September 17, 2014
Local News
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Arenac County Corrections Officer Kari …
STANDISH — Richard Weishuhn, the longtime owner of the R.O. Savage Funeral Chapel in Standish, was sentenced to 12 months in jail and five years of probation for embezzling prepaid funeral funds in 23rd Circuit Court July 9. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Graduating seniors at Arenac Eastern, Au Gres-Sims and Standish-Sterling will receive their diplomas and flip their tassels this week during commencement exercises. more
Bryan Zabel, Lori Keisler and Brady McCoy rock …
The Summer Concert Series concluded Aug. 20 at the Au Gres City Park pavilion, as the band Flipside performed a variety of songs for the crowd that gathered. more
Standish Mayor Mark Winslow thanks the tribe for …
STANDISH TWP. — The Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe will dole out $627,888 during its spring 2 percent Class III gaming revenue-sharing distribution at the Saganing Tribal Center Friday, May 30. more
Chuck and Kathie Manning of Alger dance to the …
Country music echoed through Standish when Lenny Hicks and his band performed at the Standish Historical Depot July 9. more
Free backpacks will be available at the Saganing …
STANDISH TWP. — Children will need a backpack, pencils and paper soon as the 2014-15 school year approaches, and the Saganing Native American Center, formerly the Saganing Indian Community Church, will be distributing the bags and supplies this Saturday. more
Antique tractors will be put to work in a field …
LINCOLN TWP. — People often see the Sunrise Side Antique Tractor Club’s old-time tractors displayed at different events, but Aug. 23 the tractors will be put to work during the club’s annual Plow Day. more
Nola Robinson of Pinconning, 7, is surprised when …
Juggler and magician Jamen Spitzer performed at the Au Gres Community Library July 10, telling children in the audience how books helped him learn both of the crafts. more
Bernie Grappin explains his project titled …
Fifth-grade students at Sterling Elementary displayed science projects in the elementary's multipurpose room May 28. more
CLAYTON TWP. — Four Civil War veterans buried at the Clayton Township Cemetery will receive grave markers during an authentic Civil War-era ceremony May 31. more
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