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STANDISH — In 1872, Standish became a town. Now, after 138 years have passed, local historian and Standish native Gene Gillette has authored “The Story of Standish: “The Way We Were” in History and Pictures.” more
STANDISH — For the 22nd year, senior citizens of Arenac County will have the chance to have fun and compete at the St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital Senior Olympics. more
Traffic is backed up on Southbound I-75 looking …
ARENAC COUNTY — Traffic was backed up for miles and miles in and around Arenac County and surrounding counties, as the Fourth of July travelers hit the road after the weekend. more
Traffic is backed up on Southbound I-75 at the …
ARENAC COUNTY — Traffic was backed up for miles and miles in and around Arenac and surrounding counties in Mid-Michigan, as the Fourth of July travelers hit the road after the weekend. more
The Arenac County Fireworks returned to the skies …
AUGRES - The Arenac County Fireworks returned to AuGres this Fourth of July to light up the sky. more
The Arenac County Fireworks returned to the skies …
ARENAC COUNTY — The area swarmed with activities on the 2010 Fourth of July weekend. The weather kept things hot with temperatures in the 80's and 90's, while over a hundred showed up for the fireworks Sunday night. more
AUGRES — Christmas is in December, but for some local area golfers the holiday may have moved up the calendar a few months as the AuGres Area Chamber of Commerce presents its Second Annual Christmas in July Golf Outing on July 10. more
A fire inside of the Cheese House store ceiling …
PINCONNING — A small fire inside of the Cheese House Restaurant ceiling in Pinconning was called in Friday afternoon. more
The Sweet Harmonies of Sweet Adeline's vocal …
STANDISH — The third night of the 2010 Summerfest featured the singing of Beaverton singer Amanda Kari, and the Sweet Harmonies of Sweet Adeline's on Thursday evening at the Gazebo at the Depot. Over 128 people attended the event. more
Archeologist PaleoJoe gets children to try to fly …
STANDISH — Archaeologist PaleoJoe stopped by the Mary Johnston Memorial Library on Tuesday afternoon to show children of all ages fossils, teeth and other prehistoric bones. Some of the highlights were a T-Rex tooth, a baby mammoth tooth, and a pre-historic deer vertebrae. more
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