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Olivia Verdusco lines up a shot at last year's K …
Au GRES – Students from Arenac Eastern and Au Gres-Sims aged 9-14 will take 15 shots from the charity stripe during the Au Gres Knights of Columbus’ annual free-throw shooting contest Jan. 24. more
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MASON TWP. — Firefighters from the Twining-Mason-Turner Fire Department and Michigan Department of Natural Resources contained a fire to a few large leaf piles before the flames could spread and cause injuries or structural damage April 17. more
CLAYTON TWP. — The Arenac County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an alleged car theft that was reported Monday, Aug. 4. more
Justin Maziarz, Bernice Harkins, Diane Sims and …
STANDISH — Two Standish men who helped free a pair of women from an overturned, burning vehicle Aug. 22 were honored by the Arenac County Sheriff’s Department Jan. 21. more
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The Steve Dzrewicki Band played in the blistering heat at the Standish Historical Depot July 18, as part of the depot’s summer concert series. While the heat relegated much of the audience to shady spots under trees or in front of the depot, some still found ways to show their enjoyment without getting up to dance in the sun. more
Donovan Trombley, 17, passed away unexpectedly …
STANDISH — The Standish-Sterling Central High School community was saddened by the sudden death of senior Donovan Trombley Sept. 10, and those who knew Donovan said the 17-year-old was selfless and always willing to lend a helping hand. more
Megan Robinson attempts to mount her donkey, …
STANDISH — The Future Farmers of America ran a donkey basketball game May 2 at the Standish-Sterling Middle School gym. more
Marks in the asphalt that are after effects of a …
STANDISH¬—A semi carrying pelleted chicken manure crashed in downtown Standish Tuesday afternoon spilling it at the intersection of N. Main and E. Cedar Streets, and coming inches away from causing major damage to Brummer Family Dentistry at 116 N. Main. Emergency crews also had to cleanup a diesel fuel leak, and a broken snapped light post. According to the Arenac County Sheriff's department, there was no injuries, but the crash is still under investigation and charges are pending. more
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