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STANDISH — A single casefile that goes through the 23rd Circuit Court, which encompasses Iosco, Oscoda, Arenac and Alcona counties, will on average generate more than 100 pages of information, according to court officials. more
Mason Datzko of Standish, 5, gets help from his …
Arenac County 4-H members, their families, and children interested in finding out more about 4-H met at Arenac Lanes in Standish Feb. 11 to hear information about the organization, and also to enjoy free bowling and chances to win prizes. more
Tech Time will be held at the Mary Johnston …
ARENAC COUNTY — People having a hard time figuring out how to solve an issue with their smart phone, computer, e-reader or tablet can get some free advice from their local libraries starting this month. more
Brady Demory, 6, of Mio displays an 11-inch perch …
ARENAC COUNTY — Experienced anglers and those looking to try fishing for the first time will have the opportunity to drop their lines in Michigan’s many bodies of water without first having to get a license during the annual Winter Free Fishing Weekend Feb. 14-15. more
The U.S. Forest Service's Kirtland's warbler …
MIO — Officials with the U.S. Forest Service are asking area kids to submit their drawings for the 2015 Kirtland’s Warbler Young Artists Calendar Contest. more
John Curcio
STANDISH — John Curcio faced six charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct at the onset of a preliminary examination in 81st District Court Feb. 9, and was bound over to 23rd Circuit Court with one of the original CSC counts dismissed, but 13 others added. more
Close racing action ensues in the single cylinder …
A big crowd turned out to watch a large field of racers participate in vintage snowmobile races at the Arenac County Fairgrounds Feb. 7. more
Paula Baker reported the scam attempt the Arenac …
Au GRES — Paula Baker of Au Gres had red flags going up when she received a message claiming she was being sued by the U.S. Department of Treasury Monday, Feb. 2, and after calling the number back, her concerns seemed warranted. more
Au GRES — Water and sewer customers in the city of Au Gres will see a slight increase in their monthly bills after members of city council voted Feb. 3 to raise the rates by 1.106 percent, which is the rate of inflation. more
Woodstoves, like this fireplace insert, have …
LANSING — The Environmental Protection Agency is set to release new guidelines for manufacturers of wood-burning stoves Feb. 3. The changes could affect the various designs manufacturers can use in building wood-burning stoves. more
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