November 28, 2014
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The Rifle River in Sterling could rise above the …
STERLING — A flood warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for Arenac County, specifically the Rifle River near Sterling. more
Cars line downtown Standish during last year's …
STANDISH TWP. — The Rockin’ Rides car and motorcycle show held in downtown Standish for the last 26 years is moving this year, as the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe is taking over operations of the show, which will be held at the tribe’s powwow grounds Aug. 9. more
STANDISH — Cheryl Lynn Brewer of Sterling is scheduled for a circuit court jury trial for allegedly passing two counterfeit $100 bills, and Sept. 9 the 27-year-old was also arraigned in 81st District Court for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine. more
Attendees for the NEM reunion arrived early at …
Members of the old Northeast Michigan Baseball League met in Omer July 21 at Ye Olde Courthouse for the annual NEM reunion. more
School closings for Wednesday, Jan. 8. more
Matt Chavalier, 7, of Twining, rides his “Green …
Spring breaks through [Photo gallery]
It was nearly 60 degrees outside Monday, which was also the first day of spring break for area students, and people in Arenac County took advantage of the warm weather, getting outside to work and play. more
Lee Anne Whitman of Saginaw provides lead vocals …
Tri-cities based folk duo Muzyka took the bandstand at the Standish Historical Depot June 25 to kick off the Summer Concert Series. more
Deputy Trevor Sprague and police K9 Sonic perform …
PINCONNING — Due to the sale of the Standish Knights of Columbus Hall, the Arenac County Canine Team moved its annual fundraiser chicken dinner to the Pinconning Knights hall, but dinner organizer Jody Wilk said the move did not greatly affect attendance. more
SSC fans let out a loud cheer as the football …
The Standish-Sterling football team boarded a charter bus headed for Menominee the morning of Nov. 15, and many Panthers fans were there to wish them good luck. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The C.L. Forshee & Sons Funeral Homes Inc. in Twining and Au Gres have been sold to Buresh Funeral Homes, which operates several chapels in Iosco and Ogemaw counties. more
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