January 19, 2019
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Au GRES TWP. — The Au Gres Township Board of Trustees approved the renewal of permits for three medical marijuana facilities and the implementation of site inspectors for the facilities including two board members and one non-board member at its January meeting. more
Au GRES — Au Gres lost a lifelong resident Jan. 1, but his involvement in the community, love for adventures, passion for fixing anything he could get his hands on and his sense of humor will never … more
STANDISH — Wheeler’s Restaurant, an establishment that has been a part of the Standish community for more than 80 years, has been purchased by Adam Kroczaleski, who aims to make changes while maintaining that Wheeler’s charm. more
STANDISH — Arenac County Central Dispatch, on average, receives around 10,000-11,000 complaints in a year; however, by the end of 2018, the dispatch received a total of 13,438 complaints. more
STANDISH — Thanks to the quick action of the Standish Area Fire Authority during the night of Jan. 10, a fire at a home on Court Street in Standish caused minimal damage. more
STANDISH — Due to dwindling membership and financial reasons, the Standish Veterans of Foreign Wars has relocated and will be sharing a facility with the American Legion Post 104. more
ARENAC TWP. — A circuit court judge ruled in favor of Arenac Township Dec. 31, affirming its decision to vacate the position of treasurer based on an allegation regarding her residency outside the township. more
TEXAS — A local woman is being reunited with her 16-year-old daughter after she had been missing for more than seven months. Arenac County Undersheriff Don McIntyre confirmed that Kristi Leonard … more
WHITTEMORE — Kevin Schutte, a 25-year-old band director at the Whittemore-Prescott school district and former student of Au Gres-Sims, allegedly emailed dozens of staff members in the W-P school district admitting to a history of sexual misconduct before taking his own life Jan. 6. ... more
Comedian, entertainer and magician Joel Tacey entertained an intimate crowd at the Northeast Michigan Arts Center Jan. 5 as the organization kicks off its entertainment series. more
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