September 4, 2015
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Jerzy Peak, Kaden Mason and Tucker Rokosz compete …
Teddy bears received surgery, children learned bicycle safety and balloon animals were created for kids during the Caring Bear Picnic and Kyle Kandal Bicycle Safety Rodeo June 18. more
STANDISH — The pretrial for a North Carolina man charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Arenac and Ogemaw counties was adjourned in 23rd Circuit Court in Standish June 17, pending how the case proceeds in Ogemaw County. more
Melissa Cooper hands out popsicles and walks her …
PINCONNING — A weekend filled with cheese is returning to Pinconning for the 32nd year June 19 and 20 during the CheeseTown Challenge and Festival. more
Jason Wisniewski plays a shot out of the fairway …
STANDISH — Most golf outings have a shotgun start early in the morning, but the Sgt. Justin Wisniewski Memorial Golf Outing may be the lone golf outing that starts after the firing of a literal shotgun. more
Tribal members who served in the military perform …
STANDISH TWP. — The traditional language, clothing, music and dance of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe will be celebrated during the Honoring Saganing Powwow June 20-21. more
Au GRES — Proceeds from a walleye tournament being hosted by the Au Gres-Sims-Whitney Fire Department June 20 will help buy new equipment for the fire department. more
Danny Badour
STANDISH — Danny Badour of East Tawas received a sentence of 18 months to four years in prison in 23rd Circuit Court June 17 for assault with a dangerous weapon and possession of marijuana. more
WEST BRANCH — A Detroit man was allegedly driving more than 100 miles per hour on northbound I-75 June 16, and then led police on a chase that began in Arenac County and ended at the north end of Ogemaw County. more
Faith Bowerson takes her stuffed animals in for a …
STANDISH — Ailing stuffed animals in need of care can get checked out during the Caring Bear Picnic, and children can make sure their bicycles are in working order at St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital June 18. more
MICHIGAN — Issues with regional oil refineries are part of the reason gas prices have crept back up to nearly $3 a gallon in some places, and summer trends mean it could go higher, said Patrick DeHaan, a senior petroleum industry analyst for more
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