February 13, 2016
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ARENAC COUNTY — High winds on Christmas Eve left more than 3,400 Consumers Energy customers in Arenac County in the dark during the holiday and the weekend following it, but as of Dec. 27, Consumers reported energy had been restored in the county. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The morning of Christmas day saw 3,416 Consumers Energy customers in Arenac County still without electricity after high winds knocked out service to many early in the morning Dec. 24. more
The Consumers Energy outage map shows power …
ARENAC COUNTY — High winds that began to develop in the county early Thursday morning left many waking up on Christmas Eve to find they were without electricity. more
Those hoping for a white Christmas will likely be …
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — It has been an abnormally December, and Wednesday Dec. 23 was warmer than ever before in Traverse City, where a 53-degree measurement beat a 1957 record, according to the National Weather Service in Gaylord. more
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — It isn’t exactly the winter storm many might expect this time of year, but the National Weather Service in Gaylord has issued a wind advisory for much of Northern Michigan, including the counties of Arenac, Ogemaw and Oscoda. more
Dead phragmites float near the shoreline at the …
ARENAC COUNTY — Saginaw Bay Resource, Conservation & Development hosted a tour Dec. 15 that showed how some of the various phragmites control and management efforts have made headway into combating the invasive weeds. more
STANDISH — Jaclyn Smith was sentenced to a minimum of nine months in jail Dec. 17 for attempted fourth-degree child abuse and attempted fourth-degree maintaining a drug house. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Michigan Department of Transportation released a draft of its five-year plan Dec. 10, and Arenac County is listed in the plan three times, with projects scheduled to begin next year. more
Angelina North, 11, shops with Trooper Tim Fink.
Ready for Christmas [Photo gallery]
Area children were able to buy presents with a police escort during Shop With a Cop Dec. 16. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Huron Pines’ 10-year Rifle River restoration plan was recently approved by the Environmental Protection Agency, and the project’s approval should make it easier for Huron Pines and project partners to acquire grants for continued work. more
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