October 23, 2017
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Sheriff James Mosciski recalls the day of the …
The memories of those lost in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, and the bravery of first responders and service members following the attacks were honored during a 9-11 ceremony at the Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church in Standish Monday, Sept. 11. more
Republican candidate for Governor Rick Snyder …
STANDISH — Republican candidate for Governor Rick Snyder stopped by Wheelers restaurant today in Standish. more
MILLS TWP. — Five people have been arrested in connection with an alleged breaking and entering at a Mills Township residence in the early morning hours of Dec. 8, according to a press release from Ogemaw County Prosecutor LaDonna Schultz. more
STANDISH — National retailer Tractor Supply Company confirmed its plans to build a new store in Standish March 29 during an interview with the Independent. more
Donating funds, left to right, Deb Marthaler …
The AuGres Women in Business (AWIB)was established in 2005 by founders,President, Josie Meyer, owner of Whitestone Pointe Cabins and Pam Findlay owner of Rooster Inn B & B and the Chicken Coope Gift … more
Tattered and dirty, the flags and banner show the …
WEST BRANCH — Meeting up with Ogemaw Wildfire Convoy organizers Jock Kartes and Roy Smith was no easy task, as the two are still recuperating from the more than 60-hour trip and overwhelming … more
OGEMAW COUNTY — A Bellaire woman was arrested after allegedly traveling southbound in the northbound lane of I-75 Feb. 7. more
Daniel Brink
STANDISH — Unless plea bargains are reached, two jury trials involving three defendants will be held in 23rd Circuit Court in Arenac County in the coming days. more
Eric Sanchez smiles as he walks toward his seat …
Commencement ceremonies were held for the Arenac Eastern class of 2017 Sunday, June 4, the AE gymnasium, which was packed with alumni, as it is likely the final graduation ceremony held at the school. more
Veterans cross US-23 in last year's Loyalty Day …
STANDISH — About one month after approving a new course for the Veterans of Foreign Wars annual Loyalty Day parade, the Standish City Council changed its mind April 11 and voted to allow the parade to be held along the same route it has for more than 40 years. more
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