September 16, 2014
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Pinconning Mayor Jennifer DeLorge, right, …
STANDISH TWP. — Representatives for Arenac County, local school districts, and local governments filled the Saganing Tribal Center Thursday, May 31, as the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe distributed its spring 2 percent gaming revenue grants. more
Dancers don full regalia during a past powwow.
STANDISH TWP. — Community members can see authentic Native American dances and dress and sample authentic dishes at the fifth annual Honoring Saganing Traditional Powwow June 14-15. more
Classic cars are on display at the Au Gres City …
Au GRES — Hot rods and customized cars will fill the streets of Au Gres this weekend, and are expected to draw a large crowd for the Au Gres Cruisers Car Club’s annual cruise and car show. more
ARENAC COUNTY –– A Saganing River cleanup day is being hosted by the Arenac Conservation District Sept. 6 and starts at 10 a.m. more
TWINING — Seven plays in one night sounds nearly impossible, but when they’re only about ten minutes long, it won’t be a problem for the Arenac Eastern (AE) Drama Club to pull off, or for the … more
AuGres — On Aug. 3 voters will decide whether or not to renew the AuGres-Sims-Whitney Fire and Rescue Authority millage. more
STANDISH — The City of Standish might soon be the new owners of the Arenac County Park, located on Airpark Drive next to the fairgrounds more
SSC's Justin Migut runs the ball while SSC's Seth …
Alumni from Whittemore-Prescott and Standish-Sterling hit the gridiron for the second year in a row on Saturday, Sept. 21 at SSC. SSC came out on top, winning 22-3. The game was held as a fundraiser … more
Roger Rushlow, right, is resigning from his …
STERLING — After close to 30 years of serving as the president and CEO of the Sterling Area Health Center, Roger Rushlow has decided it is time for somebody else to call the shots at the multi-county health provider. more
The Au Gres Funland property, which has been …
Au GRES — A proposal to purchase the former Au Gres Funland property for $10,000 was unanimously accepted by Au Gres City Council during a special meeting Dec. 17. more
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