August 19, 2019
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The Au Gres Bazaar in the Park returned Saturday, June 22, to raise funds for the upcoming Halloween in the Park event. Concessions and a bake sale were also available and raised funds for the Full Gospel Lighthouse youth and womens group. more
The Standish Historical Depot kicked off its Summer Concert Series Thursday, June 20, with a performance by the Rhett Yocom Blues Band. The Depot will continue to hold concerts every Thursday throughout the course of summer at 6:30 p.n.. more
STANDISH TWP. — Whites Beach residents have been advised not to swim at the beach after a water quality test conducted by the Central Michigan District Health Department Monday, June 10, indicated that the water’s E. coli level was well over the state’s standard level. more
Critters of all sorts were on display at the Omer Little Eagles Nest Library for the Iosco-Arenac District Library’s first presentation of its summer reading program Wednesday, June 19. The Wild Safari gang will also be at the Au Gres Community Library and the Standish Mary Johnston Memorial Library at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. respectively Thursday, June 20. more
Au GRES — Anglers far and wide will flood the Saginaw Bay Saturday, June 22, for the eighth annual Doc Harpham Memorial Walleye Shootout with an estimated 100 boats competing for the grand prize of $8,000. more
STANDISH — The Standish Historical Depot is kicking off its Summer Concert Series Thursday, June 20, and will continue to hold concerts every Thursday throughout the course of summer. The shows … more
Au GRES — The Au Gres Bazaar in the Park will be returning June 22 to raise funds for the upcoming Halloween in the Park. ... more
Au GRES — The city of Au Gres received a $75,000 grant May 31 to support the design and construction of a splash pad at the Harbor Park property. more
Members of the Au Gres community turned out to Ali's Up North to support the Arenac County Celebration Fund Committee's annual fundraising drive for the Fourth of July fireworks festivities. The … more
DEEP RIVER TWP. — The Arenac Conservation District has been offered emergency management funding from the Natural Resources Conservation Service to help clear up the Townline Road log jam on the Rifle River; however, the group is looking for volunteer labor to make up a 25 percent match required for the funding. more
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