September 17, 2014
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WHITNEY TOWNSHIP — As of Nov. 23, $250 million was made available by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, via the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, for grants and projects to clean up the … more
PINCONNING — In light of declining enrollment and budget concerns, the Pinconning Area School District may be laying off some staff members at the high school and middle school levels. … more
STANDISH — Rep. Bart Stupak (D – Menominee) is making his way to Standish on Nov. 30 for a town hall meeting with constituents. The meeting will be held at Standish-Sterling Central High … more
STANDISH —Pennsylvania Department of Corrections representatives toured Standish Max Friday to aid in the state’s decision of where it will house overflow inmates. Russ Marlan, Public … more
MICHIGAN — Rep. Bart Stupak (D – Menominee) announced two United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grants Friday, with one worth $461,212 … more
New AE Superintendent Bill Grusecki.
ARENAC COUNTY — The Arenac Eastern School District has tabbed current Tawas High School assistant principal/athletic director Bill Grusecki as its new superintendent. Grusecki, hired by the … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Alarms were going off from Sterling to Southern Lincoln Township between 1:20 a.m. and 2:20 a.m. Thursday morning, as multiple incidents of breaking and entering were reported and … more
ARENAC COUNTY — The chairperson of the Standish Kiwanis Club’s “Christmas for Kids” program says the club has already received plenty of requests from needy families for toys for their … more
Sims Township Supervisor Rodney Francis signs off …
STANDISH TOWNSHIP — The Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe allocated $710,353 and change during its 2-percent class-3 gaming revenue distribution on Thursday. Of the total sum distributed, … more
ARENAC COUNTY — One repercussion of the state’s decision to close the Standish Maximum Correctional Facility is a loss off community involvement the prison’s employees provided, but the Arenac … more
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