October 20, 2014
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Tractors are lined up for spectators.
The Sunrise Side Antique Tractor Club brought their annual Antique Tractor and Car Show to the Arenac County Fairgrounds, June 27-28. The show featured many different vendors such as the Arenac Bay … more
The roof of a mobile home in Standish Township …
ARENAC COUNTY — Cleanup was underway Nov. 18, as downed power lines, uprooted trees and large limbs were scattered across the county following high winds and thunderstorms Sunday, Nov. 17. more
STANDISH — Many businesses south of Elm Street on US-23 in Standish were without water for more than eight hours Monday, Feb. 17, as water valve leaks forced city workers to shut down water around 9 a.m. more
Students swing their partners around during while …
Preschool students in the Au Gres-Sims Great Start Readiness Program were honored during a graduation ceremony in the Au Gres-Sims gymnasium May 15. more
Randy and Edna Ostroski of Sterling take a closer …
The annual Rockin' Rides Car Show that has been held in Standish for more than 20 years moved to the Saganing Eagle's Landing Casino Aug. 9, and a large crowd followed. more
Brooke Badgerow, 4, tries to give The Amazing …
The Amazing Clark performed his magic and comedy routine at the Omer Library April 3. more
Kyle Boensch bumps the ball up.
The Summer Slam in Au Gres, an annual volleyball and horseshoe tournament fundraiser for the Ashley Irwin Memorial Scholarship, offered up a lot of fun under sunny skies Aug. 9. more
Au GRES — The city of Au Gres will be applying for a Stormwater, Asset Management, and Wastewater (SAW) Program grant from the Department of Environmental Quality, but City Manager Pat Killingbeck said submitting the grant application will require some work. more
Au GRES — The third annual Arenac County Celebration Fund quarter auction does not require participants to be auction-savvy or big spenders, according to event coordinator Sheree Wiltse. more
Paula Doak performs for children at a show in …
STERLING — A $1,250 mini grant received by the Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency Head Start in Sterling will be used to bring Paula Doak, known as the Merry Music Maker, to the area for a performance. more
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