February 23, 2019
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WHITTEMORE — Kevin Schutte, a 25-year-old band director at the Whittemore-Prescott school district and former student of Au Gres-Sims, allegedly emailed dozens of staff members in the W-P school district admitting to a history of sexual misconduct before taking his own life Jan. 6. ... more
Comedian, entertainer and magician Joel Tacey entertained an intimate crowd at the Northeast Michigan Arts Center Jan. 5 as the organization kicks off its entertainment series. more
STANDISH — Two people were hospitalized with injuries after a single-vehicle accident on North Main Street near M-76 in Standish Jan. 3. more
Au GRES — The city of Au Gres has received a $30,000 grant from the Saginaw Bay Watershed Initiative Network to go toward the establishment of an accessible kayak launch at the Harbor Park property. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Residents of Arenac County will be able to contact 911 via text message as early as March as Arenac County Central Dispatch continues the process of hooking up with the Peninsula Fiber Network. more
STANDISH — The Arenac County Animal Control received $20,000 at this fall’s Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe 2 percent distribution but is still looking for additional funding to go toward its expansion project. more
STANDISH — Shopko in Standish began the process of liquidation Friday, Dec. 21, and is expected to close its doors for good March 16. more
ALGER — A 70-year-old man from Hale was transported to MidMichigan Medical Center - West Branch with non-life-threatening injuries after a vehicle accident Dec. 24. The man was traveling … more
STANDISH — The Standish-Sterling Central school district will begin the process of replacing its running track this upcoming spring after receiving funds for the project from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe’s 2 percent distribution. more
STANDISH — The Arenac County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Michigan State Police and Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Police, participated in the Shop with a Cop program once again, taking kids out for a $100 shopping spree, where they picked out different items to purchase for Christmas. more
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