October 23, 2014
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Cars line downtown Standish during last year's …
STANDISH TWP. — The Rockin’ Rides car and motorcycle show held in downtown Standish for the last 26 years is moving this year, as the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe is taking over operations of the show, which will be held at the tribe’s powwow grounds Aug. 9. more
John Stanley, pictured here during his July 31 …
Au GRES — A little more than one week after interviewing two city manager finalists, Au Gres City Council members cast silent ballots for the two candidates Aug. 6, with John Stanley of Au Gres receiving the majority of the votes. more
Point Blank performs for the crowd.
Point Blank rounded out the summer concert series at the Standish Depot Aug. 6 by bringing the house down with some classic rock and roll for everyone to enjoy. Omer City Limits plays Aug. 13 at Omer … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Millage renewals for countywide senior citizen and ambulance services overwhelmingly passed Aug. 5, while a new county road millage was approved by fewer than 200 votes and a Headlee override for the county’s fixed millage was voted down. more
The former Knights of Columbus Hall in Standish …
STANDISH — The Knights of Columbus Hall that hosted wedding receptions, fundraiser banquets, fish fries and breakfasts for many years in Standish has officially changed hands. more
Click here for election results from the Aug. 5 primary. more
CLAYTON TWP. — The Arenac County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an alleged car theft that was reported Monday, Aug. 4. more
John Stanley introduces himself to community …
Au GRES — John Stanley and Dale Wiltse fielded questions regarding goals, infrastructure, skills, operations and more July 29, when the two were interviewed by Au Gres City Council members for the city’s vacant city manager position. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Local, state and Congress­ional candidate as well as county and local proposals will all be on the ballot during the Aug. 5 primary election. more
MICHIGAN — A statewide ballot proposal going before voters Aug. 5 will determine whether personal property tax reforms that went into effect this year will continue in the coming years. more
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