September 16, 2014
Local News
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STANDISH — Arenac County MSU 4-H Extension Office Director John Cummings wants to see things grow in Arenac County, including a community garden more
STANDISH — Standish area residents better get ready for music this summer, as the Standish Summerfest is getting ready to entertain the masses for free. more
STANDISH — For many little girls competitive cheerleading on the big stage is just something they dream of actually doing, let alone taking first place. more
Audience members enjoy a concert by the Rifle …
STANDISH — Audience members enjoy a concert by the Rifle River Folk Strings outside of the Standish Historical Depot on Thursday. The weather was beautiful with temperatures in the 70's during the evening. more
Ashley Roper, 8, bounces her way through the …
Caring bear picnic [Photo gallery]
STANDISH — Saint Mary's of Michigan Standish Hospital held their annual Caring Bear Picnic on Thursday, June 17, outside of their main hospital branch on M-61. Over 123 children visited the hospital for the picnic. more
Draw Your Dad by S. Tremble
Draw Your Dad Contest [Photo gallery]
Should Arenac County have a community garden? more
Rifle River campground manager Laurie Richardson …
STERLING — Water levels on the Rifle River rose steadily over the weekend and early Monday morning, as the flood waters breached the river’s bank in some areas. more
STANDISH — Arenac County has agreed to a contract with Ohio-based Volunteer Energy for natural gas services to be provided to the county courthouse and jail. The Arenac County Board of … more
The swollen Rifle River flows past were the Rifle …
High waters [Photo gallery]
Sterling — Waters on the Rifle River rose steadily over the weekend. On Sunday evening the national weather service said that the Rifle River had reached it's flood stage level at six feet, and that it was expected to rise to six point two feet. Rifle River Campground Manager Laurie Laurie Richardson said that the river was moving so fast that they lost their dock to the current. "I’ve been here 45-years and we’ve never lost a dock," she said until the campgrounds dock floated away late Sunday night. "It rose a good six feet. I've never seen it rise so fast.” Check back for a complete story. more
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