September 19, 2014
Local News
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WHITTEMORE — Former Whittemore-Prescott and Standish-Sterling football players will put on the pads at the W-P football stadium Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. to raise money for both schools’ football programs. more
PINCONNING TWP. — The Pinconning Township is still weighing its options and gathering information before making a decision on whether to begin getting its municipal water from Standish or to continue getting it from Bay County, which is looking at forming a water authority with Saginaw and Midland counties. more
STANDISH — If Standish-Sterling can slow down Ovid-Elsie's Chris Robinson, they'll likely be spending part of their Thanksgiving weekend at Ford Field. Of course, no one has stopped the … more
TAWAS — In 2005, the Iosco-Arenac District Library (IADL) saw over a $20,000 drop in funding from penal fines in Arenac County, which had been collecting $155,000 on average during the past three … more
STANDISH — Standish City Police Chief Garrett Salter, hired as the city’s chief in April 2007, is relocating his services to the Gladwin County Sheriff’s Department. Salter says he is … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Local residents who no longer need their prescription drugs need not flush them down the toilet, thanks to a recently implemented program at three pharmacies in the county. Rick … more
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Standish — Some students at Standish-Sterling Central High School are just concentrated on getting through their complicated high school career. But a few, like some of Jim Proctor’s students, get to weld together their college and high school education. more
STANDISH — The Arenac County Central Dispatch is looking for voters to renew its millage at its current level of 0.8 mills in the upcoming primary election Aug. 3. more
STANDISH — The Standish-Sterling Community School District is facing a net loss of income for the upcoming school year despite Gov. Rick Snyder’s proposed increase to education spending, said … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Resurfacing work planned for Pine River Road and Turner Road east of M-65 this summer has been pushed back to next spring, according to Arenac County Road Commission Superintendent Blair Dyer. more
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