January 29, 2015
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The sheriff's office has reported multiple …
ARENAC COUNTY — Anyone using a computer that freezes up due to a popup ad telling the user there is a virus that can be cleared for a price should not pay the fee, according to the Arenac County Sheriff’s Office. more
People gather around the tree and sing "O …
The Au Gres city Christmas tree was lit up Dec. 6. more
Shannon and Mariah Baker, 9 and 6, of Alger, make …
Children and their families made their way to the Forest Lake Clubhouse Dec. 6 for the annual Alger Parks and Rec Christmas party. more
Tuesday night the Au Gres City Council approved a …
Au GRES — Trash pickup services in the city of Au Gres will continue to be provided by Waste Management, after city council selected the company’s trash pickup bid Dec. 2. more
Jim Hergott gives a nod to the auctioneer to …
The annual Arenac Community Funds auction was held at Ali's UpNorth in Au Gres Dec. 4. more
A snowshoe hare in mid morph from brown fur to …
MICHIGAN — Climate change could be one reason for the decline of snowshoe hares in Michigan, according to a nearly three-year research study by Michigan State University that was funded by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. more
Santa greets a visitor at last year's Christmas …
FOREST LAKE — Children will have a chance to meet Santa Claus during Alger Parks and Rec’s third annual Christmas party at the Forest Lake clubhouse Dec. 6. more
STERLING — Pet owners looking to get their furry friend fixed will be able to do so at a discounted price when Sterling Wesleyan Church hosts Spay Neuter Express Dec. 6. more
Megan Robinson attempts to mount her donkey at …
STANDISH –– The Standish-Sterling FFA chapter will be hosting its annual donkey basketball game Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Standish-Sterling Middle School gym. FFA Adviser Ryan Stokoszynski … more
Traffic fatalities over the Thanksgiving holiday …
MICHIGAN — The Thanksgiving holiday is the second deadliest in Michigan for those getting behind the wheel, according to the Michigan State Police. But in 2014, traffic fatalities were reduced by 75 percent compared to last year. more
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