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CLAYTON TWP. — Residents of Clayton Township will once again have a chance to turn in old tires or appliances sitting around their homes or property free of charge during the township’s second spring cleanup Saturday, May 4. more
BAY CITY — Two Arenac County nonprofits will once again be putting up some friendly competition in the Bay Area Community Foundation’s Give Local Bay fundraiser May 7. ... more
Families visited Sterling Sportsmen's Association for the annual Kids Sucker Fishing Tournament April 28 after it had been rescheduled from the week prior. more
The annual Loyalty Day Parade returned once again to Standish for its 48th year April 27, to honor and celebrate U.S. troops while serving as an opportunity to show patriotic pride. more
The Ogemaw Heights boys and girls track teams hosted the Falcon Invite Friday, April 26, where several schools competed for top honors. Area schools include Ogemaw Heights and Standish-Sterling … more
STANDISH — The annual Loyalty Day Parade is set to return to Standish for its 48th year April 27, once again celebrating U.S. troops and serving as an opportunity to show patriotic pride. more
STANDISH — The deadline may have passed to order trees in the Arenac Conservation District’s annual Spring Tree Sale, but the public is still welcome to check out extra plants available for sale during the order pickup dates of April 26-27. ... more
American Legion Post 104 in Standish donated the use of their hall to local Girl Scouts who hosted an Easter Bunny Breakfast and Egg Hunt, featuring a visit from the Easter Bunny himself Saturday, April 20. Proceeds from the event will go toward funding a 2020 trip to London, Paris, and Barcelona for the Girl Scouts. more
Parents and kids of the community gathered for the Vietnam Veterans of American Chapter 390 Easter Egg Hunt, 11 a.m. Saturday, April 20, at the Deep River Township Hall. Following the hunt, prizes were distributed with some even winning a brand new bike. more
STERLING — In recognition of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month, Sterling Elementary decided to plant a garden of pinwheels, with one pinwheel representing each student and staff member in the building. more
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