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Local first responders stand on either side of …
Area first responders and servicemen and women were honored during a 9/11 remembrance ceremony at the Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church in Standish Friday. more
Singers who would like to join the Arenac …
STANDISH — Weekly rehearsals of the Arenac Choraleers are scheduled to begin Sept. 14, and people who love singing are invited to attend rehearsals and join the group. more
STANDISH TWP. — Arenac County Economic Development Director Brenda Bachelder is hoping units of government, businesses and organizations in the county participate in a free tourism workshop scheduled for Sept. 15 at the Saganing Tribal Center. more
Sheriff James Mosciski and Sterling Area Fire …
STANDISH — The Arenac County Veterans of Foreign Wars is hosting its annual Sept. 11 remembrance ceremony Friday at the Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church 9/11 Shrine, with the ceremony scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. more
PINCONNING — Upon the completion of a Michigan State Police investigation, Peggy Louise Thompson, 55, a former Camp Fish Tales employee, was arrested and charged with embezzlement from the camp. more
Frank Szostak of Standish was selected to …
ST. LOUIS — Frank Szostak and five other corrections officers, six Michigan state policeman and six members of the Fraternal Order of Police will run 750 miles to raise awareness and funding for the Special Olympics of Michigan starting Sept. 14. more
Au Gres-Sims Superintendent Jeff Collier helps …
They're back [Photo gallery]
Arenac County students returned to school Sept. 8 for the 2015-15 school year. more
Ed May tries to sink a putt while his teammates …
The Wertz Warriors held their annual golf outing to raise money for the Special Olympics of Michigan Sept. 5 at Knoll View Golf Course in Au Gres, and many people signed up to show their support. more
AGS' Caden Zeien is swarmed by Alcona's defense.
Scores for Friday, Sept. 4, 2015 more
The new owners of the former IGA have several …
Au GRES — A Sept. 8 public hearing will be conducted by Au Gres City Council to discuss potentially establishing a commercial rehabilitation district for the old IGA building, as its owners are seeking to reopen the grocery store. more
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