August 19, 2019
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Au GRES — Several women who played vital roles in the Michigan State Capitol building will be discussed by capitol Historian and Curator Valerie Marvin at the Arenac County Historical Society … more
STANDISH — Kids will be able to enjoy creating fine arts projects July 22-26 when they participate in weeklong classes at the Northeast Art Center in Standish. ... more
Arenac County finished off its Fourth of July festivities with the county fireworks show at dusk Saturday, July 6, at the Department of Natural Resources boat launch in Au Gres. more
Teddy Petty and the Refugees performed a number of classic Tom Petty songs at the Sunrise Park in Au Gres Friday, July 5. The event raised funds for local non-profit organizations including the Arenac Fireworks, Au Gres Area Chamber of Commerce, Halloween in the Park event , Cub Scouts, St. Mark's Church and Au Gres-Sims Sophomore class. more
STANDISH — After receiving $145,000 from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe at its spring 2 percent distribution, the Arenac County Board of Commissioners is continuing to pursue the acquisition of the new fairgrounds property while fair board members desire more inclusion. more
The city of Au Gres kicked off the Fourth of July festivities with an Independence Eve Celebration featuring hot dogs, potato salad, beans and apple pie followed by a performance by the Kountry Klass Band at the Au Gres Riverfront Campground pavilion Wednesday, July 3. more
STANDISH — The Sunrise Side Antique Tractor Club will be hosting its annual classic tractor and engine show featuring a bike giveaway, petting zoo and more Saturday, June 29. Vice President Tom … more
Children and parents gathered at the Au Gres Community Library to watch Magician Cameron Zvara perform his tricks and gags. Zvara will also be performing and the Mary Johnston Memorial Library in Standish at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 27. more
Au GRES — The city of Au Gres will be the center of Fourth of July activity in Arenac County, with events to occur July 3, 5 and 6. ... more
Anglers far and wide flooded the Saginaw Bay Saturday, June 22, for the eighth annual Doc Harpham Memorial Walleye Shootout with around 120 boats competing for the grand prize of $8,000. In total, the tournament awards around $23,000 in prize money along with several raffle drawings. more
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