October 26, 2016
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Harold Brown
SKIDWAY LAKE — The Michigan State Police Monday released autopsy findings ruling the death of Harold Wayne Brown accidental. more
Matt Duby, 4, of Sterling, tries to get three in …
The annual Halloween party hosted by the Sterling Sportsmen’s Association Oct. 15 saw big turnout, as many children put on their costumes and enjoyed a night of games, crafts and snacks. more
Jade Wilson and Ben Keeley were announced as …
A parade and alumni flag football game were held to observe homecoming at Arenac Eastern Friday, Oct. 14. more
People pack onto a hay wagon during last year's …
STERLING — A large crowd is typical at the Sterling Sportsmen’s Association’s Halloween party, which is scheduled for Oct. 15, but a shortage of help could put one party attraction, the haunted hayride, at risk of cancellation. more
John Curcio
STANDISH — The day a jury trial was set to begin for John Curcio, who was facing 18 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, and one count each of kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment, a plea deal was reached. more
DEEP RIVER TWP. — Two people were discovered deceased inside a Summit Drive residence in Deep River Township Oct. 9 and police are investigating what they believe to be a murder-suicide. more
Holly Hartwick’s mohawked side-by-side is …
Motors and Mud races were held at the Arenac County Fairgrounds Oct. 8-9. more
Police have recovered the body of Harold Brown, …
SKIDWAY LAKE — The Michigan State Police Marine Services Team found the body of Harold Wayne Brown Sunday morning in an area of the Rifle River, according to the MSP. more
Homecoming queen Michaela Lauria, center, poses …
Standish-Sterling senior Michaela Lauria was announced as the 2016 homecoming queen during halftime of the Panthers' football game Oct. 7. more
John Curcio
STANDISH — Approximately 18 months after John Thomas Curcio II was arrested and charged with multiple counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges, the case’s end appears to be in sight, as a jury trial is scheduled to begin Tuesday, Oct. 11. more
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