September 19, 2014
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The AuGres-Sims School District Board of Education is looking at some different methods of administration besides a single, permanent superintendent. more
Arenac Township resident Ed Vallad, left, gives …
STANDISH — The Standish Historical Depot hosted the annual Depot Days festival Oct. 6-7, with rides, musical performances, concessions, and a slew of historical documentation. more
This car was hit at the intersection of US-23 and …
STANDISH — A woman from Bay City was injured in a two-car accident Aug. 18 on US-23 at Grove Road. more
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STANDISH — A 26-year-old Standish man was charged with first-degree home invasion after allegedly stealing three guns from a Deep River Township residence and leading police on a chase on foot through the woods Sept. 26. more
The rain can't wash away two-year-old James …
The carnival rides might have been damp at Standish Elementary during the annual PTK Fun Day May 3, but children were determined to enjoy their time on the swings, merry-go-round and more. more
Koin Builders was selected as the contractor to …
STANDISH — An operating budget projected to drain the Standish-Sterling school district’s fund balance by nearly $600,000 was approved during the SSC school board’s June 16 meeting. more
ARENAC TOWNSHIP — Whether or not the end of Hale Road, which divides Arenac and AuGres Townships, is a public access to Saginaw Bay has been in dispute since 2006, and in Arenac County’s 23rd … more
Sept. 11, 2001 was a day that changed the United States forever. What do you remember about the day, and how you felt that day? Do you do anything to remember 9/11? Please share below in the … more
WHITNEY TOWNSHIP — Charity Island may be more than just a retreat or escape in the near future – the island could be home to hotbed of scientific studies for Saginaw Valley State University … more
STANDISH — Local residents will have the opportunity to hear a variety of Christmas music, courtesy of the Northeast Michigan Arts Council and the East Shore Wind Symphony. more
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