September 23, 2014
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A group of children hunt for coins in a pile of …
After getting underway with a car cruise through Au Gres July 26, Rock-n-Roll Weekend continued Sunday, July 27 with a car show at the Au Gres City Park. more
Au Gres City Council members received their …
Au GRES — The Au Gres City Council’s audit report presented by Jamie Rivette of Yeo & Yeo Sept. 2 showed that the city’s revenues increased by about $30,000 last year, and expenses were also up, increased roughly $34,957. more
Conner Corte gets air on the bungee cords during …
STANDISH — The Arenac County Fair returns July 29 and is rolling out new events in the arena and on the fairgrounds. more
Emergency responders survey the scene of a diesel …
LINCOLN TWP. — Diesel fuel was reported to be leaking from a semi truck’s fuel tank on northbound I-75 around 1:40 p.m. on April 30, prompting a response from several local and state agencies. No injuries were reported in the incident. more
Trudy Dittenber reads a biography about her …
The stories of 16 Civil War veterans buried at the Clayton Township Cemetery were told during a cemetery walk Sept. 7. more
Boy Scouts Andrew and Alex Walker lower flags …
In observance of Flag Day June 14, the Standish American Legion hosted a flag disposal ceremony for the community. more
Emergency responders line up along the walkway at …
STANDISH — Emergency responders and victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks will be honored during an annual ceremony in Standish. more
Au GRES — Citing city council attempts to fire her, longtime Au Gres City Manager Pat Killingbeck has retired from her position, with April 30 being her last day as city manager. more
Derek Leonard brings an angry bird up to Sammie …
STANDISH — The annual Caring Bear Picnic and Kyle Kandal Bicycle Safety Rodeo are scheduled to be held rain or shine at St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital’s Page Memorial Park June 19. more
Senior Matt Crawford talks with Diane Morley of …
Standish-Sterling Central High School students spent two hours meeting with prospective employers, college officials and military recruiters during a career day held in the high school gymnasium May 1. more
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