September 23, 2014
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STANDISH — Officials from the United States Bureau of Prisons will take a second tour of the Standish Maximum Security Prison the week of Aug. 16 and meet with local officials to discuss the possibility of converting the prison to a federal facility. more
Arthur Vaughn looks over a class photograph with …
STANDISH — From the late 1800s until the 1960s, the Saganing School in Standish was where many local children got their education. On Saturday, former students got a chance to bring the Saganing School to life again with a school reunion. more
STANDISH — Five parcels of land in Arenac County will become acquired “in trust” for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe next month, barring a public appeal. more
AUGRES — Jennie Johnson has had a respect for the United States Armed Services her whole life. Both of her parents served in the Navy, and her grandfather is a Vietnam veteran. more
STANDISH — The Sterling Sportsmen’s Association is hosting its annual amateur Walleye Bonanza tournament Saturday, Aug. 7, at Eagle Bay Marina. more
People come out to enjoy the music of Lenny Hicks …
On Thursday, July 29, Lenny Hicks performed country music in front of a large crowd at the Standish Historical Depot’s Bandstand. more
Children watch as Dufford sings rock and roll …
On Thursday, July 29, the Mary Johnston Memorial Library hosted Jim Dufford and a Rock and Roll Beach party. Dufford taught local kids about the history of surfing and bathing suits, and also how to have fun dancing. more
STANDISH — On Aug. 9 from 10 a.m. until noon the Standish Free Methodist Church will be handing out free boxes of food for low-income residents of Arenac County. more
AuGres — Two people were seriously injured Saturday during the AuGres Car Cruise when a participant allegedly lost control of his vehicle. more
From left, Yvonne King, Stephanie Jammer and …
STANDISH — Residents of Arenac County should feel a little safer these days. Arenac County Central Dispatchers Patricia Tremble, Stephanie Jammer, and Yvonne King have been honored for their work during the severe thunderstorm that hit the area on July 16. more
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