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STANDISH — For years the City of Standish has not had a recycling program, but on June 17, things could change as the city council is set to vote on a new program. more
STANDISH — After having to relocate its Christmas bazaar last year, St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital’s Skilled Nursing Facility is once again hosting the bazaar at the hospital grounds this year. more
STANDISH — Paul Walderzak knew since he was in the ninth grade that he wanted to be a teacher and a coach. He never dreamed that his passion for football would take him to the hall of fame. more
STANDISH — Although the goal of $80,000 has not been reached at this time, Chairperson Penny Page said the 2011 Arenac County Relay For Life was a “success.” more
Community members looking to build baseball …
STANDISH — Early plans for constructing new community baseball fields in Standish have changed. more
Problems at a Consumers Energy substation in Bay County knocked electricity out throughout Bay and Arenac counties Friday near midnight, with some areas not having electricity restored until Saturday morning. more
OMER — Members of the Omer City Council met Nov. 28 and laid out possible plans to install new playground equipment at the park next to the city library after receiving $19,780 from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe for the project. more
ARENAC COUNTY — While Patrick Fender, a 53 year old Moffatt Township resident, was housed in the Arenac County Jail, a nurse who assisted Fender, who is also a paraplegic with only one arm, was paid $22.50 per hour, a cost that Board of Commissioners Chairman Raymond Daniels says hit the county for about $20,000. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Standish attorney Richard Vollbach has been appointed by Governor Jennifer Granholm to serve as Arenac County Probate Judge, a position that has been vacant since May of this … more
Officials are still unsure how the fire that broke out at an abandoned Marathon station on South Huron Road in Standish Monday, Jan. 9 was started, but a representative of the Saginaw-Chippewa Tribe, which owns the property, does not believe it was randomly started. more
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