September 20, 2014
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ARENAC COUNTY — The Arenac County Conservation District is holding its 55th annual meeting and like past meetings, this year’s on Feb. 19 will include an interactive presentation by Dawn Vezina, … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) test results were made available to school districts earlier this month and in Arenac County, the AuGres-Sims School District (AGS) … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Beginning in July, clients of the Arenac County Department of Human Services (DHS) will notice significant changes to the entire process of applying for aid. According to Kim … more
STANDISH — Al Fales, a Standish resident for more than 80 years, has completed his fifth book, which is part detective story, part romance. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Arenac County Clerk’s Office has tallied all of the numbers from the 2010 general election. more
STANDISH — While agreements have been reached with three of five unions representing Arenac County employees, discussions continue with the Teamsters and United Steelworkers, according to Arenac County Board of Commissioners Chairman Michael Snyder. more
Charlie Morton stands beside his totem pole.
STERLING — Charlie Morton, a Sterling resident and retired shop teacher from Standish-Sterling High School, recently constructed an 18-foot-tall totem pole, which now sits at the Sterling Sportsman Club. more
Volunteers Diane Szostak, Linda Seidel, Nellie …
STANDISH — The Pine River Golf Club hosted the annual St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Auxiliary Charity Golf Tournament June 8, teeing off to an overcast and slightly rainy morning that turned to sunshine as the day went on. more
LINCOLN TWP. — The ball fields under construction by the Standish-Sterling Youth Sports Organization (SSYSO) should be ready to go for a tournament in June, according to SSYSO organizer Gary Roper. more
Consumers Energy line workers make repairs near …
STERLING — A broken power pole alongside Wyatt Road in Sterling is believed to have caused people in that area to lose electricity Dec. 26. more
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