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People set up lawn chairs just outside the Au …
Au GRES — Hosting its first event in the Arenac County Heritage Route’s summer concert series, Au Gres brought out a crowd to listen to the rock band Flip Side at the city park. more
TWINING — The Arenac Eastern school board has started work to reduce its budget for the next school year to avoid a budget crunch, according to Interim Superintendent Darren Kroczaleski. more
The new West-end Dairy milk parlor form the …
ADAMS TOWNSHIP — Since the last time West-end Dairy, majority-owned by Dan Fisk, was reported on, the construction of its new milk parlor and adjoining structures has moved forward smoothly. … more
During a March 24 town hall meeting on teen drug …
STANDISH — A special town hall meeting at Standish-Sterling Central High School, held March 24, brought together a group of residents and parents concerned about the topic of teenage drug use more
People come out to enjoy the music of Lenny Hicks …
On Thursday, July 29, Lenny Hicks performed country music in front of a large crowd at the Standish Historical Depot’s Bandstand. more
LINWOOD — Three people suffered minor injuries as the result of a collision involving a Pinconning Area School Bus on the corner of M-13 and Linwood Road in Linwood. more
AuGRES — Members of St. Paul Lutheran Church in AuGres are learning to operate the newest church addition: an automated external defibrillator. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Bay-Arenac Community Foundation donated $2,500 in grant money to the Bay-Arenac Intermediate School District to help schools within the district develop anti-bullying … more
Playground equipment assembled by volunteers …
ARENAC COUNTY — Area organizations and school districts looking for some funding for specific programs or projects may be able to receive a grant from the Arenac Community Foundation (ACF), but need to apply for the funds by Oct. 1. more
Au GRES — Members of the Au Gres City Council could be meeting soon to suggest changes they would like to see in the city’s charter, although changes would ultimately be in the hands of a committee of residents and would require voter approval. more
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