September 2, 2014
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ARENAC COUNTY — Dr. Robert Graham typically sees a case of pertussis once every two or three months. In recent weeks, he said there have been at least five confirmed cases in Arenac County alone. more
STANDISH — The attorney for Bonnie Campbell, the former Arenac Township Treasurer who was charged with embezzlement, said his client will be turning herself in for arraignment May 20, but maintains she is innocent. more
Vic and Carl Daniels are hosting a farm safety …
CLAYTON TWP. — Area farmers and first responders are being invited to a safety seminar at the Vic and Carl Daniels Farm in Sterling April 10. more
Fireworks light up the sky during last year's …
ARENAC COUNTY — The official Arenac County fireworks show is scheduled to light up the sky in Au Gres July 5 at dusk, but there are several other events planned for the same day before the fireworks begin. more
Au GRES — The next city manager in Au Gres may be a part-time employee, as city council members unanimously approved a motion May 19 to begin searching for a city manager who would work 30 hours a week, for approximately $25 per hour. more
Cheryl Lynn Brewer
STANDISH — The Arenac County Sheriff’s Department has arrested a Sterling woman who allegedly passed two counterfeit $100 bills at area businesses in April and May, according to a press release. more
Hailie, Maja and Abbie Anderson smile for a quick …
Flipside rocks the Depot [Photo gallery]
Despite the weather, people flocked to the Standish Depot to hear Flipside play July 2, 2014. The band Northeast Michigan-based band played rock music for the crowd, who enjoyed the music from … more
Omer City Limits performs "Simple Man" during the …
It only seemed natural that when the Summer Concert Series moved to Omer Aug. 13, that Omer City Limits would be the band booked for the show. more
Chirps the great horned owl poses for a photo.
The weekly Fizz, Boom, Read program kicked off in Arenac County July 2 at the Omer Little Eagle's Nest Library when Joe Rogers and Joanne Williams of the Wildlife Recovery Association visiting, bringing several animals, mostly birds with them. more
ARENAC TWP. — Snow left covering the ground in a wooded area likely prevented a grass fire that burned close to four acres from becoming a forest fire April 6, according to Omer-Arenac Fire Department Chief Brian Leja. more
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