September 16, 2014
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STANDISH — The 26-year-old Standish resident alleged to have broken into a Deep River Township home and stolen three guns pleaded guilty to the charge Oct. 29 in the middle of a jury trial regarding a felonious assault charge against him. more
Clayton Township Supervisor Raymond Daniels reads …
MELITA – The Huron Shores Genealogical Society will host a Civil War cemetery walk at the Clayton Township Cemetery Sept. 7 at 2 p.m. more
STANDISH TOWNSHIP — Sally Scheall, 45, of Standish, plead guilty to willfully aiding and assisting in the preparation of false and fraudulent tax returns, according to Acting United States Attorney Terrence Berg in a press release issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on Oct. 16. more
Left to right, Grondin, Malcolm, Feeman and Moore …
STANDISH — Part of a research project in Amy Malcolm’s third grade class requires each student to write a letter to a mayor of a city in Michigan to learn more about other areas of the state. … more
After a few weeks of introductory planning and gauging interest, the Arenac County Media Initiative Committee (ACMI) will hold its inaugural meeting on April 14 to thoroughly elaborate on its purpose … more
A spaghetti dinner will be held in Standish to help raise money for Foundation for Children in Need, to help needy children in five orphanages, one which was recently destroyed in the Haiti … more
STANDISH — As part of a statewide campaign through the Michigan Health and Hospital Association (MHA), St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital recently eliminated trans fats from its food services and made the MHA’s Elimination of Trans Fats Honor Roll for its successful participation in the program. more
STANDISH — Students from Standish-Sterling Central High School will hit the stage April 22-24 to perform “Ten Little Indians,” a play by Agatha Christie based on her original novel “And Then There Were None.” more
OMER — The Omer City Council approved submitting four grant proposals to be considered for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe’s 2-percent gaming revenue grants at the council’s meeting Sept. 25. more
ARENAC COUNTY — The Arenac County Board of Commissioners has already encouraged departments operating in the Arenac County Courthouse to share equipment with one another, but now the commissioners … more
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