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AuGRES — The congregation of Riverside Mennonite Church will be celebrating its centennial anniversary Friday, July 1 through Sunday, July 3. more
AuGRES — The AuGres-Sims Knowledge Bowl team won the second district championship in Alpena, paving the way for the team to play the first district team in the Northeast Michigan finals. more
Marcus, 9, and Kaylee Bell, 6, of Sterling work …
STANDISH — Kids from all over the area came to celebrate Kids Day in Standish Dec. 8, making crafts and local businesses after eating breakfast with Santa Claus at St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital. more
William Nelson of Kawkawlin, Eldon Chalupa of …
Model A’s, Model T’s and their contemporary cars and trucks filled the parking lot at Richardson Ford in Standish July 13 for an antique car show. more
Here are the election results for Tuesday, Nov. 5. more
This map shows the counties in Northern Michigan …
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — The National Weather Service in Gaylord has issued a wind chill advisory for Friday morning from 1-10 a.m. more
STANDISH — Arenac County’s grant-funded projects — the Blue Water Trail and Point Au Gres Park improvements — could cost the county money despite the county commission’s plans to cover its local match with donations, according to County Treasurer Dennis Stawowy. more
ARENAC COUNTY — Time is running out for former Standish City Manager Tori Kelly to accept a plea deal laid out by prosecution. On Sept. 23, at a pretrial hearing with 23rd Circuit Court Judge … more
The Sterling Sportsman's Association headquarters …
DEEP RIVER TOWNSHIP — Some community events, scholarships and classes offered by the Sterling Sportsman’s Association (SSA) may be in peril now that the organization is no longer privy to a … more
The swollen Rifle River flows past were the Rifle …
High waters [Photo gallery]
Sterling — Waters on the Rifle River rose steadily over the weekend. On Sunday evening the national weather service said that the Rifle River had reached it's flood stage level at six feet, and that it was expected to rise to six point two feet. Rifle River Campground Manager Laurie Laurie Richardson said that the river was moving so fast that they lost their dock to the current. "I’ve been here 45-years and we’ve never lost a dock," she said until the campgrounds dock floated away late Sunday night. "It rose a good six feet. I've never seen it rise so fast.” Check back for a complete story. more
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