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STANDISH — A Twining man who allegedly hit another person with a four-wheeler on Jan. 18 has been charged with assault with intent to commit bodily harm less than murder. more
ARENAC COUNTY— In an effort to save money, the Arenac County Parks Board (ACPB) has proposals to cut spending. According to Ron Branda, ACPB Chairman, Oasis Lake Park will be open five days a week … more
STANDISH — A wacky tea party, a disappearing cat and talking caterpillar – drama fans will be witness to all of these on April 16-18 when Standish-Sterling Central Theatre presents “Alice in … more
STANDISH — The Standish-Sterling Community School Board has selected five candidates to interview for the district’s superintendent position. more
People interested in showing off their trivia skills while helping out Arenac County students will have an opportunity to do both Saturday, Feb. 25, during the second annual Arenac County Fund Trivia Contest. more
A Pinconning resident was killed early Sunday morning in a hit-and-run, according to the Bay County Sheriff’s Department. more
OMER — The Arenac County Heritage Route concert scheduled for Aug. 16 at the Omer Library Park has been canceled due to weather concerns. more
A group of people from Omer meet with Rep. Joel …
LANSING — The effort in the Michigan legislature to change the start date for sucker season moved forward Tuesday after the House Natural Resources Committee unanimously approved the bill, known formally as H.B. 5883, Omer Councilman Larry Daly reported Nov. 28 at a city council meeting. more
Steve Stodolak uses a snowblower to speed up the …
ARENAC COUNTY — Thursday, Feb. 7 brought a winter storm to Arenac County, along with an estimated eight inches of snow. Residents spent the day digging out or having some fun. more
Robin Burke, right, talks to some customers from …
July 5 marked the opening day for the weekly farmers market in Au Gres at the old Water Funland property on US-23. Vendors sold a mixture of crafts, jewelry, produce and other cooking goods on a sunny morning. The market runs through Sept. 27 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. each Friday, with additional vendors still welcome by the city. more
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