December 11, 2016
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STANDISH — Many organizations that assist people in numerous ways, including education, job-seeking, health and energy assistance, will be present during Project Connect at the Arenac Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Standish Sept. 21. more
Ronald McDonald visits with 5-year-old Thomas …
The annual M & M Memorial Golf Outing to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House was held Sept. 17 at the Green Hills Golf Course in Pinconning. more
ALGER — Multiple establishments in the Alger area reported breaking and entering incidents that were believed to have occurred either late at night Sept. 10 or early in the morning Sept. 11. more
Douglas Campbell of the Saginaw Bay CISMA’s …
ARENAC COUNTY — Members of the Saginaw Bay Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area’s “Strike Team” were in Arenac and Standish townships Sept. 12 applying herbicide to Japanese knotweed. more
Rep. Peter Pettalia
LOUD TWP. — Michigan Rep. Peter Pettalia lost his life in a two-vehicle accident Sept. 12. According to the Michigan State Police Alpena Post, Pettalia was southbound on M-33 in Montmorency … more
STANDISH — Superintendent Darren Kroczaleski has begun looking at the feasibility of consolidating Standish and Sterling elementary schools, and plans to have more information for the Standish-Sterling school board in October. more
ARENAC COUNTY — After storms knocked out power to more than 1,100 Consumers Energy customers Sept. 10, by Sunday afternoon, most of those customers had seen their power restored, according to the Consumers outage map. more
ARENAC COUNTY — More than 1,100 residents of Arenac County are without power following high winds and heavy rains that moved through the area Sept. 10. According to Consumers Energy, … more
Area first responders stand along either side of …
STANDISH — The annual Sept. 11 ceremony at the Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church to honor first responders will be held at 1 p.m. this year, as opposed to the evening, when it was held in previous years. more
Au GRES — A pair of business owners who own lodging businesses in the city of Au Gres say the city’s decision in August to purchase two cabins for the city campground will create more competition for them, and that they don’t believe taxpayer monies should be used to do so. more
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