September 21, 2014
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ARENAC COUNTY — While the Arenac County Board of Commissioners do not believe the county’s wayfinding sign logos reflect the county’s characteristics, they ultimately did not have a problem with it at their Aug. 7 meeting after it was explained that it is not an official logo. more
The east wall of the Polo Ralph Lauren store is …
WEST BRANCH — Crews began demolishing the Polo Ralph Lauren store at Tanger Outlet Center Thursday, a week after the roof of the building collapsed, forcing the mall to close. more
ARENAC COUNTY — It looks like the County Board of Commissioners and the county’s Steelworkers’ Union have a contract, whether the union likes it or not. “We have advised the Steelworkers … more
STANDISH — The non-profit group Great Lakes Clean Water (GLCW) wrapped up its Yellow Jug Old Drugs pilot program in August, and now it’s hoping to expand its operation to include Standish … more
Standish Mayor Mark Winslow (right) answers …
STANDISH — U.S. Rep. Bart Stupak, speaking with assembled media outside Standish Maximum Security Prison following an Aug. 17 tour of the prison, said he is hopeful the Federal Bureau of Prisons … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Results from the recent fall count day, Sept. 29, for area schools showed stable results, as student numbers were similar to those from last year. more
STANDISH — The duties of the Arenac County Housing Commission, which serves to make housing acquisition and improvement more affordable to low-income residents of the county, are being handed over to Northeast Michigan Affordable Housing, a nonprofit housing agency. more
STANDISH — Residents of the city of Standish will be able to pay their city bills using a credit card following a unanimous vote at the Standish council meeting May 21. more
STANDISH — As of July 1, a new pastor has been in town to serve the Community United Methodist Church in Standish and the Saganing Indian Church in Standish Township. more
OMER — The state legislature would likely not take up a new date for sucker fishing season until after the election, State Rep. Joel Johnson told the Omer City Council during its meeting Sept. 25. more
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