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STANDISH — Longtime board of commissioners Secretary Gail Seder said she was unaware the county commissioners were considering changing her from a full-time to a part-time employee, a decision that was made during their Jan. 10 meeting. more
STANDISH TWP. — Dr. Ronald Schwab was removed from his position as Standish Township trustee Jan. 9, a position to which he was re-elected last November, after not being sworn into office before Jan. 1. more
Globe Fire Sprinkler received an eight-year tax …
STANDISH — Globe Fire Sprinkler is set to save more than $300,000 over eight years in various tax assessments in return for job creation and new construction through an industrial facility tax abatement approved by the Standish City Council Jan. 10. more
STANDISH — The Arenac County Board of Commissioners voted Jan. 10 to change its monthly meeting dates to the second and fourth Tuesday as opposed to the first and third Tuesdays. more
Au GRES — Work to repair storm sewers on Michigan Avenue in Au Gres with a price tag of $67,112 was approved by the Au Gres City Council Jan. 3 more
ARENAC TWP. — Due to incorrect property descriptions in Arenac Township, it could be possible that someone buried in the township cemetery is actually buried in a property owner’s backyard, said township Supervisor Tim Hagley. more
As each wand multiplies when Joel Tacey tries to …
Comedian and magician Joel Tacey performed at the Northeast Art Center Saturday, Jan. 7, providing laughs and amazement with juggling, magic tricks and more. more
Au GRES — Residents of the city of Au Gres interested in serving on city council have until Jan. 17 at 4 p.m. to file nominating petitions for two council seats up for election in 2017. more
BAY COUNTY — Two people were killed in a head-on collision on southbound I-75 near Mile Marker 182 Dec. 27, which was reportedly caused when a driver made a U-turn and was traveling northbound in the southbound lane, according to the Michigan State Police. more
STANDISH — The Arenac County Board of Commissioners approved a budget for next year that is projecting about $80,000 less in revenues and expenses during a Dec. 21 budget hearing. more
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