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STANDISH — A Turner man has been charged with first-degree home invasion and felonious assault after allegedly attempting to bind a Whitney Township resident with zip ties, then cutting him with a box cutter. more
STANDISH — After receiving $1.7 million from the state to help offset lost water revenue caused by the closure of the Standish Maximum Correctional Facility in 2009, water rates were adjusted down during the Standish City Council’s Feb. 13 meeting. more
Bidders raise their paddles at last year's event.
Au GRES — Celebrating Arenac’s annual quarter auction is scheduled to return Feb. 20 at the T & C Sports Lounge in Au Gres, giving bidders the chance to win prizes without spending a ton of money. more
Mitch Pula smiles as Tim Hagley announces him as …
Goodroe Farms was awarded as Farm of the Year and Mitch Pula received the Agriculture Lifetime Achievement Award during the Arenac Conservation District’s annual meeting at the Deep River Township Hall Feb. 15. more
The Oscoda County Fairgrounds were blanketed with …
With the winter season in full swing, it can be easy to fall into the trap of staying indoors and watching TV all night. more
Beverly Meyer is scheduled to play the art center …
STANDISH — Families and children are expected to sing along with The Music Lady Beverly Meyer during her Feb. 17 performance at the Northeast Art Center in Standish. more
Jake, Bill, Jon, Dave and Dan Goodroe pose for a …
STERLING — Awards for the Farm of the Year, Agricultural Lifetime Achievement and poster contests will be distributed during the Arenac Conservation District’s annual meeting Feb. 15 at the Deep River Township Hall. more
Au GRES — Arenac County students will benefit from monies raised during a night of trivia at the Au Gres Knights of Columbus Hall Feb. 17. more
Ice fishermen were photographed on the Mio Pond …
Free fishing will be offered to residents across Michigan Feb. 17-18 during one of Michigan's two annual Free Fishing Weekends. more
STERLING — Getting children and families into the woods to hunt small game is the focus of the Sterling Sportsmen’s Association’s annual squirrel and rabbit hunt Feb. 10. more
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