Local News
833 results total, viewing 111 - 120
STERLING — Whether or not students will be able to ride sleds during the Sterling Sportsmen’s Association’s snowmobile safety class Jan. 28 will depend on Mother Nature, but the free course will still provide plenty of important information for beginning riders. more
Participants in last year's Ugly Sweater 5K take …
Au GRES — The third annual Au Gres Winter Festival is set to return to the Au Gres City Park Jan. 28 with favorite attractions from the previous years as well as some new events. more
Samuel Peistrack, 4, matches letters with words …
Reading as a family to encourage literacy and learning was the focus of a Standish Elementary Family Literacy night held at the elementary school Jan. 24. more
Cory Mitrzyk flies up field after picking off a …
The WELL hosted a four-team flag football fundraiser at the Standish-Sterling Central High School field house Jan. 21. more
A flag football team representing Vantage …
STANDISH — Area businesses will compete the inaugural Sunrise Side Community Bowl Football Tournament at Standish-Sterling Central Saturday, Jan. 21. more
STANDISH — One of five defendants alleged to have been involved in a circle of Arenac County inmates who worked together to get narcotics into the jail pleaded guilty to delivery of a controlled substance Jan. 18 in 23rd Circuit Court in Arenac County. more
STANDISH — A 20-year-old Alabama man pleaded guilty to engaging in sexual acts with an underage female in 23rd Circuit Court Jan. 18. more
STANDISH — Longtime board of commissioners Secretary Gail Seder said she was unaware the county commissioners were considering changing her from a full-time to a part-time employee, a decision that was made during their Jan. 10 meeting. more
STANDISH TWP. — Dr. Ronald Schwab was removed from his position as Standish Township trustee Jan. 9, a position to which he was re-elected last November, after not being sworn into office before Jan. 1. more
Globe Fire Sprinkler received an eight-year tax …
STANDISH — Globe Fire Sprinkler is set to save more than $300,000 over eight years in various tax assessments in return for job creation and new construction through an industrial facility tax abatement approved by the Standish City Council Jan. 10. more
« Prev | 1 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 84 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

Copyright © 2017, Sunrise Publishing. Powered by: Creative Circle Advertising Solutions, Inc.