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MILLS TOWNSHIP — Mills Township Fire Department is hosting a low-cost pet vaccination clinic Saturday, Feb. 20. “There are a lot of people that can’t afford to take care of their pets … more
Poster contest winner Ann Goodroe, Conservation …
The Arenac Conservation District held its 60th annual meeting Feb. 18 at the Deep River Township Hall in Sterling. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced Feb. 17 that a Marquette man has been formally charged with various crimes related to illegal waterfowl hunting and running an unlicensed charter boat operation. more
STANDISH — Sterling teenager Scotty Meihls was sentenced to 11 months in jail with 120 days credit and five years probation in 23rd Circuit Court Feb. 17. more
Conservation District Administrator Dawn Hergott …
STERLING — Poster contest winners and the Conservationist of the Year will be honored during the Arenac County Conservation District’s 60th annual meeting at the Deep River Township Hall Feb. 18. more
Several targets can be seen over the shoulder of …
Several targets resembling a variety of wildlife were set up in the Sterling Sportsmen’s Association clubhouse Fed. 13-14, and hunters or archers looking to improve their aim or simply break up the winter monotony made their way to the clubhouse for the event. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Millages for the sheriff’s road patrol, water system debt reduction in the city of Omer and two millage renewals in Moffatt Township will be on the March 8 presidential primary ballots. more
Guns believed to have been stolen were recovered …
Au GRES — Deputies from the Arenac County Sheriff’s Department executed search warrants in Arenac and Ogemaw counties Wednesday, recovering items that were reported stolen from Whitney Township residences from December through February. more
WEST BRANCH — The safest place to be Feb. 21, 2016, will be at Kolbey White’s fundraiser dinner in West Branch. Invited by Ogemaw County Sheriff Howie Hanft, the Michigan State Police … more
LANSING — An amendment to Michigan Senate Bill 571 that was intended to prohibit local governments and school districts from advocating for a “yes” or “no” vote with taxpayer dollars within 60 days of an election has been put on hold through a federal court injunction. more
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