November 29, 2015
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Cole Dewald of Au Gres is all smiles as his mom …
ARENAC COUNTY — Students of Arenac County’s three school districts headed out for the first day of classes of the 2012-2013 school year Tuesday, Sept. 4. more
Jasmine Olofson, 9, and Brooke Urbaniak, 9, both …
Gray skies and rainy weather earlier in the day did not stop people from visiting the Standish Historical Depot for the ninth annual Depot Days Saturday, Oct. 5. more
Savea Herrick of Twining, 9, and Karley McLavy of …
Children enjoyed various games and activities, and had the chance to tour the haunted theater during Arenac Eastern's Halloween fun night Oct. 29. more
People gather around the tree and sing "O …
The Au Gres city Christmas tree was lit up Dec. 6. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Two wildfires last weekend caused little damage, destroying just one outbuilding in Clayton Township and causing no injuries. more
A road crew compacts gravel and pulverized …
STERLING — The Sterling Area Health Center sits in the middle of an approximately two-mile repaving project on Sterling Road that began Tuesday Sept. 15. And while it has gotten easier to navigate, health center patients and employees are still trying to adjust. more
Making Strides Chairwoman Mary Hopewell, center, …
People from Ogemaw, Arenac, Gladwin, Iosco and Roscommon Counties gathered in Irons Park in West Branch April 5 for the second annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer non-competitive 5K walk. more
Participants check in for the run/walk.
St. Mary's of Michigan Standish Hospital held its fourth annual Bee Healthy For Life two-mile run/walk Aug. 9. Runners and walkers gathered for friendly competition and fun. The race started at 9 … more
Thanks to the student volunteers
Over 100 kids and their families enjoyed games, food, prizes, and a haunted hayride. Many area students and Club members worked together to provide a free evening of fun for everyone who attended. more
John Curcio
STANDISH — No charges were changed in the case against John Thomas Curcio II of Alger during a status conference in Arenac County’s 81st District Court Jan. 26. Curcio, 56, faces six counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count each of kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment. more
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