December 18, 2014
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Twin siblings Shane and Shianne Wadas, 3, of …
Santa made his first stop in Arenac County Friday, Nov. 28, getting a ride to the Standish Historical Depot from the Standish Area Fire Authority. more
RENO TWP. — The Michigan State Police is searching for information regarding an alleged hit and run accident that injured an Amish family Thanksgiving evening. more
STANDISH — Fines, jail time and the loss of hunting privileges for the remainder of the year and the next three years were handed down to two Kawkawlin men charged with poaching redhead ducks in Arenac County. more
A fire was reported at approximately 1 a.m. at …
WHITNEY TWP. — Residents of a house on the 1900 block of Tonkey Road in Whitney Township were uninjured in a fire Nov. 26. more
Landon Stein of Bentley poses for a photo with …
STANDISH — Santa Claus is making his return to Standish to hear the Christmas wishes of local children on Nov. 28. more
According to the Central Michigan District Health …
ARENAC COUNTY — Holiday dinners are often the times families come together for good times and fellowship, but improperly prepared food, leftovers remaining left out and being around several people in one area have potential to cause or spread illness. more
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — The National Weather Service in Gaylord has issued a winter weather advisory for much of Northern Michigan, including Arenac, Oscoda and Ogemaw counties, until 5 p.m. Tuesday. more
Standish City Council members Daniel Couveau, Vi …
STANDISH — Local units of government and school districts were granted nearly $740,000 from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe during the tribe’s second 2 percent grant distribution Nov. 20. more
Cheryl Lynn Brewer
STANDISH — Cheryl Lynn Brewer of Sterling was sentenced to six months in jail and five years of probation Nov. 19 on charges of attempted uttering and publishing and attempted manufacturing of methamphetamine. more
Tom Wynn, former deputy warden at Standish Max, …
Officials representing local school districts, organizations and municipalities, as well as elected state officials, toured the vacant Standish Maximum Correctional Facility Nov. 20. more
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