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Kristen Gray, 12, of Oscoda, drops her chip on …
The Dwight Schaff Park was full of children looking to score prizes in several games and adults checking out the craft show during the Alger Fall Festival Sept. 14. more
W-P's Azaiyah Bell tries to get around Hillman's …
Sports sccores for Dec. 16. more
Larry Church, traveling with his wife Ruth, looks …
STANDISH — The Flint-based car cruise Back to the Bricks group stopped off at the Standish Historical Depot June 12 for doughnuts and refreshments during its “Shore to Shore” statewide cruise tour. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Uninsured citizens across the state of Michigan will have the opportunity to start purchasing insurance policies through health care exchanges Oct. 1. more
Hailey Powell and Allison Hartman of Standish …
The Arenac County Fair is running from July 30 through Aug. 3 at the fairgrounds in Standish, with a variety of games, rides and competitions open to visitors. more
BURLEIGH TWP. — An Allen Park man was killed in a single vehicle accident early Friday morning in Burleigh Township. Richard Bielewski, 59, of Allen Park was killed when he reportedly lost control of his 2001 Ford Expedition while traveling northbound on M-65 north of Turtle Road, causing the vehicle to leave the roadway and overturn several times, according to a press release from the Michigan State Police. more
William Nelson of Kawkawlin, Eldon Chalupa of …
Model A’s, Model T’s and their contemporary cars and trucks filled the parking lot at Richardson Ford in Standish July 13 for an antique car show. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Available data from the Environmental Protection Agency suggests the Great Lakes could be soaking up carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which could change the pH levels in the water and have a negative impact on wildlife. more
HORTON TWP. — The community is gathering to raise money for an injured Moffatt Township firefighter. more
Will Best, Joey Abdella, and Gavin Maliskey paint …
TWINING — Arenac Eastern and Au Gres-Sims students from grades 6-12 had the opportunity to check out some of the hobbies and activities out there during the schools’ annual teen summit May 10. more
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