February 9, 2016
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ARENAC COUNTY — Thirty homes in Au Gres and Standish will be eligible for rehabilitation projects thanks to a $295,000 grant the Arenac County Home Improvement Program received from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority. more
Adrianna Haney, 9, gets a hand from Laura Vyner …
Many children and their families hit the banks of the Rifle River in Sterling during the Sterling Sportsmen's Association's annual sucker tournament Sunday, April 19. more
Participants, volunteers and spectators toss …
The Fourth of July celebration got off to a colorful start when more than 150 people ran or walked in the Color Me Red, White and Blue 5K run/walk in Au Gres Saturday. 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
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
ACF Committee member Garrett Geer calls out bids …
Au GRES — The annual holiday auction at Ali’s UpNorth in Au Gres Dec. 3 will raise money for the Arenac Community Funds’ general endowment fund. 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
Standish Milling's Joe Heska laughs as he turns …
People flocked to the Standish-Sterling Middle School to watch members of the SSC FFA, FFA alumni and Standish Milling compete against each other in donkey basketball Friday, Dec. 5. more
WEST BRANCH — After suffering a brain aneurysm, a 47-day coma and being without her voice for five years, Cora Benjamin of Standish is working to raise awareness so others avoid going through a similar experience. more
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