February 26, 2017
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Bryce Bialobrzeski and Brooke Knepfler enjoy the …
STANDISH — Two live bands and a puppet show will be included in the 12th annual Depot Days celebration, which is scheduled for Oct. 1-2 at the Standish Historical Depot and Welcome Center. more
STERLING — Two people riding a motorcycle through the village of Sterling Sunday suffered serious injuries during a crash with a minivan. more
STANDISH — Charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct were dismissed against Jeremy Gingerich of Turner when the defendant pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree CSC in 23rd Circuit Court Sept. 21. more
Standish Elementary student Jerzy Peak feeds a …
Fifth-graders form Arenac County school districts toured Goodroe Farms of Sterling Sept. 22. more
Project Connect participants make their way down …
Many organizations offering assistance in a variety of ways were present at Project Connect Sept. 21 at the Arenac Veterans of Foreign Wars Post. more
Turbid waters are causing reduced efficiency at …
WHITNEY TWP. — Heavily turbid waters causing stress to the Sims-Whitney Water Authority’s water plant has led to the townships taking steps toward constructing a new plant. more
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STANDISH — Four people who were reportedly arrested in West Branch July 19 with what police say was methamphetamine production equipment are scheduled for a court hearing in Ogemaw County Sept. 21 and in Arenac County Oct. 3. more
STANDISH — Many organizations that assist people in numerous ways, including education, job-seeking, health and energy assistance, will be present during Project Connect at the Arenac Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Standish Sept. 21. more
Ronald McDonald visits with 5-year-old Thomas …
The annual M & M Memorial Golf Outing to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House was held Sept. 17 at the Green Hills Golf Course in Pinconning. more
ALGER — Multiple establishments in the Alger area reported breaking and entering incidents that were believed to have occurred either late at night Sept. 10 or early in the morning Sept. 11. more
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