September 19, 2014
Local News
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WHITNEY TOWNSHIP — Don Fitzgerald has spent the last 30 years serving on the Whitney Township planning commission and as of July 21, the only thing he’s planning now is his retirement. … more
Drivers go bumper-to-bumper down the straightaway …
The Bump N Grind was held at the Arenac County Fair in Standish on Thursday, July 23. The event featured two classes for small and large cars. more
Gorge Morse runs down M-61 on his way through …
STANDISH — George Morse is running 1,000 miles in Michigan to motivate people across the state to turn the economy around. more
STANDISH — A man stranded on a boat in the Saginaw Bay was forced to swim one mile to shore Saturday evening according to the Arenac County Sheriff’s Department. more
Standish VFW Post Chaplain Donald Reshott, left. …
ARENAC COUNTY — The Standish VFW post and American Legion members started off Memorial Day with solemn ceremonies at area cemeteries throughout the morning, followed by a visit to veterans at MediLodge in Sterling. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Arenac County’s road commission is “pretty well set” for winter, according to Superintendent Blair Dyer. more
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — The American Red Cross will hold blood drives in both Ogemaw and Arenac Counties in the coming weeks along with National Blood Donor Month. more
Sterling Elementary students show off their …
ARENAC COUNTY — This year Arenac County will celebrate Halloween with a pair of trunk-or-treats, a Halloween party and two children’s parades. more
WEST BRANCH — Ogemaw County Prosecuting Attorney LaDonna Schultz has been appointed to serve as a special prosecutor in the embezzlement case against former Arenac Township Treasurer Bonnie Campbell. more
STANDISH — Friday October 3, Pinconning and Standish-Sterling students will have the opportunity to see their Principal and Assistant Principal catch a pie in the face. According to Pinconning … more
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