December 1, 2015
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Cancer survivor Chris Rose of Standish and helps …
Arenac County Relay For Life members were serving ice cream sundaes to cancer survivors and community members at the Standish Historical Depot June 22. more
Firefighters place a boom at the mouth of the …
WHITNEY TWP. — Firefighters and U.S. Coast Guard personnel responded to a heating oil spill in the Whitney Drain May 24. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Rifle River Restoration Committee and Arenac County Conservation District are seeking people to pitch in and paddle a stretch of the Rifle River Sept. 19, and to pick up some trash along the way. more
The Rally walkers and their dogs set out around a …
Dogs and their owners took to the lawn at the Standish Historical Depot Aug. 24 for the “Bark For Life” program held by Arenac County Relay For Life. more
Joey Gardyszewski flexes for the crowd.
Standish-Sterling crowned Joey Gardyszewski as their 2015 Coming Home King during halftime of the SSC varsity game against Grayling. Other members of the court included Breeze Collins and Ronald … more
Au GRES — Two incumbents and two new candidates have filed for Au Gres City Council seats that will be up for grabs during the May 5 city election. more
Veterans lead the way in the parade.
Those who made the ultimate sacrifice in honor of their country were recognized during cemetery visits and a parade in Standish May 24. more
Ashley Gortecki and Linsey Svanberg look at …
People looking to take care of some early holiday shopping, or to find interesting items not normally found in stores gathered at Arenac Eastern Oct. 17 for the Fall Bazaar. more
Cora Johns of Trenton, 5, came prepared with a …
Santa Claus made his first stop in Arenac County at the Standish Historical Depot Nov. 27, and several area families were at the depot to greet him. more
Martina Hahn shows off her finished “Where the …
ARENAC COUNTY — Speed painter Martina Hahn visited audiences in the Au Gres Community Library and in Standish as part of the Iosco-Arenac District Library’s summer reading program. She told the tale of “Where the Wild Things Are,” and painted a piece related to the story for the audience. more
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