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STANDISH –– High school seniors will have the chance to meet with potential college representatives at Standish-Sterling Central High School’s annual college night Oct. 6. The event will … more
Veterans Robert Szostak and Duane Martin raise …
There were no empty seats and many people were standing during a dedication ceremony for the recently completed veterans memorial at the Au Gres City Hall Sept. 30. more
Improved yellow perch, such as the two being held …
ARENAC COUNTY — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources wrapped up its annual fisheries survey in the Saginaw Bay in late September, and this year’s survey showed slight improvements in the yellow perch population. more
Christine Rose tells Relay For Life participants …
STANDISH — Christine Rose considers the year from mastectomy to being cancer-free as a journey — and it was one she did not have to make alone. more
The American woodcock is just one game animal …
ATLANTA — Many grouse and American woodcock hunters learn how to do it from those who learned it from someone else. So taking up the hunting activity, for which the season opened up earlier this month, can be taxing for a novice with no knowledge. more
A ceremony at the veterans memorial at the Au …
Au GRES — A dedication ceremony for the veterans memorial installed outside the Au Gres City Hall over the past year is scheduled for 6 p.m. Sept. 30. more
Sandy Scheel demonstrates how to make dresses for …
WEST BRANCH — The return of the annual Quilt Walk Oct. 1-3 will showcase hundreds of handmade quilts in downtown businesses and offer community members the chance to pick the brains of those who created them. more
PINCONNING — A suspect escaped from the Pinconning Police Department during a traffic stop a late Sept. 22 in Pinconning, and was located during a daytime search Sept. 23. more
STANDISH — A plea agreement in the Darlene McKeon case requiring her to pay $7,500 in restitution by Oct. 15 was reached in 23rd Circuit Court Sept. 24. more
STANDISH — In order to increase production area and to consolidate office space, Globe Fire Sprinkler President Steve Worthington offered the city $23,555 for city property, which the Standish City Council accepted Sept. 21. more
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