November 27, 2015
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Au Gres-Sims Superintendent Jeff Collier helps …
They're back [Photo gallery]
Arenac County students returned to school Sept. 8 for the 2015-15 school year. more
Ed May tries to sink a putt while his teammates …
The Wertz Warriors held their annual golf outing to raise money for the Special Olympics of Michigan Sept. 5 at Knoll View Golf Course in Au Gres, and many people signed up to show their support. more
AGS' Caden Zeien is swarmed by Alcona's defense.
Scores for Friday, Sept. 4, 2015 more
The new owners of the former IGA have several …
Au GRES — A Sept. 8 public hearing will be conducted by Au Gres City Council to discuss potentially establishing a commercial rehabilitation district for the old IGA building, as its owners are seeking to reopen the grocery store. more
Au GRES — City council members in Au Gres voted Sept. 1 to accept a parcel of property from Bob Jennings, who first approached the city about giving it the property in June. more
Hanna Elshoff, a Minnesota resident, rides her …
OGEMAW COUNTY — There are a few reasons 72-year-old Minnesota resident Hanna Elshoff is traveling across the United States in a solar powered tricycle. more
Dr. Daniel Durda points to a clay layer called …
BOULDER, Colo. — As a young man growing up in Standish, Dr. Daniel Durda was enamored and inspired by “Cosmos,” the space exploration series starring Carl Sagan that aired in 1980. Nearly 35 years later, Durda has been named the Carl Sagan Medal winner. more
MASON TWP. — Improved cell phone service could be coming to Verizon Wireless customers in the Twining and Maple Ridge areas in 2016, as TowerCo LLC has proposed erecting a new cell tower along Maple Ridge Road. more
Au GRES — Fans of the classic film and novel “Gone With the Wind” will not want to miss Kathleen Marcaccio’s presentation at the Au Gres Community Library Sept. 2, at which she will share knowledge and display memorabilia of the book and movie. more
STERLING — The Sept. 1 meeting of the Sterling Sportsmen’s Association will serve as a Michigan United Conservation Club District 10 meeting and feature Jim Baker, Southern Lake Huron Management Unit supervisor for the Department of Natural Resources. more
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