September 2, 2014
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STANDISH TWP. — After being canceled in 2012 due to unseasonably warm weather, the Battle on the Bay snowmobile races are set to take place Feb. 9-10 at White’s Beach. more
STERLING — A stabbing Saturday night near Cliff’s Bar in Sterling left one person hospitalized and another jailed. more
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STANDISH — The Arenac County Sheriff’s Department arrested two people Oct. 16 for a series of alleged breaking and entering cases in the area. more

Updated Oct. 30, 3:41 p.m.  Au GRES — The Au Gres IGA store abruptly closed its doors Oct. 24, seemingly permanently. more

Dunleavy’s was packed Dec. 6 as people took …
Au GRES — The Arenac Community Fund held its annual fundraising auction Dec. 6 at Dunleavy’s Eatery & Pub, auctioning off a wide variety of items and giving out grants to several local groups. more
STANDISH TWP. — A two-car accident Dec. 30 resulted in one death and three serious injuries, according to a press release from the Arenac County Sheriff’s Office. more
ARENAC COUNTY — A case of bovine tuberculosis (TB) was reported in Arenac County by the National Veterinary Services Laboratory Sept. 5, according to Northeast Michigan Extension dairy expert Phil Durst. more
Spectators line the track at the Battle on the …
STANDISH TWP. — Racers from across the U.S. and Canada gathered at White’s Beach in Standish Township for the Battle on the Bay snowmobile race Feb. 9-10, with thousands of dollars in prize money. The weather cooperated, with plenty of ice and snow with clear visibility. more
Fairview's Alyson Winton (3) bumps a ball while …
Sports scores for Sept. 24 more
Tom Rosebrugh’s children Wendt Tuttle, Todd and …
WHITTEMORE — Extra winnings will be on the line in front of a capacity crowd at Whittemore Speedway when drivers hit the track for the second annual Tom Rosebrugh Memorial July 6. more
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