September 18, 2014
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STANDISH — The Arenac Choraleers have scheduled their spring concert “Joy in the Morning!” for Sunday, May 6 at Standish-Sterling Central High School. more
Dittenber Family
The family of Daniel & Julia Dittenber recently celebrated the designation of their family's farm as a Michigan Centennial Farm. This certification was made by the Historical Society of Michigan, … more
ARENAC COUNTY — The new preliminary flood plain maps that the Federal Emergency Management Agency plans to implement for Arenac County are using Great Lakes water level data from 1988. more
Carter Rogers pours tea for Rose Bledsoe.
The Northeast Michigan Arts Council's annual Victorian Tea Parties were held Saturday, June 21, and both afternoon teas were sold out. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Arenac County Board of Commissioners have organized a 125th anniversary kickoff celebration at the Olde Courthouse and Masonic Lodge in Omer on April 11. more
ARENAC COUNTY — On Aug. 21 it was settled that Tawas attorney Christopher Martin would, in fact be one of three candidates for 23rd Circuit Court Judge. On Sept. 4, however, a Michigan Supreme Court decision reversed the Court of Appeals decision that temporarily implanted Martin on the ballot. more
ALLEN PARK — The Detroit Lions named Standish-Sterling Central Coach Paul Walderzak their choice for Week 6 “High School Coach of the Week Program Presented by Motorola.” The announcement … more
ARENAC COUNTY — The winds that exceeded 50 miles per hour this past Saturday, Dec. 27, caused approximately 62,000 Consumers Energy customers to lose electricity, including 3,000 in Arenac County, … more
ARENAC COUNTY — An $80,000 grant that would pay for a feasibility study on the practicality of wind energy in Arenac County is being sought out by county officials and the East Michigan Council of … more
AuGRES — The city of AuGres’ infrastructure will get a healthy overhaul due to a $750,000 grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. City Manager Pat Killingbeck said much of … more
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