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The Arenac County Fair is running from July 30 through Aug. 3 at the fairgrounds in Standish, with a variety of games, rides and competitions open to visitors. more
Standish’s Devin and Yvette Chisholm performed Christian folk music at the Standish Historical Depot July 25, as part of its summer concert series. more
Michael Brophy brought some cold-blooded friends with him to the Arenac County libraries for the final Iosco-Arenac District Library summer reading program on July 24 and 25, entitled “Reptiles Inc.” more
Members of the old Northeast Michigan Baseball League met in Omer July 21 at Ye Olde Courthouse for the annual NEM reunion. more
The Steve Dzrewicki Band played in the blistering heat at the Standish Historical Depot July 18, as part of the depot’s summer concert series. While the heat relegated much of the audience to shady spots under trees or in front of the depot, some still found ways to show their enjoyment without getting up to dance in the sun. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Speed painter Martina Hahn visited audiences in the Au Gres Community Library and in Standish as part of the Iosco-Arenac District Library’s summer reading program. She told the tale of “Where the Wild Things Are,” and painted a piece related to the story for the audience. more
Model A’s, Model T’s and their contemporary cars and trucks filled the parking lot at Richardson Ford in Standish July 13 for an antique car show. more
Standish-Sterling Middle School hosted Relay For Life of Arenac County July 13-14. People from all over the community came out to show support by walking the track and holding fundraisers at their … more
Audiences at libraries in Au Gres, Omer and Standish got to meet some bats from around the world July 10 and 11 when the Organization for Bat Conservation held its program, “Life Beneath the Surface.” more
St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital held its 25th annual Arenac County Senior Olympics & Health Fair the morning of July 11. While the games themselves had a late start, attendees had the chance to learn about area health organizations and hobbies like woodworking, basket weaving, quilting and gardening. Quilts and classic cars were on display, and seniors had the chance to play specially adapted versions of tennis, baseball, golf and horseshoes before lunch was served. more
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