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Firefighters prepare to leave the scene of a fire …
GIBSON TWP. — A fire that is believed to have started due a wood stove issue at a house on Carter Road in Gibson Township did not result in any injuries, according to Gibson Township Fire Chief Dan Chapman. more
STANDISH — A deal between the city of Standish and AT&T that allows the cell phone service provider to place antennas atop the city’s water tower has been renegotiated, which will net an … more
TWINING — A 38-year-old Twining resident is awaiting arraignment in Arenac County’s 81st District Court after allegedly running over another man with a four-wheeler Jan. 18. more
LANSING — The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) announced Jan. 17 that it has suspended the license and registration for the R.O. Savage Funeral Chapel in Standish, and alleged funeral home affiliate Richard Weishuhn was practicing mortuary sciences with a license. more
Ice racers speed around the Valley Trail Riders' …
BENTLEY — The need for speed does not hibernate, and those looking for winter racing action can check out the Valley Trail Riders’ ice races Jan. 26. more
Au GRES — Students in the Au Gres-Sims Drama Club have gotten a crash course in movie production over the past month, and their efforts will receive the Hollywood treatment during a red carpet premiere Friday, Jan. 24. more
AGS’ Cassidy Boensch jumps up for a shot.
Sports scores for Tuesday, Jan. 14. more
Kent Kraatz has been hired to lead the Panthers …
STANDISH — The Standish-Sterling school board approved a motion to hire Kent Kraatz as varsity football coach during its Jan. 13 meeting. more
The Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe hopes to …
STANDISH TWP. — The Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe is applying for Brownfield Redevelopment funds for environmental cleanup activities and possible demolition at the Stop & Go property in Standish Township. more
Paula Doak performs for children at a show in …
STERLING — A $1,250 mini grant received by the Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency Head Start in Sterling will be used to bring Paula Doak, known as the Merry Music Maker, to the area for a performance. more
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