November 21, 2017
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A motor home rests on its side after being …
OMER — A two-vehicle collision on US-23 resulted in no injuries Thursday, Sept. 7, although both vehicles suffered substantial damage. more
STANDISH — After hearing city Manager Jerry Nelson’s plans to take a job with Dow Chemical, the Standish City Council approved giving Nelson a $10,000 raise Sept. 6 in order to retain him, although he said the money wasn’t the only concern he had. more
SSC’s Landon White tries to keep pace with the …
Standish-Sterling cross country hosted the Panther Classic at White's Canoe Livery Wednesday, Sept. 6. more
The collision with the bear left the front …
ADAMS TWP. — Two people were treated and released by emergency medical personnel following a vehicle/bear collision on northbound I-75 at Sterling Road Aug. 31. According to the police report, a … more
STANDISH — Weekly rehearsals for the Arenac Choraleers are scheduled to begin Monday, Sept. 11, at 6:30 p.m., and people who like to sing are welcome to attend and join the choir. more
ALGER, Mich., Aug. 30, 2017 – To allow the safe repair of the electric transmission system, approximately 5,700 Consumers Energy customers in portions of Ogemaw and Arenac counties will experience … more
Chad Zeien putts during last year's golf outing.
Au GRES — Knoll View Golf Course in Au Gres is once again hosting the Wertz Warriors golf outing to raise money for Special Olympics Michigan, with this year’s scramble scheduled for a shotgun start at noon Sept. 2. more
Sue and Randy Leiter are the first performers to …
The second annual Unified in Christ music festival was held at Divine Shepherd Christian Community in Standish Saturday, Aug. 26. more
STANDISH — Robert Quackenbush was charged with voting in the wrong precinct after the Michigan State Police alleged he illegally voted in Sims Township during his term as township supervisor from 2013 through 2017. more
Cameron Harris, 7, of Au Gres checks the size on …
People once again packed the Saganing Native American Center in Standish Township Saturday for the fourth annual Back-To-School Bonanza. Backpacks and clothing were available for free for area children from noon until 2 p.m. The event originally began due to a need in the area, with families struggling to afford school supplies. more
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