February 26, 2015
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Carol Kindig of Sterling listens as Melody …
People looking to find unique gifts, decorations and other interesting items made their way to Standish-Sterling Middle School Nov. 8 for the 10th annual Sterling Elementary PTO Holiday Bazaar. more
Katrina Kandal, of Standish, checks out some …
STANDISH — People looking for a diverse array of crafts and other homemade items can browse a large selection during the Sterling Parent Teacher Organization’s 10th annual holiday bazaar at Standish-Sterling Middle School Nov. 8. more
Brooklyn Lilly
TAWAS — Approximately 22 hours after being reported missing, 2-year-old Brooklyn Lilly was located in a wooded area near her family’s home on Laidlaw Road in Tawas Nov. 6. more
Brooklyn Lynn Lilly
TAWAS — Anyone who sees Brooklyn Lynn Lilly, a 2-year-old Tawas City child reported missing Nov. 5, or a child who resembles her, can call a Michigan State Police tip line at 877-660-6659, according to Iosco County Central Dispatch Director Robert Rae. more
Firefighters and EMTs work to remove a driver and …
LINCOLN TWP. — A Pinconning woman and Twining man suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a two-car accident Nov. 5. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Results for the Nov. 4 mid-term election are posted below. Polls close at 8 p.m. and results will be posted as they become available. more
Jim Markle
STANDISH — High school coaches have to deal with expectations, parents and game plans while also setting a good example for the athletes on their teams. It can be overwhelming, but former Standish-Sterling Athletic Director Jim Markle made the situation easier for young coaches. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Area veterans will be honored during sixteen celebration services and an open house held by Hospice of Helping Hands this November. more
Father David Parsch gives candy to Marnie and …
Trunk-or-treats in Standish and Au Gres drew big crowds Oct. 31, despite the cold, rainy weather more
Students return to the school, marching down …
Students donned their Halloween costumes and paraded through the hallways of Sterling Elementary and streets of Standish Friday, Oct. 31. more
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