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STANDISH — Connie Kellog, of Standish, was found guilty March 25 in the 23rd Circuit Court for arson charges stemming from a September 2008 house fire. more
ARENAC COUNTY — An audit report from the state of Michigan to Arenac County states, among other findings, that there was a “lack of segregation of duties” and “unauthorized transactions” in the county’s public guardian’s office. more
WHITNEY TOWNSHIP — Representatives from the drain commission and the Department of Environmental Quality met with Whitney Township residents and board members March 18 to discuss E. coli problems with the Whitney Drain. more
Standish-Sterling's FFA chapter competed in five …
LANSING — Thirty-eight students from Standish-Sterling’s Future Farmers of America chapter competed in the state competition in Lansing March 10-12. more
Nick DuBay, of Pinconning, begins the public …
PINCONNING — The Pinconning Area School District’s site committee recommended at the March 22 board meeting to close Mount Forest Elementary School after finishing inspections of both Mount Forest and Linwood schools. more
STANDISH — Peggy Burtch was hired for the combined position of clerk and treasurer for the city of Standish at its regular council meeting March 18. more
Updated March 16, 2010 at 3:19 p.m. STANDISH —House bills 5550-5554, which would allow communities to refinance debt, passed in the Michigan House of Representatives Tuesday, March 16, and they will now go to the Senate. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Arenac County has received an audit report from the state of Michigan evaluating the county's internal control system for its public guardian's office. Sue Sanford, an audit … more
(l-r) Eli Burkhardt, 7, Jonathan Christe, 7, and …
STERLING — Students at Sterling Elementary School recently decorated a mailbox that will be auctioned off at the Bay City Mall as part of the My School’s Cool program, which will award $5,000 to the school with the most points at the end of the semester. more
WHITNEY TOWNSHIP — Whitney Township is still waiting to find out if it will receive grant money from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. The E. coli issue at the Singing Bridge is one of 49 proposals submitted throughout the state within the beach sanitary survey category of the GLRI program. more
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