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Au GRES — The two newest members of the Au Gres City Council, Robert Proulx and William Borushko, will be sworn in during the city’s organizational meeting May 19. more
STANDISH — The Standish Maximum Correctional Facility, which was closed by the state government in 2009 during widespread budget cuts, will be the setting for “Heartlock,” a drama about life inside prison for corrections officers and inmates. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The National Association of Letter Carriers’ 22nd annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is Saturday, May 10, and community members can join the cause. more
ARENAC TWP. — A warrant has been issued from the Arenac County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for the arrest of former Arenac Township Treasurer Bonnie Campbell, formerly known as Michelle Mackenzie, alleging she embezzled money from the township. more
BAY COUNTY — A $14.7 million reconstruction project on I-75 began May 1, and motorists can expect lane closures during the work, according to Anita Richardson, of the Michigan Department of Transportation’s Bay Region office. more
Police and firefighters work to clear the scene …
STANDISH — A 79-year-old Prescott man suffered non-life-threatening injuries when the Jeep Cherokee he was driving reportedly struck the A&W Restaurant sign in Standish May 6. more
Here are the election results for the May 6 Au Gres City Council election. more
Alison Hardy explains how her solar oven works to …
Standish Elementary held its fifth-grade science fair May 6 in the elementary gymnasium. more
Au GRES — City Clerk LaVonne Pritchard was appointed to serve as the interim Au Gres City Manager at a special city council meeting May 5. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Steady rainfall in recent weeks is taking its toll on area farmers, as sugar beet growers are behind schedule, and corn growers are in danger of falling behind as well. more
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