November 20, 2017
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Volunteer Brianna Shewmaker walks with SSC …
Standish-Sterling Central Elementary hosted its Halloween parade at 1 p.m. Oct. 31. Students first through sixth grade walked through the school, playground, football field, the west end of the … more
DEEP RIVER TWP. — Law enforcement officers say they stopped a breaking and entering in progress Sunday, Oct. 29, apprehending a suspect who allegedly fought with police in an attempt to avoid arrest. more
Jayce Beem, 8, of Twining removes his werewolf …
There was another packed house for the Sterling Sportsmen’s Association’s annual Halloween party Saturday, Oct. 28. more
Self-proclaimed “Oldest pumpkin you’ll see” …
The WELL hosted its second Halloween 5K run-walk Oct. 28, with dozens of runners and walker participating in the event despite chill temperatures Saturday morning. more
Carter Dixon of Standish holds his bag open while …
ARENAC COUNTY — Families looking for safe Halloween activities have plenty of local options Oct. 31 and the days leading up to Halloween. more
STANDISH — A 24-year-old Mayville man is facing two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct with force or coercion after allegedly forcing himself upon a non-consenting woman roughly a year ago in Au Gres. more
The East Shore Wind Symphony, seen here …
STANDISH — Music originating from various countries will be performed by the East Shore Wind Symphony during the band’s fall concert in the Standish-Sterling Central High School auditorium Oct. 29. more
STANDISH — The second annual Run for the WELL of It Halloween 5K in Standish Oct. 28 will be followed by two hours of Halloween activities. more
Ty and Noah Marsh of Pinconning, 9 and 7, paint …
STERLING — People looking for free frightening fun this Halloween can turn to the annual Sterling Sportsmen’s Association’s Halloween party Oct. 28 at the Sportsmen’s clubhouse. more
Blake McBride, 4, of Sterling, carves a pumpkin …
The annual Halloween in the Park celebration at the Au Gres City Campground and Park Oct. 21 saw more than 100 campers set up shop for the trunk-or-treat and hundreds of area children and families come out for the games and activities. more
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