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Members of he VFW and Ladies Auxiliary march …
The Omer cemetery was one or four stops for Veterans of Foreign Wars members May 25, with more scheduled for May 26. more
Brett Maser lines up his shot as Ryan Caulfield, …
Sunny skies made for good golf weather at Knoll View Golf Course during the Wolverine Pride Golf Outing to support Au Gres-Sims athletics Saturday, May 24. more
Concrete is poured at the new swine barn at the …
STANDISH — A newer, larger barn that will be used primarily to house swine during the Arenac County Fair is under construction at the fairgrounds. more
A storage shed at Standish-Sterling Central High …
STANDISH — The financial effects of property damage to the Standish-Sterling school district caused by high winds last November will be known when the board of education opens bids on repairs during its June meeting, according to Superintendent Darren Kroczaleski. more
STANDISH — Standish City Council adopted an ordinance May 19 to make leaving waste on the curbside a civil infraction. more
STANDISH — Dr. Jeffrey Kimball, the Standish chiropractor who pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a public utility less than $500 on April 23, was sentenced to one year of probation for the charge and must pay $5,000 in restitution to the city of Standish by Dec. 1. more
Attorney Michael Manley addresses the court on …
STANDISH — Several victims of the embezzlement of prepaid funeral funds were in 23rd Circuit Court May 21 to hear Richard Weishuhn, the owner of the R.O. Savage Funeral Chapel in Standish, plead guilty. more
STANDISH — Former Arenac Township Treasurer Bonnie Campbell, who was charged with embezzlement, turned herself in for arraignment in 81st District Court May 20, but her attorney Scott Grabel maintains she is innocent. more
Cheryl Lynn Brewer
STANDISH — The Arenac County Sheriff’s Department has arrested a Sterling woman who allegedly passed two counterfeit $100 bills at area businesses in April and May, according to a press release. more
Au GRES — The next city manager in Au Gres may be a part-time employee, as city council members unanimously approved a motion May 19 to begin searching for a city manager who would work 30 hours a week, for approximately $25 per hour. more
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