October 31, 2014
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Norman's in Standish is selling all of its …
STANDISH — A long time downtown Standish business will close its doors for good in the near future, as Norman’s in Standish is closing due to the retirement of the business’ owner, Stan Norman. more
STANDISH — Dr. Jeffrey Kimball, a Standish chiropractor charged with public utility fraud more than $500, waived his Jan. 8 arraignment in 23rd Circuit Court. more
Basil Brown
STANDISH — Basil Brown, 32, of Sterling, was sentenced to prison for two counts of criminal sexual conduct Nov. 27 in 23rd Circuit Court. more
The Living Stones perform under the bandstand at …
STANDISH — Christian rock band the Living Stones played at the Standish Historical Depot July 19 as part of the summer concert series. Despite the rainy weather, fans came out with jackets and umbrella, or stayed in their cars for what the band dubbed a “drive-in concert.” more
James Hobbs
STANDISH — A 29-year-old Gagetown man, James Wesley Hobbs, is alleged to have participated in sexual acts with a female between 13 and 16 years old while living in the same household. more
The runners take off from the starting line.
It was a wet and rainy morning during the Depot Days 5K for Juvenile Diabetes Research Oct. 5, but that did not deter the large group of runners and walkers who packed downtown Standish for the race. more
The orange, purple and blue areas on the …
ARENAC COUNTY — High winds, rain and thunderstorms Nov. 17 left many Arenac County homes in the dark, and about 1,057 Consumers Energy customers lost power, according to a Consumers Energy press release circulated at 4 a.m. Nov. 19. 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
Standish-Sterling's Clay Walderzak carries a …
Standish-Sterling's run in the football playoffs came to an end Saturday, Nov. 16, as the Panthers were defeated 49-27 by Menominee. more
School closings for Friday, Jan. 24. more
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