September 2, 2014
Local News
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ARENAC COUNTY — A new nature preserve has opened in the Arenac and northern Bay county area. more
AuGRES — A 55-year-old Livonia man is currently in the Arenac County Jail after police allegedly confiscated three-quarters of a pound of marijuana during an undercover narcotics operation. more
STANDISH — The second annual Arenac County farmer’s market is getting a change of venue, with a move to the Standish Historical Depot for the 2012 season. more
STANDISH — Details regarding the death of 18-year-old SSC junior Tommy Osier have been released and the Bay City State Police are awaiting official autopsy results to determine the cause of death. more
April Morse's view from her back porch while her …
STANDISH — Since the piles and piles of snow dumped on Arenac County has melted away lately, residents of South Forest Street in the City of Standish experienced what has become yearly event – … more
ARENAC TOWNSHIP — As trash collection officially started up in Arenac Township, the township board caught more heat at its Jan. 7 meeting about how the service was introduced, and the board is … more
PINCONNING — Monday a third defendant was sentenced to jail in connection to a heist of approximately a half ton of meat from the Berthiaume Slaughter House in Pinconning last year. David … more
STANDISH — Former Superintendent Michael Dodge has submitted his letter of resignation to the Standish-Sterling Community School District school board. more
OMER — Members of the Omer City Council do not like the special assessment idea brought forth by Omer Arenac Fire Chief Brian Leja to help finance the department. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The closing of Standish Maximum Correctional Facility, which provided three meals a day to the Arenac County Jail, has the Arenac County Sheriff’s Department and commissioners … more
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