November 21, 2018
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Au GRES — Halloween in the Park is returned to the Au Gres City Park this Saturday, Oct. 20, and featured a haunted hayride, bounce houses, exotic animal display, games and, new this year, a rock climbing wall. more
STANDISH — The Michigan Department of Transportation will detour US-23 traffic south of Standish to accommodate the reconstruction of a Lake State Railway Co. crossing in Arenac County starting Monday, Oct. 22. more
Au GRES — Halloween in the Park is returning to the Au Gres City Park this Saturday, Oct. 20, and will feature a haunted hayride, bounce houses, exotic animal display, games and, new this year, a rock climbing wall. more
OMER — The Li’l Sprouts Child Development Center is inviting people of all ages to its trunk or treat and health and safety fair for the second year Oct. 24. ... more
The Standish-Sterling Central Panthers hosted the Shepherd Bluejays at its pink out game Wednesday, Oct. 17. To see scores, see next week’s paper. more
STANDISH — Billy Mack and the Juke Joint Johnnies will kick off the Northeast Michigan Art Council’s 2018-19 Second Sunday Concert series at the Northeast Art Center this Sunday, Oct. 14, at 2 p.m. more
WEST BRANCH — Michigan State Police Sgt. Pete McNamara, 54, passed away in his sleep Oct. 9. As 30-year-veteran with the MSP, McNamara was a champion in the West Branch post area that he served … more
STERLING — Tragedy struck a Sterling family Sunday, Sept. 30, when they returned home to find that their house had caught on fire, leaving it uninhabitable and taking all of their possessions and the family’s two dogs. more
The 14th annual Depot Days returned to the Standish Historical Depot this weekend,Oct. 6-7, and featured carnival rides, antique tractors, historical scrapbooks and pictures, vendors, food contests and more. more
STANDISH — The Standish-Sterling Community School District met or exceeded the state average in 10 of the 17 categories tested on the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress in 2018, according to Superintendent Darren Kroczaleski. more
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