November 24, 2014
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The driver said she plans to furnish the bear …
A black bear was struck and killed on I-75 near mile marker 209 between Alger and West Branch Thursday morning. more
Katrina Kandal, of Standish, checks out some …
STANDISH — People looking for a diverse array of crafts and other homemade items can browse a large selection during the Sterling Parent Teacher Organization’s 10th annual holiday bazaar at Standish-Sterling Middle School Nov. 8. more
Brooklyn Lilly
TAWAS — Approximately 22 hours after being reported missing, 2-year-old Brooklyn Lilly was located in a wooded area near her family’s home on Laidlaw Road in Tawas Nov. 6. more
Brooklyn Lynn Lilly
TAWAS — Anyone who sees Brooklyn Lynn Lilly, a 2-year-old Tawas City child reported missing Nov. 5, or a child who resembles her, can call a Michigan State Police tip line at 877-660-6659, according to Iosco County Central Dispatch Director Robert Rae. more
Firefighters and EMTs work to remove a driver and …
LINCOLN TWP. — A Pinconning woman and Twining man suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a two-car accident Nov. 5. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Results for the Nov. 4 mid-term election are posted below. Polls close at 8 p.m. and results will be posted as they become available. more
Jim Markle
STANDISH — High school coaches have to deal with expectations, parents and game plans while also setting a good example for the athletes on their teams. It can be overwhelming, but former Standish-Sterling Athletic Director Jim Markle made the situation easier for young coaches. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Area veterans will be honored during sixteen celebration services and an open house held by Hospice of Helping Hands this November. more
Savea Herrick of Twining, 9, and Karley McLavy of …
Children enjoyed various games and activities, and had the chance to tour the haunted theater during Arenac Eastern's Halloween fun night Oct. 29. more
Father David Parsch gives candy to Marnie and …
Trunk-or-treats in Standish and Au Gres drew big crowds Oct. 31, despite the cold, rainy weather more
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