September 20, 2014
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MICHIGAN — Reports stating that Michigan State University leaders are creating a plan for dismantling the school’s Extension services across the state are incorrect, according to Michigan State … more
ARENAC COUNTY — At the Arenac County Board of Commissioners Nov. 17 Board Meeting, the commissioners voted 5-0 to offer buyout packages to employees. To be eligible for the buyout, an … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Although out-of-towners crowded the county this Independence Day weekend, Arenac County Undersheriff Don McIntyre says that while there was an increase in traffic stops, the weekend … more
Ky, a K-9 on the Michigan State Police, sniffs …
STANDISH TOWNSHIP — The cause of a fire in the 2100 block of Palmer Road early Friday morning is under investigation by the Michigan State Police (MSP) Fire Marshall Division. Sgt. Mike … more
The Enbridge pipeline after being fitted with a …
Updated 2/20 9:35 a.m. An underground Enbridge oil pipeline was shut down Wednesday, Feb. 15 after it was discovered to be leaking oil into the ground in Adams Township near Ward Road. more
STANDISH TOWNSHIP — Saginaw-Chippewa Indian Tribe Public Relations Director Frank Cloutier said the Tribe will disperse $622,000 May 28 during its next installment of two percent class-3 gaming … more
Dale Daniels recently retired as head custodian …
STERLING — After 28 years with the Standish-Sterling schools, 24 of which were with Sterling Elementary, Dale Daniels retired as the head custodian for the elementary school on Jan. 8. more
This model shows what the playground may look …
DEEP RIVER TWP. — Children from Deep River Township and all across Arenac County may have to opportunity to enjoy new, state-of-the-art, playground equipment in the near future. more
After decades of disuse as a rail station, the Standish Historical Depot will be part of a line running high-speed rail service along the eastern coast of the state. more
STANDISH — The Standish Area Fire Authority Board recently met with the consulting engineer and architect for the new fire hall, to discuss preliminary costs and to look over some early drawings of what the new fire hall may look like. more
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