN MICHIGAN, Mich. , (WPBN/WGTU) -- Given Governor Whitmer’s latest executive order and its direct impact on northern Michigan, UpNorthLive reached out to state representatives for their thoughts on the governor’s decision. Representative Jack O’Malley, who represents Benzie,...
MDARD is getting reports from people receiving unsolicited packages from China containing seeds. These unsolicited seeds could be invasive, introduce diseases to local plants, or be harmful to livestock.
If you receive an unsolicited package of seeds from China, hold on to the seeds, packaging and mailing label, and contact:
MDARD at 800-292-3939 or via email at [email protected].
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Photo courtesy of: Washington State Department of Agriculture
Thank you to NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business) for the recognition of my pro-business voting record!
Small Business Announces 2020 Lawmaker Guardian Award WinnersMedia Contacts: Emily Carlson, Senior Media Manager, 907-891-4331 or [email protected] or Charles Owens, NFIB State Director in Michigan, 517-282-2052 or [email protected] Lansing (July 22, 2020) – The state's leading small bus...
State Rep. Triston Cole, R-Mancelona, who represents Otsego County, was also in attendance.
“I’ve been fighting for you guys all along,” Cole said. “There’s been a lot of focus on Southeastern Michigan, right from the beginning, I’ve been saying: Look we’ve got first responders, we’ve got deputies, we’ve got law enforcement all over rural Michigan who deserve this just as much as anybody else does, if not even more because of the vast area that we cover.”
GAYLORD — Otsego County commissioners on Tuesday awarded $1,000 of hazard pay each to members of the Otsego County sheriff’s department and emergency medical services.
Was nice to be on hand to personally thank members of the law enforcement community at the Otsego County Commissioners meeting as they were awarded hazard pay for their outstanding work and commitment during this ongoing pandemic. I was also able to join the Oscoda County Commissioners for their meeting this morning via conference call to talk about hazard pay as well as my correspondence with the governor to open up their County. Thank you very much to all of our first responders and law enforcement for the work that you do!
Yes, we all hand sanitized after shaking hands.
Be very cautious of calls asking for personal information. These scammers are very good and sound very official. When in doubt, hang-up and reach out to my office for clarification and or alert local/state law enforcement.
Here are a few ways to get involved in taking care of Michigan’s natural resources in July. For more opportunities to volunteer, contribute and provide input, visit Michigan.gov/DNRVolunteers.
Drivers all across our state will now have more affordable options to help protect them and their families.
Visit www.ReduceMIRatesNow.com for more information on how to receive the rate relief you deserve.
Learn how you can rollback your car insurance rates guaranteed by law to every Michigan driver.
The North Country National Scenic Trail, or North Country Trail for short, is the longest trail in the National Trail System, stretching more than 4,600 miles between North Dakota and New York.
Had the opportunity to give a conference call update to a Northern Michigan group with Representative Mary Whiteford on a bill to help with our mental health treatment and options in/across Michigan. Thank you Mary!
Closing in on two hundred cards!
Spread the word and see if we can get him 100 shares on Facebook!
June is Charles “Charlie” Westphal’s Birthday Month and we want to make it extra special as he is turning 100 years of age on June 30th!
Charlie, a US Navy WWII Veteran, would like to have 100 Birthday Cards sent to him for this very special day.
If you would like to send him a card, please send them to:
Meadow Brook Medical Care Facility
Attention: Brooke Bates
4543 South M-88 Highway
Bellaire, MI 49615
#charlie #happybirthday #100 #june30 #100birthdaycards #lifegoals #letsdothisforcharlie #meadowbrookmcf
Was a privilege to be part of the groundbreaking ceremony and address the crowd in Petoskey at the North Central Michigan college expansion celebration. Such a great thing for Northern Michigan!
Parents parenting is bad? Educating their own kids is bad? You've got to be kidding me.....
Elizabeth Bartholet highlights risks when parents have 24/7 authoritarian control over their children.
Make sure to take advantage of this opportunity!
This is a great opportunity to go fishing. Please share your catches with me in the comments below. Have fun!
Ralph Holewinski VFW Post 1518 Gaylord, MI
Today is the 76th Anniversary of D-Day, the Allied Invasion of Europe, 1944. Freedom is not free.
Please contact the Natural Resource Commissioners and ask them to vote NO on 144 square inches of orange on hunting blinds. This is a bad solution in search of a non-existing problem. It will result in the theft of more blinds and reduce participation. It is yet another rule for hunting and takes us in the wrong direction. Thank you!
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Preparing for some virtual town hall meetings. What time of day works best for you?
Michigan Secretary of State's Office
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announces that all branch offices will reopen June 1. Transactions will be by appointment only to ensure public health and will be limited to essential services not available online. https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/MISOS/bulletins/28dcafd
Share YOUR story! The COVID Story Website helps us gather experiences from Michiganders who have been impacted by the pandemic. I want to hear from you!
In Michigan, the pandemic has taken our friends, our family, our jobs, our livelihoods and our dreams. Share your story.
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